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|1. Check It Out|
|2. Do Or Die|
|3. The Turning Tide|
|4. Northern Lites|
|5. Night Vision|
|6. Wherever I Lay My Phone (That's My Home)|
|7. A Specific Ocean|
|8. Some Things Come From Nothing|
|9. The Door To This House Remains Open|
|10. The Teacher|
|11. Fire In My Heart|
|12. The Sound Of Life Today|
|13. Chewing Chewing Gum|
|14. Keep The Cosmic Trigger Happy|
The Super Furry Animals real talent lies in their ability to combine upbeat pop elements with the avant garde.
I was pleasantly surprised that they know how to keep an album varied and precise, and that this album includes a good mix of soft and loud songs.
I'm a huge fan of the furries and can honestly say they will always keep suprising me with the most amazing music.
honestly, i have been a die hard fan of this band for many, many years, from the beginning, and this is one of their best albums, next to radiator (my all time favorite)! Read morePublished on September 23, 2006 by Nicole M. Kranz
Tezcatlipoca said it better than anyone in Europe that I have heard thusfar, and they even get radio airplay over there. Read morePublished on April 21, 2006 by The PROjectors
Super Furry Animals are something more than words. Each track here sounds so unique, that there's one or two that someone's going to like. Read morePublished on April 20, 2004 by alexander laurence
Very awesome album, people.
I especially like the more electronic-sounding tracks ("Wherever I Lay My Phone", "The Door to This House Remains Open"-- they'll definitely... Read more
The Super Furries have yet to dissapoint me. Every album to this point (including Phantom power) has been an incredible platter of outstanding songs, thoughtful lyrics and... Read morePublished on August 22, 2003 by "unterbdr"
I love getting new cd's, especially when they're as good as this one. Just when I thought I knew this cd like the back of my hand I found out about a hidden track called... Read morePublished on February 9, 2003 by Stuart T.
What to say of SFA? That they're brilliant? OK. They're (let's face it) a little "off"? Umm, yeah. Read morePublished on March 29, 2002 by wordnat
The best albums, they say, grow on you. This one certainly does. I was unsure about the musical wizardry and electronic gizmos on this album at first. Read morePublished on December 13, 2001 by Silk