Fuzzy Warbles, Vol. 2, 2005. Fuzzy Warbles, Vol.
Although XTC the band performs on several numbers on this second volume of Fuzzy Warbles, it is essentially an Andy Partridge solo record like the other three in the series. Volume 2 is similar in content and scope to the Beatles' Anthology set, with polished demos and unreleased originals sitting side by side, except the Beatles would have never shelved something as infectious as "I Don't Want to Be Here.
Complete your Andy Partridge collection. Fuzzy Warbles 1. Dame Fortune. Born Out Of Your Mouth.
Fuzzy Warbles Collector’s Album. Fuzzy Warbles 5, Fuzzy Warbles 6. by: Chris Dahlen. Fuzzy Warbles Volumes 3 & 4. by: Dominique Leone. 1 & 2. Features (2). Thom Yorke. The Radiohead singer discusses his recent solo album, The Eraser, his fears and doubts about creating music, and his band's past, present, and future.
There are two types of people in this world: XTC fanatics and the rest. For fans of Andy Partridge and his music, these first two Fuzzy Warbles are a wonderful way to pass the time until the next official XTC release (rumored to be already underway). Ahead of her next album, Is It the Kiss, folk artist Ana Egge sweetly ruminates over classic country tales with her new single, "Cocaine Cowboys".
Andy Partridge (born Andrew John Partridge, on November 11, 1953, in Valletta, Malta) is a founding member, guitarist and chief songwriter of the new wave group XTC. He lives in Swindon, Wiltshire, where he was raised. As XTC gained popularity, they had been on tour for the bulk of a five-year period ending in 1982 when Partridge, suffering from stress-related illnesses reportedly brought about by his wife throwing out his supply of valium, forced the band to stop touring.
The box set brings together the eight previously released Fuzzy Warbles volumes, originally issued between 2002 and 2006, and includes an exclusive ninth disc entitled Hinges Tracks include mastered versions of long-circulated bootlegs and many demos of previously unreleased songs. Many of the demos are from the 1980s as well as the period in the 1990s when XTC was under obligation to Virgin Records, but not releasing albums . Retrieved January 30, 2012.