Super Famous by The Super Fuzz, released 13 December 2015 1. HOOKED 2. SURPRISED YOUR BOYFRIEND 3. SPEEDBALL GOONEY 4. PROMISES 5. THE MUSIC HAS GONE AWAY 6. FEEL GOOD 7. THE MOMENT WE BROKE UP 8. LOVER'S HOMICIDE 9. WHEN THE LOVE IS GONE 10. LOVE EVERYONE Produced by Ryan Sambrook & Chris Alvy Mixed by Wes Jones RBR Studios ( St Augustine) Mastered at Blanco Mastering ( Dallas, Texas) Recorded at Home Sweet Home Studios ( Miami) RS Sound ( Miami) RBR Studios (St Augustine).
The Super Fuzz is really the ultimate fuzz for me, so I decided to honor it by writing the most complete article about it. Here is the first part! Let's go! History of Univox and the Super Fuzz. The first Super Fuzz circuit was integrated in a multi-effects unit that looked like an amp, the Honey Psychedelic Machine. It integrated a fuzz, a tremolo and a vibe. Needless to say, this effect is crazy rare nowadays. The Honey company was created in 1967 by two former Teisco employees. Quickly, they realized that the Psychedelic Machine was maybe offering too much in a single package and that it would be clever to manufacture each effect separately. So they released the Honey "Baby Crying Fuzz" FY-6, the first iteration of the Super Fuzz
Even if this album officially came out in early December, I’ve been blasting this album since we met with the Lord Vapour guys on their island for our 2nd Diggin’ The Fuzz episode we did with Mr. Stone in February (go watch it btw!). Yup the album was already recorded back then, and the guys were kind enough to give us the pre-mastering tracks.
La Super Rica means super rich, and this silicon fuzz is just that. Inspired by iconic fuzz sounds, we built on the classic with a parametric midrange for maximum versatility. the late eighties and early nineties. Although La Super Rica isn’t based on that famous fuzz from NYC, this setting can emulate the huge low end, sizzling highs, and super saturated gain sounds made famous by the alt rock bands of the late eighties and early nineties.
Univox’s battery-powered Super-Fuzz and its AC-juiced Uni-Fuzz trace their existence to an early super effect – the Japanese-made Honey Psychedelic Machine. The Honey company was formed in ’67 by ex-Teisco workers after that firm was acquired by Kawai. Two years later, Honey went bankrupt in March ’69 and was reborn as Shin-ei. This later corporation would become famous as the OEM maker of many of the most far out guitar effects ever – including numerous effects made for other brands or marketed under names including Companion, Crown, Apollo, Jax, Shaftesbury, and more. Shin-ei’s master mad. The Super-Fuzz followed suit. The first were painted a dull gray with a blue Univox sticker on top. Circa 1970, they switched to a gray or black die-cast metal box with a rubber-covered pedal embossed with the name Super-Fuzz.
I think that would be super fun. I want to throw people off. I want to make a really heavy record: evil, evil space rock. Put a little Satan in space and you got the sound. Fuzz, Sleeper and Manipulator (2013–2015). Segall performing with Fuzz in 2015. A full-length album, titled Fuzz, was recorded in May and released on October 1, 2013. Previous to this release, Segall released a primarily acoustic solo album, Sleeper, in August.
Arranged By – Super Deluxe. Art Direction, Design – Braden Blake, Super Deluxe. Luminous (4), Tim/Kerr Records, Revolution (6). LUXCD 003, LUXCD003, LUX CD 003.