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By Artist. By Album. Except for the first cut, "Standing on the Edge," which exceptionally combines sampled guitar riffs in the style of early Death in Vegas and elements of metallic rock, Echo Park is full of this musical disparity: from "We Can't Rewind," "Turn," "Oxygen," "Tell All Your Friends," and "Just a Day" to the extremely well-known hit "Buck Rogers," you see this bipolarity between the North American and the British.
If you buy 'Echo Park' just looking out for the upbeat anthemic choruses and the lyrics which don't mean a thing then you are missing out because Feeder are so much more that that. Listen to the album properly and think about what you have heard and you will understand that Feeder are really all about just writing good songs, the ones you have heard on the radio may be the more catchy but if you look a little closer, sifting out the wheat from the chaff then on 'Echo Park' you will get a whole lot more than thoughtless pop rock.
Feeder are a band that, contrary to popular belief, have always meant to have been taken seriously. Tweet Recent reviews by this author. The Ocean Heliocentric. Dark Tranquillity We Are the Void. Biffy Clyro Only Revolutions.Released: Echo Park is the third studio album by the Welsh rock band Feeder. It was their first album since 's Yesterday Went Too Soon. The album was recorded at Great Linford Manor in Milton Keynes during most of , and was produced by Gil Norton. Following a return to live performances of their own, after performing for most of the year at various festivals and the release of .