=== 2000s ===
* The Polish [[death metal]] band [[Vader (band)|]]'s song [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBOJ-hCCl00 "Fear of Napalm"], from the 2008 album XXV, begins with a growling fuzz bassline.
*[[Yellow Matter Custard]], a [[The Beatles|Beatles]] tribute [[Supergroup (music)|]] active from 2003 to 2011, credits [[Neal Morse]] with keyboards, guitars, vocals, and fuzz bass.
*One of the notable elements in the 2004 song "Staring at the Sun", by the American indie rock band [[TV on the Radio]] is its heavy fuzz bass line.
* [[Low (band)|]], an [[United States|American]] [[indie rock]] group from [[Duluth, Minnesota]] has used fuzz bass from their 2001 album Things We Lost In the Fire onward.
*On I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings, a 2001 [[live album]] by English [[Rock music|rock]] band [[Radiohead]], the song "[[The National Anthem]]" has a hard "fuzz bass" guitar sound.
* British band Muse typically uses fuzz bass on most songs for a futuristic, progressive tone. Examples include [[Hysteria]], , and [[Uprising]]=== 1990s ===
* [[Nine Inch Nails]]' 1999 song "We're in this Together" uses fuzz bass.
*[[Marianne Faithfull]]'s 1999 album [[Vagabond Ways]] credits Chris Thomas for fuzz bass.
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=== 1960s ===
* Inside Looking Out (1969) by [[Grand Funk Railroad]] features fuzz bass for several bass breaks mid-way through the song.
* The song Talk, Talk by (1969) uses a growling fuzz bass
*Cream, Goodbye (1969): "Jack Bruce [during] his Cream period always used fuzz on his bass."ref
*[[Edgar Broughton Band]]'s Wasa Wasa (1969); called the "best UK heavy psychedelic album ever, this ha[s] a lot fuzz on the bass." ref