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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 4, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rise Records
  • ASIN: B00CHEL8OO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,422 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Feel, the band s 3rd album is their best material yet. Teaming up with Cameron Mizell who they've worked with on a previous full length, and enlisting mixer Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, My Chemical Romance, Mayday Parade) and masterer Ted Jensen (Green Day, Bon Jovi, The Offspring) to complete the team creating the album, Sleeping With Sirens was able to deliver their best, most heartfelt album, sonically more superior than anything they've done to date. With tracks like "Alone" (featuring rapper MGK) to the hard hitting anthems like "Congratulations" (featuring Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire), Feel is sure to instantly please their current fans while winning over countless new people!

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I love it so much and it's an incredible album to own.
Trevor Borden
This album seems as though they were trying to incorporate more of a pop vibe, and it didn't work that great, in my opinion.
Hannnah Nix
I can't say I hate this album, I'm just super let down by the direction.
Andre J Dubois

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Aardman on June 21, 2013
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I've been a fan of this band for a while. I found about them when they released Let's Cheers To This. I loved it and then went and picked up their first album too. Those two albums were much in the same vein, and were masterfully done. This album takes a shift to a more poppy approach. While this is far from pop, they adopt many characteristics of pop. The main thing is the lack of screaming, but another is the fact that all the songs are vocally driven. Past SWS albums have been an emotional force of vocals and instruments, while here the instruments are taken to the back seat. This album is all about Kellin and his voice. This is mainly what gives the album such a poppy feel, and it's why I rate it much below their other two albums. I value musicianship in my music, and this album has a stunning lack of it. I don't know what their intentions were, but it feels like they've disregarded all their post-hardcore fans and given in to their pop-punk fans. This album feels like it was very much crafted for album sales and mainstream success. There's still redeeming songs and good parts of this album, I just feel disappointed with the final product.

Also, the guest vocals here are all a waste of time. This doesn't really detract from the album rating, I just think I should mention it. Fronz and Shayley only show up for ten seconds each, and MGK was just mediocre. Also, Matty added nothing to the song he was featured in. This was a great disappointment to me in particular.because Memphis May Fire is one of my favorite bands.

In conclusion, if you want an energetic rock album to jam to, this is a good one. If you're expecting a post-hardcore album like their past works, look elsewhere.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Andre J Dubois on June 12, 2013
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Ok, I love SWS and Pierce The Veil, and I'm not a 15yo girl (shocking!). I loved the first 2 SWS albums because of intricate guitar work, good clever songwriting, and I just happen to prefer clean vocals. This album is clearly all about Kellin. There are no cool guitar riffs. None. I can't remember hearing anything memorable from the guitar, bass or drums. I actually don't even remember hearing any lead guitar at any point. It's all just power chords, and dynamics (loud/soft/loud/soft). Instrumentally, it's extremely lazy. It's almost like they replaced both of their guitarists again. Vocally, it's actually decent. I mean, Kellin can sing, and that's what they're trying to highlight here, I guess. They left the music very open for him to do whatever he wanted. The melodies are catchy, and you might even find yourself singing along on the first go-around. The only redeeming quality in this album is Kellin. Lets be clear, I'm not a Kellin Quinn fan, I'm a SWS fan. I can't say I hate this album, I'm just super let down by the direction. Maybe some day I'll be able to like it, but today is not that day.

If you only care about vocal melody, then you'll probably love it.

If you demand more from your music, you're gonna need to look elsewhere.

*EDIT - speeling, grammer, and more words.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alex on October 16, 2013
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I've been following this band since the beginning and I just have to say one thing. this band is no "band" it's basically Kellin Quinn. No one cares much for the most important part of this band the members who actually have talent. Instead little 13 year old girls are fangirling over a guy who sings higher than most girls. I'll admit their EP was great! But their full lengths are just sad.

Most songs on this album were very boring.
I believed them in an interview stating it'll be a heavier record. And I believed that it would sound like their single they released.

I was very excited for "congratulations" featuring matty Mullins from Memphis may fire. But the cliche biggie small a phone call intro to the song just made me extremely uninterested to the song. Basically the only good song on this record was. "Alone" and the artist MGK ruined it. So it makes me very disappointed to say that 1 star. Is too much.

Once again if you're interested in this band I recommend the acoustic EP or let's cheers to this
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angelica Perez on January 2, 2014
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quality-great. wasn't damaged. nothing is wrong with physically. but the music sucks. that's all there is to it. not as good as "lets cheers to this" or their debut.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eddie on November 10, 2013
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I purchased this CD based on a recommendation from a friend and I was not disappointed in the product. It's a terrific album that you can enjoy from the first track to the last. Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Derek Graham on August 22, 2013
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I was highly anticipating this album back in June. I was a huge fan of the bands first two albums, they were post hardcore at its finest. However, this album, is a huge step down in my opinion.
The first thing I'll say is it focuses on Kellin way too much. The guitar, drums, and bass is practically nonexistent, and the album focuses on catchy vocals too much. I love Kellin's voice, but it's Sleeping With Sirens, not The Kellin Quinn band.
There are highlights to this album though. "Feel," "I'll Take You There," "These Things I've done," and "Satellites" are definitely songs worth checking out.
All I can say is if you loved the first two albums, go into this with an open mind. You might like it more than I did.
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