Grant Nicholas' Feeder play radio-friendly, melodic hard-rock
on Polythene (Elektra, 1997), to the point of being compared to the
worst of Smashing Pumpkins
(Tangerine, Stereo World).
High, an anthem to getting stoned in company, was a hit single in 1998.
Day In Day Out
The band showed its real face on
Yesterday Went Too Soon (Elektra, 1999), a collection
targeting the fans of Blur and
The orchestral Yesterday Went Too Soon and the acoustic Radioman
venture even further, into easy listening and folkish muzak.
On the other hand,
Dry is an appendix to their previous life as plagiarizers of
This album is a lose/lose proposition.
After Echo Park (2001), with Buck Rogers, almost turned them into
pop stars, the drummer committed suicide and was replaced by
drummer Mark Richardson.
They continued to concoct radio-friendly guitar pop on
Comfort in Sound (2003),
Pushing the Senses (2005),
Silent Cry (2008),
Renegades (2010) and
Generation Freakshow (2012).
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