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Formed when techno DJs Rhys Ifans, Daffyd Ieuan and Guto Pryce teamed up with local songwriter Gruff Rhys in 1993, Super Furry Animals came to recognition during the Brit-pop era and survived as cult heroes of Welsh indie. Ifans left the band to find fame as an actor (starring in Twin Town, Notting Hill and Mr. Nice) before the band were spotted and signed by Creation Records boss Alan McGhee in 1995. Influenced by pop melodies, psychedelia and heart-on-sleeve indie rock, their debut Fuzzy Logic (1996) became one of the albums of the era. However, the perceived commercial failure of Guerrilla (1999) led them to record the all-Welsh language Mwng (2000) as a way of protest. Rings Around The World (2003) brought more success, reaching Number 3 in the UK and winning a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize; and the band earned a reputation for experimenting with prog, folk, electronica and other styles on later works Love Kraft (2005) and Dark Days/Light Years (2009). The band are listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest title of an E.P., Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyndrob-wllantysiliogogogochynygofod (in space), and at one time held the record for most uses of the F word in a song (over 50) for the single The Man Don't Give A F***.