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.

Super Furry Animals / Bis @ The Forum, Tunbridge Wells

By |February 16th, 1996|0 Comments

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Triskedekaphilia – new comp LP from Ankst

By |September 21st, 1995|0 Comments


OUT TODAY..!
Triskedekaphilia is a collection of previously unreleased session tracks for Radio Cymru’s Heno Bydd Yr Adar Yn Canu between 1991 and 1995. The show, hosted by Nia Melville provided the first port of call for anyone interested in hearing the best in contemporary Welsh music. This collection features early appearances, rare tracks,cover versions and all sorts of strange sounds by your favourite Welsh language underground superstars!