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Album Review

While the first single from Feeling Strangely Fine doesn't necessarily show it very well, there is a lot of Ben Folds Five in Semisonic. Both employ a variety of different instruments, thus creating a sound that is sometimes very, very comparable. This is never more evident than on the fourth track, "Never You Mind." It doesn't help that Semisonic lead singer Dan Wilson adds his piano to many of the album's tracks, and that Semisonic and Ben Folds Five seem to share a dominant motif, sensuality. Track after track shows the considerable songwriting talents of Wilson, Jacob Slichter, and John Munson. ~ David M. Childers, Rovi

Customer Reviews

One of the best albums of the 90s.

Feeling Strangely Fine. It was the first album I bought, 8 years ago. Even today, it's class is unmistakable. From the piano greatness of Never You Mind, to the Acoustic love of California and DND, it is one of the most varied albums I have ever listened to. Highltights of this album have to be Singing In My Sleep, California and DND. All are fantastic songs to listen when you need to relax. In fact, the album is a relaxing album. A fantastic album that needs to be recognised. Awesome.


This album is unsung....the great songs on it are 'Closing Time', 'Secret Smile' and Singing in my sleep'


This album has some fabulous tracks. Amongst the best, if my opinion would be "All Worked Out", "Gone To The Movies" and of course "Closing Time". I can't understand why Semisonic were never as successful as they so sorely deserved to be. Feeling Strangely fine is a delicate masterpiece.


Formed: 1995 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After the breakup of Trip Shakespeare, Minneapolis natives Dan Wilson and John Munson teamed up with drummer Jacob Slichter to form Semisonic in 1993. Trip Shakespeare had spent years amassing a loyal audience with artistic harmonies and unexpected guitar counterpoints, but bandleader Dan Wilson took Semisonic in an entirely different direction, embracing a tightly crafted sound that proved to be more appetizing to mainstream audiences. "Closing Time" was the band's biggest hit, dominating the airwaves...
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