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Audio, Cassette, Original recording reissued, August 21, 1990
|1. The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness|
|2. Fa Cé-La|
|3. Loveless Love|
|4. Forces At Work|
|5. Original Love|
|6. Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)|
|7. Moscow Nights|
|8. Raised Eyebrows|
|9. Crazy Rhythms|
|10. Paint It Black|
OMG, this album is so good. If you love Talking Heads, Television, the Velvet Underground, or Can you will love the Feelies. That is all - enjoy!Published 9 months ago by Bill Sikes
I was fortunate to see them live a few times and they were amazing. They were very influential but their own records didn't sell well. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Mcdonald
Although I was unfamiliar with The Feelies, I bought another album (The Good Earth) and liked it a lot. So far, after 6 or 8 plays, I like this one even better. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Curmudgeon
This cd skips part of the first (3) songs!
The cd had serveal skratches.
I'm not happy with what I get and what was promised I would get at all.
I always heard how good the Feelies, how influential, etc etc, but this album went beyond my expectations. Nerd rock with emotion, drive, feel and intelligence.Published 23 months ago by Emilio D. Gironda Jr.
Saw them play a full set of this album at ATP in 2010. This is the one to get if you only ever hear one Feelies...Published on December 21, 2012 by K. Balles
one third good , one third ok , one third blows , thats the general view . once again one mans art is somebody eles crap .Published on March 6, 2012 by lenny bruce
I used to work with a cool old guy. He was in his 60s. Me in my 20s. I'd bring in all my music and play it. He always said he liked it. No matter what I brought in he liked it. Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by Brian Rand
I was living in Boston in 1979-80 and worked at a record shop. The reason I picked up this album was a because a guy would call
once a day everyday for about 2 weeks wondering... Read more