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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Here's an interesting thing. A compilation on Mobile called "Feedback to the Future".....and yes its a compilation of eleven shoegazing songs from 1990-1992. Now in my day shoegazing was a pretty naff thing that the music press constantly took the piss out of and it all got blown away when Brit-Pop came along. The problem with this compilation  is ... »

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Feedback To The Future by Slowdive, Ride, Lush, Various
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 28 December 2006
Here's an interesting thing. A compilation on Mobile called "Feedback to the Future".....and yes its a compilation of eleven shoegazing songs from 1990-1992. Now in my day shoegazing was a pretty naff thing that the music press constantly took the piss out of and it all got blown away when Brit-Pop came along. The problem with this compilation  is that a lot of the music now sounds hopelessly dated. Revolver's "Heaven Sent an Angel" is typical of this though I remember liking it at the time. Other bands involved range from poor also rans (Blind Mr Jones, Adorable, Moose) to scene leaders (Ride, Slowdive) to bands lumped into the scene as there was nowhere else to put them (Pale Saints ,Telescopes). It all smacks of a bit of forced nostalgia about something that wasn't that good anyway but it comes with a good booklet with interesting articles about the bands  and there are one or two amazing tracks (Ride, Lush) that still stand up today. But if you want any  advice of where to start, simply buy the last two My Bloody Valentine records. You won't need much else.

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