Fuzz - II
Fuzz - II
Performer: Fuzz
Title: II
Label: In The Red Recordings
Country: US
Released: 23 Oct 2015
Style: Hard Rock, Garage Rock, Stoner Rock
Cat: ITR-286
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2785 mb | MP3 size: 1973 mb | WMA size: 1777 mb
Genre: Rock

1Jack The Maggot
3Silent Sits The Dust Bowl
4Let It Live
5New Flesh
6Bringer Of Light
8Burning Wreath
10Time Collapse Pt.II / The 7th Terror
11Say Hello
12Rat Race
14Red Flag


  • ArtworkTatiana Kartomten
  • Mastered ByJJ Golden
  • Mixed ByFuzz , Ty Segall
  • Photography ByDenee Petracek, Monty Buckles
  • Recorded ByGeoff Neal


Standard black vinyl release. Heavy cardboard gatefold sleeve. Printed inner sleeves with band member head shots and credits. Lyric sheet insert. Download card included. 'In the Red Records' hype sticker on the front shrink wrap.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): ITR-286 A 24322.1••JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): ITR-286 B 24322.2•••JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): ITR-286 C 24322.3•••JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): ITR-286 D 24322.4•‑JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (All sides, stamped): GOLDEN
  • Barcode: 759718528619


  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound
  • Mastered At – Golden Mastering


2015 г. Fuzz - Fuzz II Full Album. Time Collapse , The 7th Terror - 0:00 Rat Race - 7:05 Let. The Orchard Music от лица компании In The Red и другие. II is the second studio album by American hard rock band Fuzz, released on October 23, 2015 on In the Red Records. The album is the first to feature bass guitarist and vocalist Chad Ubovich. Regarding the writing process for II, bass guitarist Chad Ubovich noted that it was a more collaborative process than the band members were used to: We all kind of did something weve never done before, which was write together as a band. That was a first for all of us. Usually in our respective projects its all. Страна: США. Songs in album Fuzz - II 2015. Fuzz - Time Collapse II, The 7Th Terror. Fuzz - Rat Race. Fuzz - Let It Live. Fuzz - Pollinate. Fuzz - Bringer Of Light. Fuzz - Pipe. Fuzz - Say Hello. Fuzz - Burning Wreath. Fuzz II. by Collin Brennan. on October 19, 2015, 12:01am. But Fuzz, the aptly named side project Segall formed in 2011 with high school friends Charlie Moothart and Chad Ubovich, is not the product of a short attention span. The bands self-titled 2013 debut found them playing the role of music historians as much as musicians, calling forth the ghosts of metal past and trying their flowing robes on for size. Fuzz's second full-length, II, is a double album-a ballsy and potentially dangerous move for a band who operate best when their songs are kept tight. Their Fuzz track Loose Sutures, for example, went a bit too loose and lost its momentum about halfway in. More than half of II's songs are over four minutes long, and the longest one of the bunch is the most disappointing of them all. The final 14-minute track, II, is an obligatory instrumental sequel to Fuzz's instrumental closer One. Where One ramps up the power and velocity of its. Listen free to Fuzz II Time Collapse II, The 7th Terror, Rat Race and more. 14 tracks 67:23. Background and recording Regarding the writing process for II, bass guitarist Chad Ubovich noted that it was a more collaborative process than the band members were used to: We all kind of did something weve never done before, which was write together as a band. Band Name Fuzz. Album Name II. Type Album. Released date 23 October 2015. Labels In The Red Recordings. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album1. Time Collapse II, The 7th Terror. Rat Race. Let It Live. Fuzz, Ty Segall's suitably named project focused on the noisy glories of first-stage heavy rock and grubby late-period psychedelia, haven't advanced much from a songwriting standpoint from their self-titled debut album in 2013, but their second studio offering, efficiently titled II, shows the trio's gift for the monstrous jam hasn't failed them in the least in. The second album from Ty Segall and Charles Mootharts Sabbathian semi-supergroup now featuring Meatbodies mainman Chad Ubovich on bass lays on more of pretty much everything, and lays it on thick: its almost twice the length of the first, the recording is denser and punchier, the riffs are proggier and the solos wilder. Its a mountainously huge album, and faintly exhausting for that, but those majestic peaks are well worth the trek. Review: Fuzz, 'II' Ty Segall's power trio heaves forth a 14-song double album that's made for headbanging and the cultivation of bad vibes, as if all the warmth and goodwill of last year's Manipulator had turned to ash. First Listen. Hear upcoming albums in their entirety. Review: Fuzz, 'II'. Note: NPR's audio for First Listens comes down after the album is released. Enlarge this image. Cover art for II. Courtesy of the artist. hide caption. toggle caption