Super Furry Animals have been the most consistently great guitar band of the last 10 years, and I’ve got a stack of hard evidence to prove it.

We’re not talking about an excellent album every two or three years. The Super Furries have released six albums in the last seven years, and none has dropped below the high standard set by 1994’s superb debut, “Fuzzy Logic.” They’re constantly lauded in the music media, and their latest album, “Rings Around the World,” was short-listed this year for the Mercury Music Prize and climbed to No. 3 on the British charts.

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