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The Reminder is the third full-length album by indie artist Feist. It was released on April 23, 2007 in countries outside of North America, and May 1, 2007 in the United States and Canada. Following its release, it debuted on the . Billboard 200 at number 16, selling about 31,000 copies in its first week, and debuted at number 2 in Canada, selling just over 18,000 copies
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When Leslie Feist released her breakthrough album Let It Die, she became an indie icon almost instantly. Her pretty, sometimes melancholic love songs, her clear campfire voice, her vaguely jazz- and disco-influenced arrangements (highlighted no better than with her cover of the Bee Gees' "Inside and Out"), and her association with darlings Broken Social Scene wooed critics and music fans alike
Even though The Reminder is absolutely an album you would've seen on display next to a Starbucks cash register in 2007, it can be commended for how well it manages to find middle ground for a variety of audiences.
Check out the 'Reminder' album and 'Not (e)Worthy' EP on Soundcloud and YouTube and pick it up from Bandcamp or Lewis and Shane at one of their shows (next one Friday 18th January at one of the Bloodstock Festival's 'Metal For The Masses' heats at 'The Soundhouse' at 'The Bull' in Colchester). The Ballroom Blitz', Ipswich Community Radio (ICR) 10. fm, icrfm. com online or via the RadioPlayer app, Thursday 17th January 2018, 10pm to Midnight GMT.
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Reminder" is the debut album by t Rune Trelvik, under the moniker A Veil Of Water. Reminder" represents the culmination of a two year long journey through a tumultuous relationship. This album travels through the feelings of initial attraction, infatuation, love, hope, nostalgia, and the subsequent loss of the entire bond.
Since The Reminder 's release in May 2007, I've seen Feist play live three times. Turns out it was one time too many. The first, at 87-year-old midtown Manhattan fixture Town Hall, was quiet, seated, and quaint. But even with the expanded fan base, The Reminder is big on music that's very tiny. It all but demands rapt attention. So the Hammerstein crowd- boisterous, bored, and oblivious- ignored her attempts at intimacy, waited for the song from the commercial, and then left soon after. The experience was disappointing, though it wasn't Feist's fault. That third show exposed how The Reminder 's modesty could work against it- how its no-frills profundity could be misread as a totally sweet Bed Bath & Beyond soundtrack. Of course, it's much more than that, as this timely.
|1||Imaginary Conversation With The Silverman||12:37|
|2||The Folly Of The Foley||9:52|
|4||Quckly! Where's The Exit?||9:20|