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Feel the Revolution

by The Wood Floors

Ranked #3 album of 2016 from Boston Rock Publication 'The Noise'. All tracks newly remastered
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Feel the Revolution
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2. Love Is Strange
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3. Write Me
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4. Foolish Eyes
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5. She Owned the Floor
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6. Island for the Dying
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7. Undressed
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8. Raining in Baltimore Again
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9. Fake Friends
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10. Smile, Nod, And Wave
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11. Inferior Complex
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12. The End of It All
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13. Fade Away
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14. Edge of Now
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15. Another Fate Downed
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16. A Dollar and Change
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17. I Believe in You
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18. You're Right You Know
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19. Radio Heart
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20. 100 Tainted Cells
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21. For so Long
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22. Take 17
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23. Two Lost Dogs
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24. Excite!
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25. Forgive and Regret
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26. Small Town
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27. Kimberley Says...
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28. The Empty Page
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29. Blind Man
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30. Bull by the Horns
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31. The Company
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32. Birth of a Ladies Man
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33. Nothing at All
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34. Real Love
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35. Bleed Religion
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36. Moon Dolls
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37. Summer Moon
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38. By Starlight
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39. Back from the Moon
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40. Meet Me in Paris
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41. She Never Knew My Name
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42. Paper Doll
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43. Mistreated Girls
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44. The Darker Side of You
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45. Fading Light
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46. I've Seen That Film Before
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Familiar tropes abound: Anthems (“Feel the Revolution”); stop-start dynamics (“Love Is Strange”); high lonesome yowl ala The Smashing Pumpkins (“Write Me”); and brash, ecstatic power pop (“Foolish Eyes”). But don’t be fooled. This 2-CD set is rife with quality tunes. Notable songs include the taut, rigorous “Undressed,” the sad, translucent “Raining in Baltimore Again,” the rigorously catchy “Inferior Complex,” and the melancholy, lassitudinous “Fade Away.” Of further note is the angular, ominous, vaguely schizoid “100 Tainted Cells,” the sprawling, rippling jangle pop of “For So Long,” and the ineffably lonesome “Two Lost Dogs,” the singing on which is perfectly complemented by clear, clarion guitar. Disc Two opens with a ranting hardcore declamation “Excite!” Outstanding numbers on this disc include the epic and vaguely creepy “Forgive and Regret,” the wistful song of love and obsessive longing “Kimberly Says,” and the eerie, mind-manifesting, Neil Young-like aching moodiness of “Blind Man,” a nascent classic. Other notable songs are the raggedy, ebullient punk of “Bull By the Horns,” the otherwordly, langourous melodicism of “Real Love,” the lovely, fragile melodicism of “Summer Moon,” the wispy, bewitching, almost insubstantial “Back From the Moon,” the mysterious, broken, chaotic, and repetitive melody of “She Never Knew My Name,” and the final song, the sprawling, brazen and spine-tingling “I’ve Seen That Film Before,” with its fine, needling guitar work. There’s more than a mere handful of good songs here, and at least three great ones: “Blind Man,” “Two Lost Dogs,” and “She Never Knew My Name.” It’s unfortunate, however, that the composer (or, I suspect, composers) saw fit to include every single song in what I presume to be their spacious cupboard. Also, the various production techniques lead me to suspect that these songs were recorded in at least three different studios. Nevertheless, this is a highly impressive collection, and a keeper. (Francis DiMenno)

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The Noise - Boston

Highly Impressive Collection, and a keeper.
Familiar tropes abound: Anthems (“Feel the Revolution”); stop-start dynamics (“Love Is Strange”); high lonesome yowl ala The Smashing Pumpkins (“Write Me”); and brash, ecstatic power pop (“Foolish Eyes”). But don’t be fooled. This 2-CD set is rife with quality tunes. Notable songs include the taut, rigorous “Undressed,” the sad, translucent “Raining in Baltimore Again,” the rigorously catchy “Inferior Complex,” and the melancholy, lassitudinous “Fade Away.” Of further note is the angular, ominous, vaguely schizoid “100 Tainted Cells,” the sprawling, rippling jangle pop of “For So Long,” and the ineffably lonesome “Two Lost Dogs,” the singing on which is perfectly complemented by clear, clarion guitar. Disc Two opens with a ranting hardcore declamation “Excite!” Outstanding numbers on this disc include the epic and vaguely creepy “Forgive and Regret,” the wistful song of love and obsessive longing “Kimberly Says,” and the eerie, mind-manifesting, Neil Young-like aching moodiness of “Blind Man,” a nascent classic. Other notable songs are the raggedy, ebullient punk of “Bull By the Horns,” the otherwordly, langourous melodicism of “Real Love,” the lovely, fragile melodicism of “Summer Moon,” the wispy, bewitching, almost insubstantial “Back From the Moon,” the mysterious, broken, chaotic, and repetitive melody of “She Never Knew My Name,” and the final song, the sprawling, brazen and spine-tingling “I’ve Seen That Film Before,” with its fine, needling guitar work. There’s more than a mere handful of good songs here, and at least three great ones: “Blind Man,” “Two Lost Dogs,” and “She Never Knew My Name.” It’s unfortunate, however, that the composer (or, I suspect, composers) saw fit to include every single song in what I presume to be their spacious cupboard. Also, the various production techniques lead me to suspect that these songs were recorded in at least three different studios. Nevertheless, this is a highly impressive collection, and a keeper. (Francis DiMenno)
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