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by FeelGood

Los Angeles based FeelGood is a breath of fresh air in today's music landscape. The group combines incredible energy with unsurpassed musicianship, delivering a new brand of pop music with the "Feel Good" vibe everyone is after.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Goin Nowhere
3:09 $0.99
2. Baggage
3:57 $0.99
3. Touch Humanity
4:14 $0.99
4. Goin Nowhere (stripped)
3:31 $0.99
5. Baggage (stripped)
4:19 $0.99
6. Touch Humanity (stripped)
4:16 $0.99
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Highly Recommended
The boys from FeelGood should be VERY pleased with themselves, and, hopefully, if all goes to plan, getting excited about a new album release? (actually, that's just me!). Introduced to me by a friend of the site, the group is AMAZING! A team of 5 guys, sounding pop/dance/r'n'b - Think a slightly more R'n'B-based Jamiroquai - With fantastic vocals and awesome beats, they are most certainly ones to watch. This fantastic EP is available on iTunes here - WELL Worth it - With the group's official site here, ENJOY! - And I'd love to know what you think - Hopefully this is the first time of many that I'll write about the group on the site :)

With a vocal combining so many awesome elements, and a bright synthy beat, with a slinky bass grove just behind it, one that immediately made me think of the Everlasting Michael Jackson...Goin Nowhere kicks this album off in great style. It's a great track, with some great vocal rhythms I love. Then comes what I feel is the crowing glory of this EP, the absolutely mindblowingly amazing and fantastic and brilliant and exceptional Baggage. With one of those brilliant "walking" beats I've stated my love before on the site, another smoky but GORGEOUS vocal, excellent little drop ins and out's of the beat, what is almost two absolutely fabulous bridges, gorgeous piano at the start and a chorus that's INSANELY irresistible. The vocal made me think of Mojada (Who's vocals I rave ALWAYS about) - I'm really loving this - One of the strongest tracks this year - Deserves to be HUGE. Stefan and the Guys should be very proud of this - and if you're reading - I'm loving your work! Almost like a hybrid, of sorts, of the last two tracks, Touch Humanity is up next. Another one of those vocals I'm loving, with an interesting beat behind it - More of those synths, but I'm interested in the effects layered over it...Nice, but not my favourite. Some clever lyrics in here though.

Goin Nowhere (Stripped) is the next track. These stripped tracks take the emphasis off the R'n'B beat, and make it more of a funky, soulful rock/pop affair - and all of the tracks stand up FANTASTICALLY here. Loving the vocal, still (I've kind of pinned it down to elements of The Backstreet Boys, Michael Bublé, Jamiroquai, Mojada and Michael Jackson - but there's still something I can't quite nail). Fantastic though, and the stripped treatment - inclusive of trumpet and drumming - works wonders on the track!. If you're anything like me, you'll be exceptionally pleased to know that Baggage (Stripped) works just as amazingly stripped back as it does in it's original form. More emphasis on that fantastic vocal, it's rhythm and flow, with some fantastic drum work and funky trumpets in the background. Interesting effect by the guitar in the second verse too. Final track Touch Humanity (Stripped) also works great live. It's actually, I think, Improved by the stripping treatment. It's a lighter sound and vibe - which makes the track a lot more fun, and sticks the AMAZING vocal straight to the front of the mix. Quite liking the cymbal crashes too. Love it, Highly recommended,