Turn (Feeder song)

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"Turn"
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Single by Feeder
from the album Echo Park
Released 2001
Format
Recorded Late 2000
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:30
Label Echo
Writer(s)
Producer(s)
Feeder singles chronology
"Seven Days in the Sun"
(2001)
"Turn"
(2001)
"Piece by Piece"
(2001)

"Turn" was Feeder's third UK single to be taken from the Echo Park album. It reached #27 in the UK Singles Chart, and led to the Echo Park album re-entering the top 75 due to the pre-release airplay and stocking of the single on release week. It was also the band's third successive top 30 single, the first time this had happened in their career.

The track called "Come Back Around" on CD1 is not the same song as the single from "Comfort In Sound", released a year later but a totally different song. When "Come Back Around" was mentioned as a new single, there was an initial confusion among fans thinking it was a new version of the same song. The title track related to Grant Nicholas's experiences of being away while on tour.

Track listing[edit]

CD1[edit]

  1. "Turn"
  2. "Come Back Around"
  3. "Bring It Home"
  4. "Turn" (video)

CD2[edit]

  1. "Turn" (radio edit)
  2. "Bad Hair Day"
  3. "The Making of Echo Park"

MC[edit]

  1. "Turn" (radio edit)
  2. "Bring It Home"
  3. "San Diego"

7" vinyl (Dark Purple)[edit]

  1. "Turn" (radio edit)
  2. "Come Back Around"

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