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The 50 Best Post-Punk Albums Ever: Part 2, The B-52's to Magazine

This week we are celebrating the best post-punk albums of all-time and today we have part two with the Cure, Mission of Burma, the B-52's and more.

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The Feelies: Only Life / Time for a Witness

The Feelies remain one of America’s great underground bands. These re-releases of their two “late” major label records are a necessary reminder.

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Glenn Mercer: Incidental Hum

Glenn Mercer's second solo album -- and first since 2007 -- is proof that that this Feelies man is a formidable presence in guitar music. For the weird side of your mood.

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Speed the Plough: The Plough & the Stars

Speed the Plough mixes Yo La Tengo's faraway feeling of summer daydreams with the edgier lyrics and more somber mien of the Feelies.

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The Feelies, Reconsidered

After a short chat with Feelies co-chairman Glenn Mercer, co-leader of The Feelies, writer Kieran Curran started thinking about the seminal rock band's place in our modern times...

Kieran Curran
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The Feelies: Crazy Rhythms / The Good Earth

The Feelies take their rightful place amongst the pantheon of American underground greats with the welcome re-releases of Crazy Rhythms and The Good Earth.

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They Were on a Break: An Interview With the Feelies

The Feelies, the most plaintive and modest of the 1980s indie-breakout bands, wrung total pastoral bliss from a North Haledon garage for over a decade. Glenn Mercer reflects on the close of the band's initial run and looks at the promise of its reunion.

Dan Weiss
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Taking It Slow: An Interview with Glenn Mercer of the Feelies

With Bill Million, Glenn Mercer headed up the Feelies, one of the best and most underrated bands of '70s and '80s. Now he's back with a solo album that features several ex-Feelies and has the same bewitching shimmer.

Jennifer Kelly
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