Feeder

Biography: Feeder

Grant Nicholas - Guitar and Vocals Taka Hirose - Bass and Vocals Mark Richardson - Drums Two Colours Released 1995 This album was Feeders first official release. At this time, the band were only signed to an independant record label called The Echo Label. The album was never a big hit, it barely even reached shops around the country due to the band and record label working on a very low budget. Two Colours is no doubt the rarest of all the Feeder albums. The album featured early demo versions of the hit tracks 'Chicken on a Bone' and 'Pictures of the Pain' Swim Released 1996 This six track album was the breaking point for Feeder. The album is still a classic Feeder release and is still to this day as popular as it was when it got its first release in June 1996. It was re-released a few months on Roadrunner Records with a few extra tracks and an enhanced function. Polythene Released 1997 The release of Feeders third album saw the band reach
Feeder

Grant Nicholas - Guitar and Vocals
Taka Hirose - Bass and Vocals
Mark Richardson - Drums

Two Colours
Released 1995

This album was Feeders first official release. At this time, the band were only signed to an independant record label called The Echo Label. The album was never a big hit, it barely even reached shops around the country due to the band and record label working on a very low budget.
Two Colours is no doubt the rarest of all the Feeder albums. The album featured early demo versions of the hit tracks 'Chicken on a Bone' and 'Pictures of the Pain'

Swim
Released 1996

This six track album was the breaking point for Feeder. The album is still a classic Feeder release and is still to this day as popular as it was when it got its first release in June 1996. It was re-released a few months on Roadrunner Records with a few extra tracks and an enhanced function.

Polythene
Released 1997

The release of Feeders third album saw the band reach heights they could have never dreamed of before . It hit the shelves of music stores all across the UK in October of 1997, featuring tracks such as 'High', 'Change' and 'Stereo World' that are still famous Feeder tracks to this day. Polythene was without a doubt the backbone of Feeder's career.

Yesterday Went Too Soon
Released 1999

Critically praised from all corners of the world, their fourth album showed the earth that Feeder are more than just 3 Welsh lads with nothing better to do. Written during the process of a US tour, the album featured some of the best Feeder songs everv written to date. 'Day in Day Out, 'Waiting For Changes' and espescially the hit single 'Insomnia'.

Echo Park
Released 2001

Ask any Feeder fan what they think is the best album and you will surely gat the answer 'Echo Park'. The album mixed everything from the quirky 'Standing on the Edge' to the poppy 'Buck Rogers' to the riff heavy 'Bug'. The album had major success all around the world and is still known to be one of the most definitive rock albums ever to be released!

Comfort in Sound
Released 2002

Everything seemed top be going great for Feeder. Their singles were getting continous airplay all around the world. Their album 'Echo Park' was without a doubt one of best albums of 2001. But one night around the summer 2002, their drummer and great friend John Lee passed away.
But Feeder descided to carry on without him. By doing so, they created one of the most emotional and heartfelt albums ever to be released, 'Comfort in Sound'. The album proved to the world that Feeder are still alive, kicking and as great as ever before. Such songs as 'Come Back Around' and 'Forget About Tommorrow' will always send send shivers down your spine on each and every listen to the songs. There is still no stopping Feeder. They are on their way to making British Rock history and nothing is going to stop them.
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Feeder's Scores

  • Music
Average career score: 56
Highest Metascore: 60 Generation Freakshow
Lowest Metascore: 52 Pushing The Senses
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
3 music reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
60 Generation Freakshow Apr 23, 2012 Primary Artist 8.8
56 Silent Cry Jun 16, 2008 Primary Artist 8.3
52 Pushing The Senses Jan 31, 2005 Primary Artist 7.7