Cherrytree/Interscope Records 
Fire Note Says: Bad Fire Note - What were we waiting on?
Everyone has deadlines to make and I clearly missed this one. I have been playing the crap out of Feist’s third album The Reminder and totally forgot to write about it. Plain and simple, The Reminder is one of catchiest and most memorable albums of 2007 that delivers a perfect balance of rock, folk, and electronic danceable pop, which will win you over after just one spin. Love ‘em or hate ‘em the iPod commercials can sell music and an artist in 30 seconds. The good news is that for the most part Apple has good taste and the explosion of “1234” on the airwaves beats anything the American Idols or Britney can spin out so it is great to see that level of exposure for Feist - She is worth every second. Feist is at the top of her game with The Reminder and coming from an indie background and working projects with Broken Social Scene, Kings Of Convenience and a multitude of other notable groups, just gives her songs that extra edge and excitement because they retain an indie vibe. The main winning element of The Reminder is its laid back and relaxing feel. Feist just effortlessly serves up great vocals and rhythms that make the album worth every minute you spend with it and a crime if you don’t hit repeat.
Key Tracks: "I Feel It All", "1234", "My Moon My Man"
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Official Feist Website
Feist Info [Allmusic]
-Reviewed by Natalie Colibri