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British pop-metal} outfit Feeder} was formed in London by singer/guitarist Grant Nicholas} and drummer Jon Lee}, who first teamed in the Welsh band Temper Temper}. Originally dubbed Reel}, the new group's lineup was complete with the addition of Tokyo-born bassist Taka Hirose}. After signing to Echo} in 1995, Feeder} issued their debut EP, Two Colours}, followed by the six-track Swim}; a series of well-received singles -- "Stereo World,"} "Tangerine,"} and "Cement"} -- expanded the trio's fan base further, and in mid-1997 they launched their full-length debut, Polythene}. The hit "Day In, Day Out"} preceded the release of Feeder}'s sophomore effort, 1999's Yesterday Went Too Soon}. Despite not catching on in America, Feeder} maintained their popularity in Europe. In 2001, after touring the world relentlessly, Feeder} achieved their breakthrough hit in the U.K. with "Buck Rogers."} The first single from the band's third album, Echo Park}, eventually hit number five on the charts. Before the year's end, the band scored another Top 20 hit with the Just a Day} EP and hit the road with the Stereophonics}. Tracks for a fourth album were already in the works when tragedy struck. Founding member Jon Lee} committed suicide in his Miami home in early January 2002. He was 33. Nicholas} and Hirose} saw it fit to continue with Feeder}, and they resumed recording with former Skunk Anansie} drummer Mark Richardson} behind the kit. The Gil Norton}-produced Comfort in Sound} was released the following October. In August 2004, Feeder} issued a fan-friendly B-sides collection called Picture of Perfect Youth}, and Norton} was again behind the boards for the Pushing the Senses} LP, which followed in 2005. A year later, with tours of Japan and Europe under their belts, Feeder} released The Singles} in mid-2006. The career-spanning release collected 20 tracks from the band's five previous albums and a brand new track entitled "Lost & Found."} Select shows in Milan, Berlin, and London opening for the Rolling Stones} followed that summer. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide

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