Super Furry Animals - Phantom Phorce download album
Phantom Power is the sixth album by Welsh indie rock band Super Furry Animals, released on 21 July 2003 by Epic Records in the United Kingdom. The record was originally conceived as a ten-song concept album using D-A-D-D-A-D guitar tuning, but the band chose to abandon this idea during recording as they didn't want to constrain themselves. The group did attempt to create a "more coherent" album than their past efforts by choosing songs which worked well together.
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The narration from supposed executive producer and album savior Kurt Stern gives Phantom Phorce an Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake, childhood storytelling quality bringing the various mixes together and greatly enhancing the playfulness and fun of the album.
By: Super Furry Animals (2003, Electronic). 4. Sex, War & Robots. 5. The Piccolo Snare.
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Super Furry Animals - Phantom Power (2003).
Super Furry Animals, United Kingdom, Cardiff - Wales. Album Information : Title: Phantom Phorce. Release Date:2004-07-13. Genre:Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative Rock. Label:BEGGARS GROUP .
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Super Furry Animals showed their first grey hairs on last year's Phantom Power. It wasn't quite a Humbert Humbert freakout, but the signs of aging had finally become visible. For me- and if you check the archives here you'll find the opposing point well-represented- Phantom Power showed a band giving into time. Continuously pushing boundaries throughout their decade-long run, it seemed the band had finally worn themselves out, and maybe grown a bit too content with their resting place. The tacked-on electronic bewitchery at the end of "The Piccolo Snare" exemplified the change: In contrast to its fellow album cuts, it was detectably forced- just a tossed-off nugget for the tech-heads that SFA has always depended on. So, following Phantom Power, perhaps it's only proper for a band so dependent on rebirth to allow others a chance to succeed where they've failed: in distorting the past.