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  • Audio CD (March 5, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Import
  • ASIN: B00AO7M5PM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

1. Cassandra
2. Prizefighters
3. Slot Machine
4. Stadiums of the Damned
5. Don't Fall
6. Oh How I Love You
7. Notre Dame Des Fleurs
8. The Gulf

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Digitally remastered edition of this 2000 album from the British Prog Rock guitarist. Whether with Genesis, GTR or on his solo output, the man has been a giant of the Prog genre. The success he enjoyed with Genesis on six acclaimed studio albums allowed Hackett to subsequently become a consummate and powerful artist in his own right. All you have to do is check out the breadth and depth of the music on his solo records to appreciate that the man has grasped the opportunity to be in control of his own destiny. to create impassioned music that has never become rooted in clichés or stuck in a rut.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. Tennard on October 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
What an interesting release. After Steve Hackett recorded one album and toured with the "supergroup" GTR, he seemed to disappear off the face of the Earth. Thankfully he resurfaced in 1993 with the absolutely wonderful release "Guitar Noir". So where was he between 1986 and 1993? He was active in music, however according to Mr. Hackett GTR dismantled and he was unable to secure a record contract. This did not deter him from recording. "Feedback 86" gives us a clue as to what Hackett was up to during part of those "missing" years. An interesting collection of songs appear here. Steve Hackett has always recorded solo albums that vary stylisticly and this release is no different. The songs range from intrumental acoustic guitar, bluesy rock, to blistering hard rock. This release is a double pleasure for me. Steve Hackett and Brian May, from Queen, are my absolute favorite gutiar players. I am treated to two songs that feature the wonderful fret work of Hackett and May, and the tracks do not disappoint. The track "Slot Machine" is the high light of the CD. To those who are avid Stev Hackett fans, some of the songs will sound familiar. A few of the songs have appeared on other releases in reworked, remixed, or rerecorded versions. "Cassandra" appeared on "Guitar Noir" with Steve Hackett handling the vocals. I prefer the latter version, however the version from "Feedback" does feature many different guitar solos. "Prizefighters" appeared on the live GTR release. The "Feedback" version has Bonnie Tyler on vocals and features some wonderful backing vocals. "The Gulf" and "Stadium of the Damned" were featured on "Till We have Faces".Read more ›
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Budman on October 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Here's a nice collection of music. Steve Hackett, erstwhile lead guitarist of 70's era Genesis, has pulled together material (some previously available, some not) from the mid-1980s. Following the one album and one tour of GTR (the prog super-group that co-starred Hackett and Steve Howe of Yes fame), these tracks hold up well, and could have been GTR 2. The opening track "Cassandra" is very GTRish, and features Brian May of Queen in the Steve Howe role. May reappears on the track "Slot Machine", and other guest appearances are made by Bonnie Tyler and members of Marillion and Manfred Mann's Earth Band. In typical Hackett fashion, the styles on display here range from the arena rock stylings of the aforementioned "Cassandra" and "Slot Machine" to the harmonica flavored bluesy "Don't Fall" to the beautiful ballad "Oh How I Love You", one of those songs that is a hidden gem, a joy to find. Add in some acoustic tunes reminiscent of "Horizons", and now you have one terrific collection of tunes. If you like Steve Hackett, get this, you won't regret it.
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2 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 3, 2001
Format: Audio CD
With the exception of Voyage of the Acolyte and Darktown Steve Hackett's solo career has been a spotty mess. This disc is no different. Do not be misled by the packaging that heralds the presence of Marillion's Mosely and Trewavas. They play on one song. The songs are weak, the production dated and the drums sound as if they were miked to the inside of a dustbin. Hackett's got talent but seldom is able to pull it off as a frontman. Weak songs, poor supporting musicians usually sink his recordings and did so here...Simon
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