Pushing The Senses

Album Review of Pushing The Senses by Feeder.

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Pushing The Senses

Feeder

Pushing The Senses by Feeder

Release Date: Jan 31, 2005
Record label: Echo
Genre(s): Rock, Alternative

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Pushing The Senses - Poor, Based on 1 Critics

The Guardian - 40
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Feeder's last album - 2002's Comfort in Sound - carried a heavyweight emotional punch thanks to the suicide of drummer Jon Lee. Curiously, three years on, Pushing the Senses covers much the same lyrical ground. Bitter Glass finds singer/guitarist Grant Nicholas pondering "solitary blossom, reminders of a friend", while the quietly turbulent Tumble and Fall confesses: "Life's not the same, since you went away." It's difficult not to be moved by Frequency, a poem to Lee which pictures the departed sticksman "lying awake on top of silver clouds".

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