Promise Ring: Nothing Feels Good

Promise Ring SKU: 35949206
Promise Ring: Nothing Feels Good

Promise Ring: Nothing Feels Good

Promise Ring SKU: 35949206

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Nothing Feels Good
Artist: Promise Ring
Label: Epitaph
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 045778211418
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. On their 1997 release The Promise Ring made emo more accessible, which laid the groundwork for the commercially successful acts that would follow. The band showed it doesn't always have to be such a pity party, and that catharsis can come in many forms, particularly in the naively optimistic power-pop of Nothing Feels Good. The pioneering band walked the line between brusque sentimentality and uplifting hooks, making them emo's first pop emissaries. Cheap Trick for hardcore kids. If Fountains of Wayne, Sebadoh, and Jonathan Richman had an emo love-child, Nothing Feels Good might be it's name. The record was a high point for many fans of the band, and is considered one of the pillars of the genre. Perhaps because of this light-hearted yet concentrated approach, Nothing Feels Good landed with the kind of fanfare that hadn't been seen for a band from emo's sophomore class, selling over 50,000 records in it's initial run. Considering a good run for some of their peers was around 10,000 to 15,000 albums, Nothing Feels Good was veritable emo-platinum.

Tracks:
1.1 Is This Thing On?
1.2 Perfect Lines
1.3 Red ; Blue Jeans
1.4 Why Did Ever We Meet
1.5 Make Me a Chevy
1.6 How Nothing Feels
2.1 A Broken Tenor
2.2 Rasberry Rush
2.3 Nothing Feels Good
2.4 Pink Chimneys
2.5 B Is for Bethlehem
2.6 Forget Me
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