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The Feeling of Love


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The Feeling of Love began as a one-man band, but is now a trio.

“Feeling of Love may very well be one of the most under-rated acts out there these days, but it seems they’re starting to get their due…a two-piece on this platter (with G adding Seb Normal’s presence on most of the cuts), FOL bring back best of Nineties-garage-blues (Oblivians, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and Doo Rag at their finest) without the stench of revisionism, updating those styles with a Pussy Galore-like slop of noise and a healthy dose of acerbic wit. Guitars alternately slide and slash, keyboards get punched and stepped on amid the fray, Frenchmen sneer and whoop at you, drums boom and then turn coffee-can hollow…they run blues-trash through the gauntlet and come out the other side reborn as some snarling beast. One of these tunes sounds like the Bassholes if they were on Amphetamine Reptile. Others sound like Spencer, if he were REALLY a bad ass and not just pretending. The best song titles ever and gratuitous use of the word pussy just ratchet the entertainment value up a few clicks. “The Way to Suck”? Beautiful, like a cranked-up Bob Log III fronting Unsane! “Rapeman Blues” throws another pigfuck namedrop out there (remember that Julie Cafritz song?). There’s so much I love about this band right now. Invigorating music. Cheveu may be everyone’s current French darlings, but Feeling of Love hold the keys to my heart. Buy all of their records now if you haven’t already”—R.K.(Terminal Boredom)


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