The Fiery Furnaces Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Fiery Furnaces at Norman Records

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The Fiery Furnaces
Blueberry Boat

Back in the days when it was a proper print rag, you could always tell a good album by a 1 out of 10 score in NME. That judgement ensured I picked up Fiery Furnaces second LP which took the bluesy White Stripes rock of their debut and ran with it to the asylum taking in bits of Beefheart, Zappa and the Cardiacs along the way. It's bonkers but brilliant. 
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The Fiery Furnaces
Single Again

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The End Is Near

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Gallowsbird's Bark

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Widow City

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I'm Going Away

The Fiery Furnaces were quite the thing. At the beginning they seemed like they were going to be another the White Stripes type thing before switching abruptly to something that encompassed prog, music hall and duetting with their grandmother. I'm Going Away was their 8th album initially released in 2009 and saw the duo calm down somewhat letting the '70s pop influences shine through the maelstrom a little more clearly. 
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Remember

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Tropical Ice-Land

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Bitter Tea

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Rehearsing My Choir

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Fiery Furnaces, Blues Explosion, Various
Songs of Junior Kimbrough

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EP

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Gallowsbird's Park

Gallowsbird's Park was the one album we got out of the Fiery Furnaces before they went completely loopy. It captured their dizzyingly complex music at its most straightforward and listener-friendly being something of a composite between Sparks, Chas 'n' Dave and the White Stripes. Fittingly it's the only one of their albums Rough Trade have thought to re-press. The others are, magical, infuriating, but Gallowsbird Park is best at capturing the essence of this unique duo. 
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