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  1. Sazil
    When Grant Lee Buffalo cut their debut album, 's Fuzzy, they had a distinct advantage over most bands making their first trip to the studio -- vocalist and guitarist Grant Lee Phillips, bassist Paul Kimble and drummer Joey Peters had already recorded two LPs together as members of the then-recently defunct Shiva Burlesque, and most of Fuzzy's 11 songs dated back to SB's latter days.9/
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  2. Metaxe
    Grant Lee Buffalo – Fuzzy Lyrics. from album: Fuzzy () Bring me home to this house of many days Just lay me on the floor hard and cool as slate You know I love it more and more than before I ran away It triggers off so many hurts hurtful words and broken plates.
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  3. Tojajas
    Fuzzy is the debut album by American rock band Grant Lee Buffalo, released in Described as "the best album of the year hands down" by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, according to the band's website "Fuzzy would galvanize the sound of Grant Lee Buffalo, i.e., the acoustic feedback howl of overdriven string guitars, melodic distorto-bass, tribal drum bombast, the old world churn of pump organs Genre: Americana, rock.
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  4. Mazushicage
    Grant Lee Buffalo was an American rock band based in Los Angeles, California, United States, consisting of Grant-Lee Phillips (vocals and guitar), Paul Kimble and Joey Peters ().All three were previously members of another Los Angeles band, Shiva bladeterrorzanntegal.infoinfo: Alternative rock, Americana.
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  5. Kazishicage
    Oct 23,  · Grant Lee Buffalo - Fuzzy - Cd bladeterrorzanntegal.infoinfo Grant Lee Buffalo shares a common spirit with postmodern wackos the Flaming Lips, but the L.A. trio has a less noisy, more folk-oriented bent. On its Slash Records debut, Fuzzy, the band mixes influences as diverse as the Byrds and the Cowsills, and the Fugs and Leonard Cohen/5(11).
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  6. Zulkishicage
    Oct 23,  · 'Mighty Joe Moon', Grant Lee Buffalo's second album proper, is in my opinion, an American classic. It's the first Grant Lee album that I bought and I was swept away. I then purchased 'Fuzzy', their first. Not as good as 'Mighty Joe Moon' and not a concept album like 'Copperopolis'(their third), 'Fuzzy' is still a keeper/5(11).
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