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Super Furry Animals Announce 20th Anniversary 'Radiator' Reissue, Share Smiths Cover

Monday, 19 June 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Super Furry Animals will release a 20th anniversary edition of 'Radiator' next month.

As well as the remastered record, the re-release will contain b-sides, alternate versions of tracks and previously unreleased demos. It will arrive on July 28. Speaking about it on their Facebook page, the band said:

“For three, contented months we lived in a house in constant earshot of military aircraft, to make ‘Radiator’ the album that it was. The original album sounded great when we emerged from our exile on Anglesey, and still does, but technology moves with the times and now we can hear it in higher-resolution, as nature intended. We’ve forgotten as much as we ever knew, so the rarities, demos and b-sides on the second disc are as much a surprise to us as they are to you.”

Check out their cover of the Smiths' The Boy With The Thorn In His Side below.





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