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F.E.A.R. has a novel idea for lyrical content.

Every sentence is made up of words that start with F, E, A and R. Yes, it may be blindingly obvious when you read the lyrics online, but I managed to listen to the track a fair number of times before it struck home.

I just thought F.E.A.R. was a cool way of writing 'Fear' and Mr Brown was spitting out random gibberish. Which I now know is actually pretty varied gibberish, considering the restrictions of using F, E, A and R in that order to make your sentences.

F.E.A.R. hit number 13 in the fickle land of The UK Top 40, in September 2001.