British alternative rock band founded in Newport, Wales in 1992 as "Real".
2-62085-P Feeder - Polythene album art Feeder Polythene (Album) Echo 2-62085-P US 1997 Sell This Version
echmc 28 Feeder - Yesterday Went Too Soon album art Feeder Yesterday Went Too Soon (Album) Echo echmc 28 Thailand 1999 Sell This Version
PCCY-01498 Feeder - Echo Park album art Feeder Echo Park (Album) Echo PCCY-01498 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
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BTMCDX004 Feeder - Renegades album art Feeder Renegades (Album) Big Teeth Music Limited BTMCDX004 UK 2010 Sell This Version
BTMLP009 Feeder - Generation Freakshow album art Feeder Generation Freakshow (Album) Big Teeth Music Limited BTMLP009 UK 2012 Sell This Version
COOKLP651X Feeder - All Bright Electric album art Feeder All Bright Electric (Album) Big Teeth Music Limited COOKLP651X UK & Europe 2016 Sell This Version
FEE01LP Feeder - Tallulah album art Feeder Tallulah (Album) Believe FEE01LP UK 2019 Sell This Version

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September 9, 2020
I agree, so underrated, I wish people knew more abotu this band. They have that unique sound to them. Sad to hear about the original drummer. R.I.P.


July 11, 2008
Despite a very strong global following, i still believe Feeder are massively underrated. I know they're probably not the most talented band in the UK but their music output has always been of a high quality from Swim to Pushing The Senses. The songs are accessable and therefore singable. They can make beautiful ballads and then rock out in one smooth track transition. I haven't heard Silent Cry yet, but i will. Make their albums a part of your life.

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