The third Felt studio album from 1984 was a strong pop album with great guitar hooks and a simultaneously sad and happy feel to it. Before the Stone Roses and after Be-Bop Deluxe and Plastic Ono Band, John Leckie worked with Felt. Booked into a metal / reggae studio in Birmingham’s industrial wasteland he sculpted a Michelangelo slice of new rock – exquisite and beautiful guitar odysseys – quite unlike anything the city had experienced before. Merging pop with a classical nuance Felt stood alone as the forerunners of a brand new style. And Gary Ainge was finally allowed to use his high-hat!
CD - Limited Edition Digipack.
LP - Remastered and revisited by Lawrence. Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve.
CD+ - Limited to 2000 Copies signed by Lawrence. The CD Version comes in a Bespoke 7" Box with CD in special Gatefold Sleeve, Long Deleted 7" Vinyl, reproduction gig flyers, poster and badges.