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According to singer Gruff Rhys, Rise Of The Super Furry Animals “lifts the lid on the revolutionary, crazed and beautiful musical events and conversations” that occurred during the band’s 1990s…

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Facts about this album: * Super Furry Animals launched the download of ‘Dark Days/Light Years’ at the end of a special split-screen film they’d screened online about the making of…

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Lush harmonies and warm, fuzzy guitars aside, ‘The Gift That Keeps Giving’, the Super Furries’ free-to-fans Christmas Day download pressie, ain’t one of their best. We know SFA can do…

It is Welsh indie lore that Gruff Rhys can do whatever he wants. And if Gruff Rhys wants to take his Super Furry Animals and make a swooshing northern soul…

The gut feeling, on hearing ‘Let The Wolves Howl At The Moon’, the closer of the eighth studio album by Super Furry Animals, is one of disappointment. But before the…

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Poker: sport of kings, drunkards and fools, only ever played by illogically optimistic alcoholics with staggering debts. Obviously this writer is brilliant at it and knows that, when the chips…

Kaleidoscopic goggles in place? Oxygen tank filled with laughing gas and amyl nitrate? Feet strangely mutated into flippers? Then – SPLOOSH! GLUG! TWINKLE! – come with us on a voyage…

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‘Rings Around The World’ wafts in on the kind of heavy duty industry hype normally reserved for underwhelming Oasis albums. However, it pains this reviewer greatly to report that it’s…

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