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|2. Atomik Lust|
|3. The Horn|
|4. Ohio Heat|
|5. Walk You Home|
|6. Lazer Beam|
|8. Oi Frango|
|10. Back On A Roll|
|12. Cabin Fever|
Love Kraft is immense in scope, with more than half its 12 tracks featuring swooning string arrangements (courtesy of unofficial Furry and sometime High Llama, Sean OHagan), as well the odd appearance from a 100-strong mixed voice Catalan choir. Strangely though, for a record thats ended up so large, the initial "concept" was deliberately scaled back by producer Mario Caldato (Beastie Boys and the guy who mixed Phantom Power).
Love Kraft is nothing if not a sophisticated piece of work. As the seventh and ultimate (but not as in last) Super Furry Animals album, it is the sound of them growing up, with not a tank, yeti or inflatable bear in sight.
The single, "Lazer Beam", is something of a red herring--an upbeat, funky number that sees frontman Gruff Rhys unveil his "radical new vision", which appealingly, includes the pledge "no more romantic comedies!" While the pace is generally slow, however, this is an album peppered with gems. Aliens land on the glorious "Psyclone!", which uses strings from guesting High Llamas man Sean OHagan to excellent effect, while the languid "Frequency" is comprised of lyrics written in what frontman Gruff Rhys refers to as "Blairspeak". Rhys gives up the microphone, however, for what turns out to be two album highlights: "Atomic Lust", which sees drummer Daf Ieuwan cooing "Lets get our shit together" over sudden explosions of guitar and pounded, one-note piano; and guitarist Bunfs goofy, comical "Back On A Roll". --Louis Pattison
I have to agree about the Sacd version. I had not heard the sfa before but bought the Sacd out of curiosity, and have to say that it's amazing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. S. Dyer
I got this cheep on line and it as a very good recording amazing music and sounds grate in surround sound with an excellent midrange on this SACD IF YOU LIKE 70S PROGRESIVE ROCK... Read morePublished 13 months ago by cityman
Recommended! Great album that I would urge everyone to buy. A Classic Artist. Superb Mastering,packaging, everything! Buy this now, its great value...Published 15 months ago by Mark H
I bought this CD very cheap I thought and it's great it's also in SACD so for me even betterPublished 17 months ago by stephen downton
Never previously heard anything by Super Furry Animals, and bought this SACD quite by chance. When it arrived - shock!horror! Read morePublished on 26 Feb. 2013 by M. Keen
It is a complete mystery why this SACD is not selling. Even if you don't like the music, one can buy this album for the sound alone. Smooth bass,overall very well SAD layer. Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2012 by L. Wubbolt
Super fury animals (sacd) for £3 with delivery now that's amazing! Love the album and sound quality is spot on for all you audio filesPublished on 21 July 2012 by Ginger
I've only recently became a Super Furry Animals, i own Love Kraft, Rings Around The World and Songbook, most recently i bought Fuzzy Logic, and the leap from fuzzy logic to rings... Read morePublished on 9 April 2007 by Mr. Marcus Cant
I have been following SFA for some time now and really enjoy a number of their albums including Mwng, Radiator, Guerilla, Rings around the World and, especially, Phantom Power. Read morePublished on 5 Oct. 2006 by J Bouvary