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Download links and information about Radiator by Super Furry Animals. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:03:00 minutes.

Artist: Super Furry Animals
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:03:00
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No. Title Length
1. Furryvision 1:24
2. The Placid Casual 2:49
3. The International Language of Screaming 2:14
4. Demons 5:11
5. Short Painkiller 0:38
6. She's Got Spies 4:43
7. Play It Cool 3:14
8. Hermann Loves Pauline 4:43
9. Chupacabras 1:26
10. Torra Fy Ngwallt Yn Hir 1:54
11. Bass Tuned to D.E.A.D. 3:20
12. Down a Different River 5:37
13. Download 3:19
14. Mountain People 6:17
15. Mu-Tron 3:16
16. No K 2:12
17. Foxymusic 3:49
18. Hit & Run 3:29
19. Wrap It Up 3:25



As the mania over Britpop subsided, Super Furry Animals seized the moment and reintroduced themselves to the world with Radiator. With Fuzzy Logic SFA crafted a smart, snappy debut that set these peculiar Welshmen apart from the Britpop mob scene, but Radiator expanded the crafty melodies of its predecessor into surround-sound vistas. The album’s kaleidoscope vision comes quickly into focus with “The Placid Casual,” which compresses the dynamic sonic experiments of Brian Eno and Yes into a perfectly-paced three minute pop song. Washed in studio wizardry, Radiator adopts all the best aspects of Seventies rock and pop music without any of dim-witted pomposity. The album shows traces of the Beach Boys, Pink Floyd, Electric Light Orchestra, Rush, Neil Young, and Abba, without ever resorting to mimicry. Radiator is fully powered by the Super Furries’ own eccentric and optimistic worldview, and the album’s classic songs—“She’s Got Spies,” “The International Language of Screaming,” “Chupacabras”—offer fresh air in every listen.