Golden Retriever (song)

Golden Retriever (song)

Infobox Single
Name = Golden Retriever

Artist = Super Furry Animals
from Album = Phantom Power
Released = 14 July, 2003
Format = Digipack CD, DVD, 7"
Recorded =
Genre = Alternative rock
Length = 9:44
Label = Epic Records
Writer = Super Furry Animals
Producer = Super Furry Animals; Mixed by Mario Caldato Jr. and Super Furry Animals
[ Certification = ]
Chart position =
* #13 (UK)
Last single = "It's Not the End of the World?"
This single = "Golden Retriever"
Next single = "Hello Sunshine"

"Golden Retriever" is a song by Super Furry Animals. It was the first single to be released from the 2003 album "Phantom Power" and reached #13 on the UK Singles Chart on its release in July 2003.cite web|last=|first=|title=Search Results -- Singles||date=2008-07-25|url=|accessdate=2008-07-25]

Music video

Drummer Dafydd Ieuan has said of the video:

cquote|We wanted to get Yetis heads banging in the video. That was the brief. I don't know if it was fun. It was fun after watching it after, but it was like hard work at the time because they weigh a ton and they're incredibly hot and you can only do two takes at the time or you'd die!cite web
first=Chris|last=Long|title=Interview with Dafydd Ieuan of Super Furry Animals|work=BBC Manchester|date=2003-07-08|url=| accessdate=2008-08-12

Critical response


ingle track listing

All songs by Super Furry Animals.
*CD (6739062), DVD (6739069), 7" vinyl
*#"Golden Retriever" – 2:28
*#"Summer Snow" – 2:30
*#"Blue Fruit" – 4:43


*Gruff Rhys – Vocals
*Huw BunfordGuitar
*Guto PryceBass guitar
*Cian CiaranKeyboards
*Dafydd IeuanDrums
*Rachel Thomas – Backing vocals

ingles chart positions


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