The Invisible Band (Remastered) Travis
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- 1Sing (Remastered 2021)03:48
- 2Dear Diary (Remastered 2021)02:57
- 3Side (Remastered 2021)03:59
- 4Pipe Dreams (Remastered 2021)04:05
- 5Flowers In The Window (Remastered 2021)03:41
- 6The Cage (Remastered 2021)03:05
- 7Safe (Remastered 2021)04:23
- 8Follow The Light (Remastered 2021)03:08
- 9Last Train (Remastered 2021)03:16
- 10Afterglow (Remastered 2021)04:06
- 11Indefinitely (Remastered 2021)03:52
- 12The Humpty Dumpty Love Song (Remastered 2021)05:02
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Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the multi-platinum album The Invisible Band, the original album has been remastered by GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer Emily Lazar and features the hit singles, “Sing,” “Flowers in the Window,” and “Side.”
The Man Who’s success may have seemed impossible to build upon, but when it came to crafting a follow-up, Travis’ natural composure became their greatest asset.
Returning to the studio with The Man Who’s co-producer Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck, Paul McCartney) they crafted a near-perfect 45-minute album praised by Q magazine for having some of “the best and most fully crafted” songs of their career to date. Lead single ‘Sing’ remains their highest-charting single in the UK (No.3), while its follow-ups, ‘Side’ and ‘Flowers In The Window’, saw the band consolidate their indie-pop formula, helping The Invisible Band to match its predecessor’s No.1 position in the UK, while taking Travis into the US Top 40 & Top 10 in Germany, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, France, Italy & Norway.
"After the momentous success achieved with their sophomore effort (The Man Who), Travis' return to melodic rock & roll with The Invisible Band is once again personal and earnest. Having spent most of 2000 supporting Oasis and playing their own headlining gigs in the States, Travis remained humble while collecting a dozen solid tracks for another album, most of them plucked from Fran Healy's own humming and tinkering around with an acoustic. The Invisible Band finds Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck, Neil Finn) mixing and mastering again, and vulnerability found within these songs is what makes Travis a decent band. They are not afraid to be catchy and they're certainly suckers for a sweet love tune. But Travis is conscious of the unconscious and reflects any kind of lyrical emotion. Debut single "Sing" is charming while addressing inhibitions within a relationship. The banjo is a nice touch, for it becomes a mainstay throughout and adds a slightly different touch versus the simplicities of an acoustic. "Side" and "Flowers in the Window" are instantly endearing with their Beatlesque hooks, but "The Humpty Dumpty Love Song" is Travis' finest moment of musical clarity with Healy's heart on his sleeve. Written while on tour with Oasis, "The Humpty Dumpty Love Song" reflects a hero's fading fervor of love lost -- "All the kings horses and all the kings men/Couldn't pull my heart back together again/All the physicians and mathematicians too/Failed to stop my heart from breaking in two." Indeed, Travis is the basic man's poets and The Invisible Band plays toward the simplicities of humility. They've done it again, but with more internal charisma. The Man Who took them from indie angst to melodic humdrum. The Invisible Band perfects the ever-changing growth within the band for something great." (MacKenzie Wilson, AMG)
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