The Invisible Band - Travis Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Britpop / Artist: Travis / Audio CD released 2001-06-11 at Independiente / Disc #1 ... more
The Invisible Band - Travis ... Tracklisting
2 Dear Diary
4 Pipe Dreams
5 Flowers In The Window
6 The Cage
8 Follow The Light
9 Last Train
12 The Humpty Dumpty Love Song
Newest Review: ... is another good album. The tracks innit are excellent and I personally thought that it was value for money. I felt that it ... more
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Travis The Invisible Band
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TRAVIS Travis: "the Invisible Band''
Arrangés pour voix et guitare en notation standard et tablature ...
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Customer The Invisible Band - Travis Reviews (18)
by - written on 25/05/01, updated on 25/05/01 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Travis are not a music critics band. Unlike, say Radiohead to whom their earliest work owed a profuse debt, they have no interest in challenging the boundaries of modern music. Thus the third release from the Glaswegian band, offers no electronic experimentation, no forays into Jazz territory just twelve songs, traditionally performed with the chorus and verse formula all present and correct. Quite what Nigel Godritch who produced both bands new albums made of the gap between them would doubtless make interesting reading. So now we’ve ascertained that Travis have made no drastic U-turn in their sound a review is perhaps in order. ‘The Invisible ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/01, updated on 18/07/01 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Introduction. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Travis are back with their third album nicely titled “The Invisible Band” but this album just cements what a lot of us knew already, that this band are tops and will be around for a long time! The previous albums “Good Feeling” and “The Man Who” which became one of the most popular indie records ever follow the same sort of indie type pattern as this album. The Album Tracks. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The opening to the album is the top 5 hit smash “Sing”. Sing, with its catchy tune and cool food fight video was a great concoction. It begins the album in a freaky sort of way and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/01, updated on 23/10/01 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Sorry about the title, it is my poor attempt at humor, and a joke at the title, ‘The Invisible Band’, just to save me having to explain it later. Anyway on with the feature presentation. This album may not exactly be the latest release, but this is Travis’s latest album and the follow up to ‘The Man Who’, something I really enjoyed when that was first released. After hearing a few of the singles off it, I decided to go and get it, they sounded as good as ever and promised a lot. Travis, consist of four members, the lead singer Fran Healey I have a lot of time for, I think he is a very talented singer and guitarist, as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/01, updated on 19/07/01 (Very useful, 70 readings)
'The Invisible Band' is the third album offering from Travis following the debut album 'Good Feeling' and the top selling 'The Man Who'. The third release from the Glaswegian band offers no experimentation from the standard indie/pop that has served them so well in the past and to all intents and purposes continues in the same vein as 'The Man Who'. ----------------- Track-by-Track ----------------- 1. Sing - The album begins with ‘Sing’ which recently featured in the charts and entered the top 5. A very melodic track with classic guitars and chorus which is easy to sing along to. All ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/01, updated on 14/02/05 (Very useful, 240 readings)
I realised the other day that I hadn't bought a CD for a few months, I didn't blame myself for long as I remembered I didn't work in the music industry anymore (what are you on you have always worked in computers? - ED). I had been spending my spare cash on new DVD's and putting up with my older CD's for a while. The other week though I was sitting watching MTV in its varying guises and a few songs came up that I thought were quite good, the unbearably catchy Kylie "cant get you out of my head", a quality tune by the lovely Alicia Keys (but I cant remember which track it was I heard) and of course the fantastic "sing" by the bunch . Read the complete review
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