Guerrilla (studio album) by Super Furry Animals

Guerrilla by Super Furry Animals
Year: 1999
Overall rank: 8,588th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
75/100 (from 79 votes)
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Award Top albums of 1999 (142nd)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (1,544th)
Award Best albums of all time (8,588th)
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Super Furry Animals bestography

Guerrilla is ranked 6th best out of 13 albums by Super Furry Animals on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Super Furry Animals is Rings Around The World which is ranked number 1823 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 932.

Super Furry Animals album bestography « Higher ranked (8,289th) This album (8,588th) Lower ranked (10,366th) »
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From 08/15/2016 03:11
Favoritas: Fire In My Heart, Some Things Come From Nothing, The Turning Tide
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From 12/19/2011 19:18
Super Furry Animals never really got back the magic which made their debut so special. Everything on it sounded like a potential single and they were press darlings who people couldn't' quite pin point. As much acoustic as they are in writing rough and ready electric guitar riffage, they had potential for a HUGE group. Like breaking America huge. However it was 1996 when their debut came and by the time of subsequent releases America was getting pretty tired of the UK and their parka jackets. No hamburgers and hospital bills for you Super Furries! Coming in after 'Radiator' this is a lot stron... no no I'm sorry. I have to get this off my chest. Who names an album 'Radiator' seriously... it's just. Go on Wikipedia. Go right now and look. There was an album named 'Radiator'! What were they thinking!? Do you want your new bands in search of Beatlemania to name songs 'Office Supplies' or 'Desk Lamp'. Ah, forget it. Lot my diverse than previous album. 'Northern Lites' is an ice cold coca cola commercial waiting to happen with hooks as dangerous as black ice. The band try new ground with relative ease. 'Night Vision' starts like a song off Raw Power or something equally dirty. 'Some Things Come From Nothing' has this strange electronic thing which sounds like it came from a SNES game. Sound relatively okay both do. No where near the level of 'Northern Lites'. In fact, the album does get off to a bad start and the latter half isn't much to cheer about. Hooks are present but it can be a little dull. 'Fire In The Heart' isn't the most original song but well crafted none the less. What's the Super Furries? There is chewing gum stuck in my hair? Well alright then n... woooooah! It's suddenly got all exciting! Hmm... maybe there are surprising parts on this album then. Good and large collection of songs. See what you fancy.
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From 11/15/2011 19:20
There are some excellent songs on this album, including The Turning Tide, Northern Lites and Keep The Cosmic Trigger Happy. But there are also some not so good songs that I just don't like, including Whever I Lay My Phone (That's My Home), Some Things Come From Nothing and The Door To This House Remains Open. As a Super Furries fan, I must say that this is their weakest album. But don't be put off by this album, as Radiator, Love Kraft and Hey Venus! are all amazing albums.
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From 05/09/2011 19:08
should be called: "A Guide to writing 15-16 perfect pop songs".
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