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Echo Park Enhanced, Import

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  • Audio CD (April 30, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Echo UK Import
  • ASIN: B00005AQAW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,363 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Standing On The Edge
2. Buck Rogers
3. Piece By Piece
4. Seven Days In The Sun
5. We Cant Rewind
6. Turn
7. Choke
8. Oxygen
9. Tell All Your Friends
10. Under The Weather
11. Satellite News
12. Bug

Editorial Reviews

The third outing for this chart successful Welsh/Japanese band finds them hitting their artistic stride. Echo Park will be in contender for 2001 album of the year. Includes their popular 'Buck Rogers' single and the follow-up 'Seven Days in the Sun'.

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This is the most fantastic album i have ever heard.
It should be said, though, that these missteps are clearly in the minority here and do not detract much from what is a bloody good pop-punk album.
An excellent album that has a whole range of styles but pulls them all off very well.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Takumi on July 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Echo Park is FEEDER's Third album.
There are a lot of cool guitar tracks on this album.
For example:
Standing on the Edge
Buck Rogers
Seven Days in the Sun
Tell All Your Friends
Under the Weather
This music includes very cool guitar sounds, which are very rhythmical.
I had a friendly feeling toward this music because I like rhythmical music.
If you like rhythmical music, maybe you can enjoy this music.
However, this album includes not only rhythmical rock music, but also
some beautiful ballads.
For example:
Piece by Piece
We Can't Rewind
These tracks are beautiful ballads.
I think that the balance of the music is good.
Not only rockc Not only balladc
Especially, this album includes Buck Rogers. It is a popular song in England.
Check it out.
By the way, buying Gran Turismo3 (TV game) gave me a chance to know this group.
I bought the Japanese edition of gEcho Parkh, This edition includes 4 extra tracks (gJust a dayh, gpurpleh, gheadsh, g21st century meltdownh but it does NOT include gSatellite Newsh)...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a totally unbeatable album and if people dont like this then they have something wrong with them! Anyway this is the review for all the songs.
Standing on the edge - I liked this song more at first but now i realise why some people say this is weak. Still OK though! 7/10
Buck Rogers - I've loved this song from the day it came out and never got tired of it! Great chorus 10/10
Piece by Piece - Nice mellow song and cant think of much else to say! 8/10
Seven days for the sun - 2nd release from the album and i love it. Very fast and loud lyrics from Grant which is great after a song like Piece by Piece. 9/10
We Cant Rewind - Great song. A bit in between Mellow and hard. Its nice and good chorus 9/10
Turn - 3rd Release from album and its grown on me so much. At first i did'nt much like it but now its one of my favorite tracks! If you notice they always play it on eastenders in the background! 9.5/10
Choke - Not one of the best tracks but as you listen to it more it gets better. Some good lyrics though. 7.5/10
Oxygen - A favorite song by many listeners such as my mates. Its great for a mellow 1. 9/10
Tell all ya friends - This is one of my favorites and when i first heard this i totally enjoyed it! A great fast song which is the shortest track on the album. 9.5/10
Under the Weather - A bit of a depressing loud song really but very interesting. Nice chorus. 9.5/10
Satellite News - Fantastic song. It takes a while to get into the chorus but it is 5 minutes long! This would have to be my favorite along with Buck Rogers i think. Easy listening song.
Bug - I didnt much like this at first but then I got into it quite a lot. My Dad does'nt like it but who cares! Not one of my faves though. 7.5/10
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jared on November 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
to tell you the truth, this really isn't a very good album. compared to the WONDERFUL "yesterday went too soon", this album seems horrible. however, this is one of the most important albums that i own, for one reason: satellite news. i was tempted to rate the album a 5 just because of this song, but i decided not to, because the album as a whole really doesn't deserve such a rating.
this song hits me so hard, though. it's one of my favorite songs of all time (and i've heard numerous numerous numerous songs). it just takes me. all of my favorite songs take me. and usually because they're so sad. songs that hit me emotionally. my two favorite songs ever are the only two songs that have ever made me cry. but this song is different than any of my other favorite songs. this song takes me in a good way. a positive way.
it starts off with that beautiful music. so lovely. and so mellow, and depressing.
and then..
you will never keep me down!
you can never keep me down!
i want to lift my self up to the sky!
serenade the stars as I pass by
wanna leave it all just for a while
i'll be satellite news
i wanna lift myself above the clouds
cut the ropes around me!
you'll see me shine!
shine like the sun!!
when it changes into "you will never keep me down!", it just hits me so hard, and then it goes even further into a musical orgasm of emotions, while the ropes around me have been cut, and i'm soaring into the sky.. flying.. free.. and shining!
i'd love to tell the singer how much this song means to me. i wonder if he even knows how great this song is.
ok, now that i've discussed that song, onto the other songs.
imo, oxygen is the only other song on the album that's really good. all of the other songs are good, though, with a few which are rather weak, like "choke" and "under the weather", and some lame lyrics every now and then.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By loteq on June 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
In many ways, this record can be considered as a new chapter in Feeder's career, suggesting that the band has left behind their underground stardom in order to fully cross over into the mainstream; although their previous albums and singles had sold in respectable numbers, „Echo Park" was the band's real artistic and commercial triumph and has sold more than 100.000 copies so far - for a variety of reasons: First and foremost, Feeder managed to pull no less than four brilliant singles from „Echo Park", with two of them shooting into the UK top 20 single charts. Second, the album features a decidedly more pop feel than all its predecessors: The dynamic production fully fleshes out the melodies and lends a superb drive to such rocky numbers as „Buck Rogers" and „Seven days...", while the vocals of Grant Nicholas, who also wrote all the songs and has evolved into the role of the band's visionary, wrap around the music with more flexibility and confidence than they ever did before. Whereas other indie-rock bands often struggle to come up with half-way memorable songs that keep the listener coming back for more than one time, Feeder simply explode with utter catchiness here, both lyrically and musically. In short, they pull off everything we like about those early-'90s dance-rock bands such as Chapterhouse, combine it with everything we love about the immediate guitar attack of grunge rockers like Foo Fighters, and on top of it garnish the whole thing with the sing-along melodies of the more meaningful pop-punk outfits such as The Breeders and Weezer. The two biggest hits on the album, the already mentioned „Buck Rogers" and „Seven days...Read more ›
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