Super Furry Animals – Gigography

By |February 19th, 2015|9 Comments

[Crud note: I lifted the pre-1999 list from a Super Furry fansite which has disappeared offline – it’s recorded here for prosperity and will remain so until I die – the posters and videos are from various sources – enjoy!]


By |July 6th, 2005|0 Comments


furry friends

(review guy salvador)

The first time for many years that the “Memo” in Barry has had a gig of any type of profile, and what a band to feature, Wales finest the “Super Furry Animals“! Who are playing the gig as a warm up for their upcoming festival dates.

SFA bring Rings Around The World

By |July 23rd, 2001|0 Comments

Rings Around the World is the fifth studio album and the major label debut by Super Furry Animals. Released oby Epic Records in the United Kingdom, it was the first album by any artist to be simultaneously released on both audio CD and DVD. The record reached number 3 in the UK Albums Chart and includes the singles “Juxtapozed with U”, “(Drawing) Rings Around the World” and “It’s Not the End of the World?”.

SFA play at home

By |August 1st, 1997|0 Comments

SFA release Fuzzy Logic

By |May 20th, 1996|0 Comments

Fuzzy Logic is the debut album by the Super Furry Animals. Recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, and released on the Creation label in May 1996, it was positively received by critics, who felt it was an eclectic if inconsistent mix of psychedelic music and glam rock, and was included in Q Magazine’s list of recordings of the year. It has retained a modest respect among some critics; it was listed in Q’s “Best British Albums Ever” in July 2004, and is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
It contains two top 20 hits in “If You Don’t Want Me to Destroy You” and “Something 4 the Weekend”; it also contains the singles “God! Show Me Magic” and “Hometown Unicorn”. It reached #23 in the UK Albums Chart on release.