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4.8 out of 5 stars
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Fuzz
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on 21 January 2016
Not many albums deserve the 5 stars in my book. This one deserves 6. A proper kick up the back side your record collection needs. Riff after fu***ng riff of distorted bliss. They're influenced by the best, They are the best. Ladies and Gentlemen I give you . . . 'Fuzz'!!!!
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on 5 July 2015
One of my favourite finds of the year. Cool, gritty but 'sensitively' produced album. Solid, cohesive 'fuzx' of a sound. The new USA sound if DIY. If you like this, track down the other projects of Ty Segall. You can hear that the band loves what they are doing.
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on 8 November 2017
A refreshing effort from Ty Segall. It's a little heavier than his usual stuff as he and Charlie Moothart draw heavily from Black Sabbath. Standout track is definitely 'What's in My Head?'
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on 8 January 2018
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on 4 September 2016
Fuzzed out psychedelia from beginning to end
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on 1 October 2015
Great great album! However, slightly disappointed the amount I payed for the CD and it not coming with a lyrics book...
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on 9 September 2016
love the album art
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on 16 December 2014
This album is the real deal! Not a bad track on it!
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on 18 October 2013
It appears you just can't stop Ty Segall!

Not content perhaps with the more mellow track taken by his latest solo release he appears to have found an outlet for his more fuzzy side with the aptly named Fuzz.

This collection of tunes is fantastic. Musically it reminds me of early Mudhoney with a generous dollop of Sabbath psyche. Add the good old helium vocals into the mix and you've got an explosive cocktail of Segall based magic.

If you're a fan of Ty Segall but weren't fully satified with Sleeper and wanted something more rockin' buy this record or at the very least download 'Whats in my head'.

Amazing fuzzed out bliss!
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on 9 January 2014
I heard 'Loose Sutras' track on Radio 6 and immediately Googled the band and the album.

This is excellent. I hope they grow in popularity to the size they should be.

If you like 70's style 'heavy metal' and lots of raw guitar and drum sound then this is for you.

Thoroughly recommend. Hoping this band will be omnipresent by this time next year.
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