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Customer Reviews

Felt 3

The second album is one of my favorite albums... But I really feel like Ant is just as much a part of Felt as Slug and Murs. No hate towards Aesop but I just didn't get the same feel from this album... but maybe thats what they were going for. None the less a hammer album like Felt 2 is a hard one to follow up.

A Tribute to Rosie Perez ( Felt 3)

I agree with the firs person that wrote the review it is a lot different and took me a little while to get used to it but it's a solid album, they were definitivly going for something else for this album that's why Aesop Rock was on the beats..


Formed: 1979 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Felt was the project of Britain's enigmatic Lawrence Hayward, a singer/songwriter who transformed his long-standing obsession with the music of Tom Verlaine and Television into an impressive catalog of minimalist pop gems and, ultimately, cult stardom. The first Felt single, "Index," was produced by Hayward alone in his bedroom on a portable cassette player; released in 1979, its primitive, impressionistic sound stood in stark contrast to the sleek solemnity of the new wave (as did Hayward's much-discussed...
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