Fuzzy Logic (Bonus Track Version)
Download links and information about Fuzzy Logic (Bonus Track Version) by Super Furry Animals. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 53:43 minutes.
|Artist:||Super Furry Animals|
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic|
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|1.||God! Show Me Magic||1:50|
|3.||Something 4 the Weekend||2:50|
|7.||If You Don’t Want Me to Destroy You||3:17|
|10.||Hangin’ With Howard Marks||4:20|
|12.||For Now and Ever||3:32|
|13.||Organ Yn Dy Geg||2:56|
|15.||Lazy Life (Of No Fixed Identity)||2:17|
|16.||Death By Melody||2:34|
|17.||Waiting to Happen||2:33|
Super Furry Animals are eclectic, to say the least. Fusing together pop melodies, psychedelia, and art rock with an impish, punky fury, the band cover more ground on their debut album, Fuzzy Logic, than most indie bands do in their entire career. However, the album works better as a series of moments than as a collection, mainly due to their overreaching ambition. Each song floats by on irresistible, catchy vocal harmonies, while the music alternates between glitzy overdriven guitars and sighing, sweeping keyboard, guitar, and string backdrops. Over these lush sonic beds, lead vocalist Gruff sings lyrics that are either mystical, nonsensical, or bizarrely funny — none of the songs make much literal sense, but that doesn't quite matter when the music is as free-spirited as this. The songs may start conventionally, but they'll be undercut by wild synthesizers and careening guitar solos, or off-kilter vocal melodies. Taken as individual moments — as the singles "God! Show Me Magic" (relatively straight-ahead punk-pop), "Hometown Unicorn" (gorgeous psychedelia), and "Something 4 the Weekend" (which finds the middle ground between the first two singles) prove — the music of Super Furry Animals is quite intoxicating, but when assembled together, they don't sustain momentum. However, the individual pleasures of each song become more apparent with each listen and Fuzzy Logic suggests that the group could blossom into something quite distinctive and utterly unique within a few albums.