Furry Things ‎– The Big Saturday Illusion

Vinyl, LP


A1 Introism
A2 Still California
A3 Cats
A4 Attic
A5 Lawnmower Sounds
B1 Colortime
B2 Porno Queen's Love Dive
B3 Take You Away
B4 Piled High
B5 Angel Warm And Cold

Companies, etc.



The tracklist on the back cover is not correct. There the songs from A1 to B2 are attributed to the A side. In addition, the song 'Nothing From Zero' is listed as last track on side B, which is not included on the LP.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 036172994311
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TR-43-A GOLDEN L-45898
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TR-43-B GOLDEN L-45898X



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April 9, 2013
This is a frequently-fascinating little gem from the U.S. wing of the post-shoegaze / psychedelic indie rock faction. "Piled High" is a long, droning, claustrophobic buzzsaw take on dream pop that is clearly influenced by Bailter Space, early Verve, and Pink Floyd. It reminds me a lot of "Bataille" by Poem Rocket and "Shanesong" by Colfax Abbey. "Angel Warm And Cold" is a subsonic headtrip similar to The Orb's "O.O.B.E." ( which is of course an acronym for "out-of-body experience"). "Cats" is a brief, jaunty instrumental built on some sort of vinyl-scratching noise that resembles a cat screaming. (A few years ago, I heard this track on some MTV documentary or reality show or MTV News segment or something, no joke.) Fans of off-kilter indie/ noise pop bands like Swirlies and Polvo will want to pick this album up, and maybe fans of proggy stuff like CAN and Jessamine too.