The album was well-received by critics and ultimately became the most acclaimed of Newell's career. Also in 1993, Partridge was producer for the English band Blur during the recording of Modern Life Is Rubbish (1993). He was replaced by Stephen Street at the insistence of their record label, Food. From 2002 to 2006, Partridge released demos of his songs under his own name in The Official Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album and the Fuzzy Warbles album series on his APE House record label.
Fuzzy Warbles 6. Ape House Ltd., 2004. These two releases mark the halfway point of Andy Partridge's Fuzzy Warbles series, a self-released collection of b-sides, four-tracks, and castoffs from both his solo career and his days with XTC. Luckily, these two most recent volumes are as random a mess as the first four
Compilation album by Andy Partridge. The Stinking Rich Song. I Can't Tell What Truth Is Anymore. The Tiny Circus of Life. The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul. Difficult Age. Pink Thing. Bike Ride to the Moon. Across the Antheap (Skylarking Demo). Across the Antheap (Oranges & Lemons Demo). Musicians: Andy Partridge - All instruments and Vocals.
The Official Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album. The Official Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album is a CD box set of rarities from XTC guitarist and frontman Andy Partridge. The box set brings together the eight previously released Fuzzy Warbles volumes, originally issued between 2002 and 2006, and includes an exclusive ninth disc entitled Hinges. The large volume of material dates back to 1979.
The Official Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album is a CD box set of rarities from XTC guitarist and frontman Andy Partridge. Tracks include mastered versions of long-circulated bootlegs and many demos of previously unreleased songs.