Fuu is the first full-length album by the Costa Rica based band Hongo Fuu, after the previous independent release of two EPs. Fusion and experimentation are where the album is rooted; as a catalyst of the insights from each of the four members of the band, Fuu is the final product of this "ontology of becoming" alchemical process. It's a manifestation from melding their diverse individual cosmic visions, poured into a 12-track album with lyrics in Spanish, English, German and Latin text quotations, and which defies the labels of music genres into a more experimental and visceral approach to music. This is an album that comes from experimentation and goes into jazz, rock, surf, metal, dance, Americana, drone, stoner and folk music. Fuu is a genre breaking remembrance of what used to be known as "alternative metal", but from a Costa Rican's Tropical-Hell revisited. Both melodic and dark, Hongo Fuu presents a complex yet dark-humorous and ironic self-referencing painting. Musically, conceptually and visually, Fuu is a descending trip to the depths of the self, it's contradictions, it's moody waves, it's diversity... it's absurdity. This is a clear statement from the band, it's first straight one. The tracks represent the spirit laying behind the Japanese fuu, "the way", it's dual meaning. Fuu is the blend of a communion of spirits. The album was entirely produced by the band and includes some voice, synths, marimba, and piano collaborations from selected Costa Rican artists, musicians from such varied bands as: Erth (progressive jazz rock), Alastor Sanguinary Embryo (black metal), the Costa Rican Philharmonic Orchestra, and others.