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Sublime - but listen to it on a good system

Oh! How I remember reading Steve Sutherland's review of this album in Melody Maker 1982. At that time I was sick of my love of the monstrosity of floyd, zep, maiden, purple etc. I couldn't get into the new wave and duran/spandau, and pop/rock from the US I thought was just boring/tired. * And then I heard this. From the first innocent chords of "Evergreen Dazed", the drums with no sharpness, the whispered voice of Lawrence evoking dreams - the bright melody of Deebank. * This music is as far away as you can get from the material world of Madonna, Rap and House. 12 billion light years away. So if you like this count yourself a star-child from another world. By a Megna-Child


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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