Question thats bugged me about "Jumper" Since Childhood
First of all, thank you SO much for this opportunity to ask you a question.
Third Eye Blind was my FAVORITE childhood band, and the debut album was permanently glued to my CD player at the time. It's all I listened to day in and day out. Honestly, no exaggaration.
I only have one question, something that's been on my mind since childhood. At around 3:30 on the track "Jumper", right after the guitar solo, the chorus is about to kick right in and there is a feedback noise as if a microphone got too close to some speakers.
"Can you put the past awa-NOISE"
Was this intentional? Did you mean to do this? Was it even actually a mic feedback noise? What's the story behind this "Sound". It's honestly haunted me since childhood.
No joke, at school when we had "show and tell" I used to bring in the third eye blind self titled album and point out the "mistake" to all my friends to prove how much I had listened to the CD. Any light you could shed on this would be awesome!
I can't believe I finally can know the answer to this riddle. Once in a lifetime opportunity.