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Super Furry Animals To Release Yeti Fur Filled Box Set Version Of BBC Sessions Compilation

Thursday, 11 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Yes, you read that right. Clippings of fur from the Yeti outfits worn by Super Furry Animals for their 2003 hit, Golden Retriever, have been embedded into vinyl records, forming super limited versions of their forthcoming BBC sessions compilation.

Released on November 23 via Strangetown Records and limited to 100 copies, handfuls of Yeti fur have made their way to Gotta Groove Records, in Cleveland, Ohio, where its been pressed into 'Super Furry Animals at the BBC' plastic for just a few lucky fans to get their hands on.

Clear vinyl discs showing off the encased Yeti fur will form the fifth, bonus disc of the limited edition box set version, containing three songs from the band’s homecoming show at the Cardiff Indoor Arena in 1999. Genuine, stage-worn fur from the Furries' outfits will also be included in 500 numbered and hand-stamped envelopes, each containing a lock cut from the suits, available with both versions of vinyl box set.

Head here to order the box set from 7am on October 12. In the meantime, keep scrolling to check out the 'Super Furry Animals at the BBC' tracklist, which includes an unreleased track, DX Heaven, an ethereal, bleepy composition left off 1999's 'Guerrilla' and later recorded for John Peel. There's also an artist's impression of the limited edition, fur-inlayed clear vinyl.

'Super Furry Animals at the BBC'
 
Mark Radcliffe Session, Recorded April 1 1996
A1. God! Show Me Magic
A2. Frisbee
A3. Hometown Unicorn
A4. Focus Pocus/Debiel

Evening Session, Recorded April 10 1996
B1. Something For The Weekend
B2. Hangin' With Howard Marks
B3. If You Don't Want Me To Destroy You
B4. God! Show Me Magic

Evening Session, Recorded August 11 1997
C1. The International Language of Screaming
C2. Torra Fy Ngwallt Yn Hir
C3. Play It Cool
C4. Demons
C5. Calimero

John Peel Session, Recorded March 24 1998
CH1. The Teacher
CH2. Phire in my Heart
CH3. Thue Turning Tide
CH4. Y Teimlad

Evening Session, Recorded June 2 1999
D1. Night Vision
D2. Some Things Come From Nothing
D3. Fire In My Heart
D4. Blerwytirhwng?

John Peel Session, Recorded March 1 2000
DD1. DX Heaven
DD2. Ymaelody À'r Ymylon
DD3. Y Gwyneb Iau
DD4. Charge

Evening Session, Recorded May 29 2001
E1. (Drawing) Rings Around the World
E2. Fragile Happiness
E3. The Warmth of the Sun
E4. Run! Christian, Run!

Live At Peel Acres, Recorded July 12 2001
F1. (A) Touch Sensitive
F2. Zoom
F3. Nythod Cacwn
F4. Run! Christian, Run! 
F5. Fragile Happiness

SFA Mash Up The CIA, Recorded December 20 1999 (Super Limited Vinyl, CD and Digital only)
FF1. Wherever I Lay My Phone (That's My Home)
FF2. Bad Behaviour
FF3. God! Show My Magic





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