Super Furry Animals


#121

Meh, but also SFA, so I’m still all over it.


#122

Yep. Unsurprising but a bit disappointing.


#123

JUST THE TWO HUNDRED QUID FOR THE DELUXE SET THEN

(still got one)


#124

Looks like the bare minimum effort has been put in for the CD so I’ll just wait till it’s in the shops rather than drop £20 and a delivery premium on top via Pledge.


#125

I’m a bit of a fairweather fan so not sure if there’s a story behind it, but have the first two EPs been written out of history completely? Always fancied giving them a listen but they don’t seem to have turned up on the reissues.


#126

Most of the stuff on them was on other releases from memory - the Out Spaced B-Sides compilation would probably help out. Worst case, PM me.


#127

You can still buy the Llanfair…(In Space) EP from Ankst Records for a fiver. Not Moog Droog though unfortunately.
ankst.net/


#128

Rings Around The World vinyl reissue just got announced - already up for pre-order. Looks like it’s got all the bells and whistles that the original had: bonus 7 inch, the side that plays inside-out, the locked groove etc etc etc. Sound of Vinyl have a nice purple edition (1500 copies) available too. Go go go!!


#129

30 quid…bleugh (and missing the delicious b-sides)


#130

Have the original :man_shrugging:


#131

Looks like this was licensed to Music On Vinyl (presumably by Sony) without the band’s knowledge. They’re planning a ‘proper’ remastered and expanded reissue for the album’s 20th anniversary.


#132

Wouldn’t that be 2021 though…


#133

Yeah. Sony / MOV have beaten them to it.


#134

Notable b sides from that era?


#135

Tradewinds
Roman Road
Happiness is a Worn Pun
Some absolute classics around that time


#136

‘All The Shit U Do’ and ‘Edam Anchorman’ are fucking great.


#137

remember really liking the video for that


#138

Presumably a Guerilla re issue next year too?


#139

Edam Anchorman is honestly one of their best songs. Still can’t believe how much amazing stuff they relegated to B-sides even all these years later.


#140

I remember reading an interview with Gruff Rhys where he said that he wrote about fifty songs for the album.