Super Furry Animals - The Starfish, Vancouver, BC - September 30, 1999 album download
|1||Wherever I Lay My Phone (That's My Home)|
|4||Do Or Die|
|5||She's Got Spies|
|6||The Turning Tide|
|7||Play It Cool|
|8||The International Language Of Screaming|
|10||God! Show Me Magic|
|11||Some Things Come From Nothing|
|15||Ice Hockey Hair|
|16||The Man Don't Give A Fuck|
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The discography of Super Furry Animals, a Welsh indie rock band, consists of nine studio albums, four extended plays, twenty three singles and three video albums.
Super Furry Animals are a Welsh rock band formed in Cardiff in 1993. Since their formation, the band has consisted of Gruff Rhys (lead vocals, guitar), Huw Bunford (lead guitar, vocals), Guto Pryce (bass guitar), Cian Ciaran (keyboards, synthesisers, various electronics, occasional guitar, vocals) and Dafydd Ieuan (drums, vocals). Actor Rhys Ifans is a former member.
Super Furry Animals subsequently released the EP Ice Hockey Hair in 1998, which has been referred to by some critics as their finest record. Featuring the finely-tuned lyrical aesthetic of Rhys alongside progressive-beats and apt samples, the EP reached No. 12 in the charts and became a favourite amongst fans. The collection of B-sides Out Spaced arrived in November 1998, and marked the beginning of the band’s more experimental and ambitious phase. The band signed with Epic Records after Creation's demise and released the albums Rings Around the World and Phantom Power, both of which charted with the UK Top 15.
The full tracklisting for Super Furry Animals at the BBC has also been revealed, with fans able to finally own an official recording of presumed lost track, DX Heaven, which was shelved during the band’s Guerilla sessions at Real World studios in 1999. The BBC sessions were performed in support of the releases of their first album, Fuzzy Logic and follow ups Radiator, Guerilla, Mwng and Rings Around the World. Super Furry Animals at the BBC full tracklisting: MARK RADCLIFFE SESSION, RECORDED 1ST APRIL 1996 A1.
Super Furry Animals Setlist at Worthy Farm, Pilton, England. Replace duplicate setlist. Delete invalid setlist. Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: Glastonbury Festival 1999 setlists. Super Furry Animals Gig Timeline. Super Furry Animals King's Hall, Belfast - Jun 22, 1999 Jun 22 1999. Super Furry Animals Point Theatre, Dublin - Jun 23, 1999 Jun 23 1999. Super Furry Animals Glastonbury Festival 1999 - Jun 26, 1999 Jun 26 1999.
Super Furry Animals (aka the gift that keeps on giving) have announced the band are nearly finished their ninth album proper. In an online statement, the Furries tell us their latest will be "based around riffs and grooves we've been playing around with over the last few years," adding that the band have decided to "leave off the acoustic ballads for.
A new version of Last. Super Furry Animals Songbook vol. 1. Overview (current section).
Super Furry Animals singles chronology. Fire in My Heart" (1999). The Super Furry Animals had originally intended to issue the song "Wherever I Lay My Phone (That's My Home)" as the third single from Guerrilla but, on returning from an American tour in 1999, found that their record company, Creation, had not done any work regarding the release