Release date
30 Aug 2005
Running length
12 tracks
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1 Atomic Lust 4:51 2,016
1 Zoom! 6:53 21,662
2 The Horn 3:00 16,989
3 Ohio Heat 4:06 19,912
4 Walk You Home 3:59 16,911
5 Frequency 4:38 17,150
6 Oi Frango 2:22 15,440
6 Lazer Beam 4:58 21,170
7 Psyclone! 4:18 14,846
8 Back On A Roll 3:45 15,686
9 Cloudberries 5:02 14,426
10 Cabin Fever 6:18 14,809

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  • SimonePerrota

    I am willing to admit that I didn't quite give this once a chance. It's a very good album.

    18 Jun 2013 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    If Phantom Power doesn't engage then you're not listening to the lyrics! The problem with Love Kraft for the casual listener is that there isn't quite enough about it musically to compensate for the absence of hooks. It's an album you have to familiarize yourself with to love. It peaks in the middle-late stages.

    26 Mar 2013 Reply
  • PlatypusQuest

    This is my fav SFA album too. The amount of stylistic variability is extraordinary and the production is flawless. I hardly EVER listen to Phantom Power, tbh. Very little on it engages me at all.

    9 Feb 2013 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    except for the fact that it's far less unwieldy - but fair enough. Guerrilla has vocal depth and maturity in spades - it's just a different type of maturity, heh... all of their calling cards are there.

    23 May 2012 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    The vocals on Phantom Power are pretty damn formidable too! Sex, War & Robots is exquisite...

    21 May 2012 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    Radiator is great for what it is though – superior britpop with a lot of wit and more importantly a steady grower. If you want more delicately poised concept drenched songs with slowly drawn out melodies that's fine but it doesn't mean one style is better than the other. I suppose it can depend on what era you prefer from SFA but we can be objective too. I don’t want to shortchange this brilliant band, I adore them, but I think they peaked very early… Phantom Power is more than just a transitional album – it’s the moment when Rhys' despair with the way the world is going finally comes to the fore and one of their best efforts to date. I’ll give Love Kraft another listen regardless; perhaps I have relegated it a little unfairly but I doubt it will scream growth to me musically – even if the song structures are tweaked ever so slightly…

    20 May 2012 Reply
  • vamosscorcho

    strangely it's hard to argue with this being their best album. it's got everything in line. i really love everything they've done on about the same keel. it's all good shit, every single moment of it. but depends on my mood. they're so fucking postmodern i could shed tears at how cool they are in the right frame of mind. Some days it's Guerrilla for the electronic bombastic super alien hardcore psychedelia. Some days it's Radiator for the hard edged absolutely joyous 90s psychedelia. Some days it's Rings Around the World for the sheer 'Canon'-esqueness of the whole thing. It's just so perfect. Today it's probably all of them. Love Kraft is definitely the one which took longest to make sense, but make no mistake --===--- it makes sense!!!!!!!!!! AND IT RULES

    20 Jul 2011 Reply
  • EgorOmelchenko

    best!!!....maybe it is strange but Zoom is my favourite song!

    20 Dec 2010 Reply
  • chicken59

    First album I listened to by SFA, and still favorite. Beautifully arranged. Rings Around the World is a close second. Easily accessible, you have a simple mind if you have to listen to it multiple times. My 15 year old sister heard me play, ONCE, and asked for the album. Can't imagine what you peasants think when you listen to Enjoy Your Rabbit or Wonderful Rainbow. Never mind. Just get out your Raffi and leave those albums to the adults. And fuck Citizen Kane.

    15 Sep 2010 Reply
  • dearl

    I first saw the Furries in 1996 when you would have been what, about 9? So I think I'm perfectly entitled to an opinion on the album. I can see from our charts that if I have poor taste, you similarly have poor taste. Looks like we have fairly good taste I'd say. Still, each to their own!

    1 Apr 2009 Reply
  • dearl

    and you've only listened to Radiator once; shame on you!

    31 Mar 2009 Reply
  • dearl

    hotterthanjuly; you really need to clean those dirty little ears out! And your mouth for that matter you little oik!

    31 Mar 2009 Reply
  • dearl

    absolutely, their worst album. by a ruddy mile. thank god the new one is out!

    27 Mar 2009 Reply
  • redstealth

    Best. SFA. Album. Ever.

    7 Jul 2008 Reply
  • portraitofsound

    this one requires time to grow more than the other ones (for me at least) but once it does grow on you... it's really really great

    10 Jan 2008 Reply
  • azfad

    Superb record - best listened to many times and in it's entirity. This is where SFA get really interesting for me.

    6 Sep 2007 Reply
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