• Hello,Welcome to Play.com.  . (Not youSign in?) | Register
  • 0 SuperPoints
  • Your Account
  • Help



Join With Us

Released on 18 February 2008

Artist: The Feeling

(31 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

Condition:  New

In stock Shipping now

£2.99 Free delivery

Earn 3 SuperPoints What are SuperPoints?

Available Delivery Options

  • Standard delivery estimate: 5th Mar - 9th Mar

Comment:new and sealed

  1. I Thought It Was Over (Album Version)
  2. Without You
  3. Join With Us
  4. Spare Me
  5. Turn It Up
  6. I Did It For Everyone
  7. Won't Go Away
  8. Loneliness
  9. Connor
  10. This Time
  11. Dont Make Me Sad
  12. The Greatest Show On Earth / We Can Dance

customer Reviews

 Average rating (31 reviews)

 Best work yet!

| | See all callumundo08's reviews (4)

i was at one of The feelings gigs in london on thursday, and they played a whole bunch of songs from the new ablum. it was probably the best concert i've been to as the band were great, but most importantly, the new songs were too. it's definately worth buying the 2 disc version as 'video killed the radio star' is the best song on the album by far.

 Where did all the excitement and energy go?!?! Please Read!

| | See all Dannyboy12's reviews (5)

I thought the debut album from the feeling was okay - went to see them live at leeds uni and was bawled over by their energetic performance (bought the Tshirt and everything!!)

Since then 12 stops and home has rocketed to the top of my playlists. However i feel extremely let down by this recent release. The band has opted for a whole new take on music and the energy and excitement from the first album is just non-existent!

Music critics would say that the melodies and lyrics are much more mature and that the songs work on whole new levels, but i'm going to see them again on saturday and i just have no idea how they are gonna make it bearable! There is no way that you can jump to these songs, or scream out the words. They are slow and emotional and it doesnt make for easy listening!!!

Make sure you try out the songs somewhere (YOU-know-what-TUBE?!) before you buy this album. I hope this helps!

 Its a grower....

| | See all andy1471's reviews (1)

I got this album when it first came out and i have to say, i was expecting something like Twelve Stops and Home, and i didnt get that. What i got was an album showing another side to the Feeling, admittedly some songs are repetitive but i find myself singing them and wanting to listen to them. This album is definately a grower and as such is a great album.

 Music to the ears!!! AWESOME

| | See all Murtman78's reviews (1)

I've had Twelve Stops and home for well over a year and that was music at its best but this album is pure bliss.....I didn't think they'd beat their first studio album but they have. The Feeling deliver foot tapping tunes and quality lyrics, they fail to disappoint with their follow up album. It's a must listen with, Without You and Won't Go Away ranking high up in the top tunes category!! If you're not a Feeling Fan, you should be after this!

 The Feeling...

| | See all rrrrrrrrrr's reviews (1)

.... are great!
I had read alot of reviews saying that this was a let down! someone wrote a review saying give it a chance, so i did!

when i listened to it i thought this is not great but i wanted to give it a chance! now i have listened to it more than once, its great to turn up in your car when you are driving

i definitely reccommend it for people who loved their first album and just loves music! it is different from their first album but they have got it right!

definitely buy it if you are unsure!