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Exhibit A album for sale by Features was released Sep 14, 2004 on the Universal Distribution label. The Features serve up energetic rock from the get-go on their full-length debut, Exhibit A. Guitars and upbeat tempos drive this rock against Matt Pelham's emotional vocals and Parrish Yaw's deep synths, a feature that really adds a wonderful, subtle texture to the 34-minute album Exhibit A CD music. Roger Dabbs on bass and Rollum Haas on drums provide the steady backbone and edge to the punkish tracks "Exhibit A" and "The Way It's Meant to Be," while keyboards flourish on the '60s garage-y, country vibe of "Me & the Skirts." The influence of XTC shines through on tracks "There's a Million Ways to Sing the Blues" and "The Idea of Growing Old," each sounding like an outtake from Skylarking. Exhibit A CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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When I listen to the Features it makes me feel really good. I love the lyrics and I want to sing "Idea of growing old" at my wedding.
By Molly_R_Hamilton (Jackson, MI, USA)
||Best of '04|
Seriously this was the best pop-rock album I heard in 2004, and is probably one of my favourite albums of the decade so far. Its all down to the songwriting, one of the catchiest records you could ever wish to hear. Strong musicians too, the keyboards take the songs into another dimension.
By Mark (Sheffield, England)
This is an unbelievably good debut album. All the songs on it are hits with the highlights being "blow it out" and "idea of growing old". Bring on album number two!!!!
By Alex (Bristol, U.K)
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Exhibit A songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6768989|
|Release Date||Sep 14, 2004|
|Producer||Craig Krampf; Michael McCarthy; The Features; Craig Krampf; The Feathers|
|Engineer||Michael McCarthy; Michael McCarthy|
|Recording Time||32 minutes|
|Personnel||Matthew Pelham - vocals, guitar|
Parrish Yaw - keyboards
Roger Dabbs - bass instrument
Rollum Haas - drums