James’ Shamelessly Nostalgic A-Z Of Albums That He Liked To Listen To When He Was Young – Part 6: Fuzzy Logic

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And so on to day 6 of this alphabetised meander through the musical memories of my youth.

And what the ‘F’ have we got today?


F is for Fuzzy Logic


The Super Furry Animals were a Welsh band, who sometimes had the audacity to sing in Welsh, but the commercial nous to mostly sing in English, which presumably did help them sell more records.

Not that they were ever a huge commercial success but they did have a solid fan base throughout the UK. Wales was, understandably, where they enjoyed their biggest following though.

As it happens, Wales was where I grew up, mostly in the nineties, and I loved them.

Not because they were Welsh, I rarely take a particularly patriotic position when it comes to my musical tastes, but because they were actually pretty good.

They were probably a bit too quirky to ever trouble the mainstream, but they didn’t ever seem too bothered by that fact, releasing the kinds of records that seemed to please themselves for the most part.

They knew their way around a melody though.

‘Fuzzy Logic’ was their debut effort in 1996 and, while perhaps not their most accomplished work, is my favourite album, and of all their releases, it’s the one that invokes the most nostalgia.

Mostly memories of underage drinking and of my friends and I singing the chorus of the opening track of the album ‘God! Show Me Magic” loudly on our way home from the pub.

But my favourite track is the first single they released from the album, the delightfully-named ‘Hometown Unicorn’.

  5 comments for “James’ Shamelessly Nostalgic A-Z Of Albums That He Liked To Listen To When He Was Young – Part 6: Fuzzy Logic

  1. April 7, 2020 at 11:34 am

    The Super Furry Animals ? Now you’re just screwing with me…

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  2. April 7, 2020 at 2:43 pm

    That should make a nice coat.

    Liked by 1 person

    • April 7, 2020 at 5:56 pm

      Wrong on so many levels


  3. Bryntin
    April 7, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    Oh yes… ‘They knew their way around a melody’ with hooks and beautiful chord changes aplenty…
    Pressing some great buttons for me James.

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