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Download links and information about Guerilla by Super Furry Animals. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:05 minutes.

Artist: Super Furry Animals
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:05
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No. Title Length
1. Check It Out 1:26
2. Do or Die 1:59
3. The Turning Tide 2:49
4. Northern Lites 3:29
5. Night Vision 4:41
6. Wherever I Lay My Phone (That’s My Home) 5:24
7. A Specific Ocean 0:51
8. Some Things Come from Nothing 5:53
9. The Door to This House Remains Open 4:17
10. The Teacher 2:31
11. Fire In My Heart 2:45
12. The Sound of Life Today 0:22
13. Chewing Chewing Gum 4:49
14. Keeping the Cosmic Trigger Happy 10:31
15. This, That and the Other 5:49
16. Missunderstanding 3:23
17. Ms Spector 3:02
18. Rabid Dog 3:45
19. The Matter of Time 5:46
20. Colorblind 3:33



One of the most extraordinary and overlooked bands of the late 1990s, Welsh group Super Furry Animals never reached the levels of attention garnered by Brit-pop contemporaries Pulp and Blur, yet their third album remains a high-water mark of late 1990s rock music. An animated and highly imaginative amalgam of guitar crunch, crafted pop, and electronic samples, the Super Furries turn in silver-surfing visions of punk (“Do Or Die”), explosive rock’n’roll disco (“Wherever I Lay My Phone (That’s My Home)”), and delicately-orchestrated ballads (“The Turning Tide”). On “Some Things Come From Nothing” and “The Door to This House Remains Open,” the band takes the intricate electronica of Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada and turns it into poignant pop. Every song is rendered with Stereolab’s attention to aural detail, and Brian Wilson’s immaculate sense of melody and optimism. And even when the band’s experimentalism is at its peak, Gruff Rhys’ shaggy dog voice keeps the proceedings down to earth. The band’s indelible hooks and sonic vistas culminate on “Northern Lights,” as colorful and enchanting a pop song as a rock band has ever written.