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Feelers


The Feelers are a New Zealand Rock band formed in the early 1990s in Christchurch by James Reid (singer/guitarist), Matthew Thomas (Bass) and Hamish Gee (Drums). The Feelers got a record deal with Warner Music and released their first album, Supersystem, went to number 1 in September 1998. It was the second biggest selling album in New Zealand that year. They later went on to win Album of the Year, Song Writer of the Year (James Reid), Band of the Year, and Producer of the Year (Malcolm Welsford) at the New Zealand Music Awards in 1999. Read more on Last.fm
The Feelers are a New Zealand Rock band formed in the early 1990s in Christchurch by James Reid (singer/guitarist), Matthew Thomas (Bass) and Hamish Gee (Drums). The Feelers got a record deal with Warner Music and released their first album, Supersystem, went to number 1 in September 1998. It was the second biggest selling album in New Zealand that year. They later went on to win Album of the Year, Song Writer of the Year (James Reid), Band of the Year, and Producer of the Year (Malcolm Welsford) at the New Zealand Music Awards in 1999. Also from that record James Reid was awarded the most played song on New Zealand Radio with "Supersystem" 1998 and "Venus" 1999. After extensive touring the band started work on their next album recording demos with Des Broadbery getting them ready to start full production with Gil Norton engineered by Danton Supple[2] released in 2001 Communicate debuted at Number 1. Noted songs from that album include "Communicate", "The Web", and "Fishing for Lisa". Their 2003 album, Playground Battle, was seen by the band as a new direction for the band.

Hitting the number 1 spot for the third time, this was a highly successful album showing the quality of song writing earning James Reid his third award for the APRA most played song on New Zealand Radio. After further extensive touring around New Zealand, Australia, USA and Europe. The band started on their fourth album. Self producing this album, it is viewed by many[who?] as their best work to date, showing diverse directions. On November 13 2006, The Feelers released their 4th studio album entitled One World. The album debuted at number one on the New Zealand Album Charts,[1] and also went Platinum in its first week of release.[2].

Their Fourth Album to hit the coveted number 1 slot. On April 23 2008, The Feelers announced that Matthew Thomas is no longer a member of the group, but that Reid and Gee will continue to tour and record new music.[3] The Feelers have recently released their 5th album called The Feelers: The Best: 1998-2008. The album includes new songs one of which is called "Beautiful Feeling".[citation needed] "Beautiful Feeling" reached #34 on the ARIA charts and #7 on the New Zealand charts. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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