It was a long told rock and roll urban myth, Toadies made a record in 1997 entitled Feeler which was meant to be the follow up to the critically acclaimed, platinum selling Rubberneck. Alas, it was not meant to be. Toadies spent months writing, demeoing and finally recording thier follow up. When the label s response finally came, it wasn t exactly what the band had been expecting. Toadies guitarist Clark Vogler says We can't help but feel a bit of redemption releasing Feeler after Interscope decided it wasn't good enough and shelved it. We always thought it was going to be a good Toadies album, and since there were unfinished versions floating around on the Internet, it was important to us that people hear it as we meant it to be. Toadies recently re-united with Rob Schnapf, who co-produced both the Rubberneck and Hell Below/Stars Above albums. They've chosen their favorite songs (and a couple others that weren t actually recorded during the Feeler sessions) and are finally unleashing them on an unsuspecting world. Not exactly the album that might have been released as the follow-up to Rubberneck, but the album that SHOULD have been.
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