DISCOGRAPHY
Over the past 7 years, Feeder have released many excellent albums, and value packed singles. I however only became a fan after first hearing of them in 1999, and so had loads of catching up to do! lol.

Nethertheless, here is every Feeder single ever to be released.
SINGLES
STEREOWORLD (RELEASED 21ST OCTOBER 1996)
CD

1) Stereoworld
2) My Perfect Day
3) Change
4) World Asleep
7" (Black)

1) Stereoworld
2) My Perfect Day
Feeder's first retail single release. This was put out without any airplay on radio 1 and therefore only made #128 in the national charts, which is a shame cos it's a great uplifting heavy tune which is a big hit with fans and nearly everyone who's heard it.

The b-sides are great too- you get the original version of "My Perfect Day" before it was re-recorded for the "Polythene" album, this version is a little different sounding in it's visuals such as Grants vocals, and as if you're hearing it live rather than in a studio. It also eases up to end, with two-layered vocals from Grant instead of actually finishing.

"Change" is a slow mellow track, and is pretty good. It replaced "Waterfall" on the re-released "Polythene" but isn't as good in my opinion.

Meanwhile "World Asleep" is the best of this b-side bunch, it's a heavy tune with crashing drums by Jon and neat riffs for fine measure.

All in all, worth 4 quid of anyones money. The thing is though, it's now been deleted and so is a pain to find, and if you do expect to pay 10 quid for it!.
TANGERINE (RELEASED 24TH FEBURARY 1997)
CD1

1) Tangerine
2) Rhubarb
3) Rain
CD2

1) Tangerine
2) TV Me
3) Elegy
7" (Black)

1) Tangerine
2) Rhubarb
A great Feeder tune, with excellent and interesting lyrics, and a neat load of b-sides to top the lot off. However Grant Nicholas in 2001 said he hated "Tangerine", which means the chances of hearing it live ever again look slim :-(. Anyhows, it's a great song like I said and is about the music industry in general.

The track "Rhubarb" is a great tune, with a feel-good vibe to it, however it's only 2 minuites long, and the speed of it makes it feel shorter. "Rain" is pretty good, with a nice mellowed atmosphere to it, while "TV Me" is prolly Feeder's best b-side to date until "Just A Day" came along not to mention "Can't Dance To Disco". Finally, "Elegy" is a haunting track with well-wiitten lyrics.

This gave Feeder their pernament place in the Guiness Book of British Hit Singles, when it charted at #60 in March 1997.
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