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8 thoughts on “ Semisonic - Feeling Strangely Fine (CD, Album) ”

  1. Semisonic is a three-piece band, and they sound great. Honestly, I would take pretty much any track off of Great Divide over "Closing Time" (from their subsequent album Feeling Strangely Fine, which is also very very good, while being more subdued and nightimey). I don't feel any shame in enjoying an album this catchy/5(17).
  2. ‘Feeling Strangely Fine’: Semisonic’s Classic Album Still Sounds Pretty Great Full of double meaning and precision songcraft, Feeling Strangely Fine takes the listener on a heartfelt journey.
  3. Thank you for your wonderful support of the Feeling Strangely Fine reissue and Pledge campaign. We wanted to share this great review from Paste. Watch this space for some exciting developments with Semisonic in Happy holidays to you and yours! Dan, John, and Jake.
  4. Jul 11,  · Never You Mind (Wilson/Slichter) from the album 'Feeling Strangely Fine' Semisonic
  5. Feeling Strangely Fine is the second studio album by American rock band Semisonic. It is the follow up to the band's debut album Great Divide recorded at Seedy Underbelly Studio, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The album contains some of Semisonic's best-known songs, including the major radio hit.
  6. vintage 90s SEMISONIC FEELING STRANGELY FINE ALBUM ALT ROCK BAND t-shirt LARGE L: Width (A): Length (B): Sleeve (C): Measurements are taken with the item lying flat, and are in inches. If the item is long sleeve, there is a third measurement, from pit to cuff in inches. All sizes are based on modern adult sizes, and are done by the Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Feeling Strangely Fine, however, allows the motif to overtake the album. Track after track shows that Semisonic needs to use the considerable songwriting talents of Wilson, Jacob Slichter, and John Munson to further explore other areas of everyday life. The worst example of Semisonic 's sensual downfall is the song "Completely Pleased.".
  8. In , Feeling Strangely Fine was given a rerelease for the album's twentieth anniversary, including its first vinyl pressing. On June 25, , The New York Times Magazine listed Semisonic among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal starvitygurcune.siosigichiptitelviportnetectithink.infoinfo: Alternative rock, post-grunge, power pop.

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