Scot Sax managed to sustain a solo career after the breakup of '90s alt-rockers Wanderlust, but he was bitten by the bug to start another band by the start of 2001. Sax hooked up with guitarist Billy Alexander, bassist Mark Getten, and drummer Dave Shaffer around the same time, and by the summer they had formed a group. Nameless for a short time, the Los Angeles foursome played around the Southern California area and started to garner label interest due to their energetic shows. Curb Records signed the group by the spring of the next year, and the name Feel finally stuck as they recorded their eponymous debut. The album was released in the fall of 2002, unveiling their pop/rock sound for the very first time on CD. ~ Bradley TorreanoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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