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The Godz

Eric Moore And The Godz - Twenty Five Moore Years

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Outlaw Records

Catalog Number: OECD005

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Eric Moore Bass, Vocals
Mark Chatfield Guitar, Vocals
Bob Hill Guitar, Vocals
Glen Cataline Drums
Freddie Salem Guitar
Kevin Valentine Drums
Michael Hannon Guitar
1.  White Line  1:58
2.  I'll Get You Rockin'  3:48
3.  Criminal Mind  4:24
4.  Go Away  4:29
5.  Mongolians  4:08
6.  Gotta Keep A Runnin'  7:28
7.  He's A Fool  6:22
8.  Hey Mama  2:32
9.  Baby I Love You  4:22
10.  Burning Bridges  3:47
11.  Wastin'  4:02
12.  Gotta Muv  3:46
13.  Your Turn To Cry  4:30
14.  Hey You  4:52
15.  Mississippi  3:13
16.  Interview  1:47
17.  Gotta Muv Live  3:55
18.  Shake It Live  3:41
19.  We're All Crazy Live  7:34
20.  I Don't Wanna Go Home Demo  4:19
21.  Gotta Muv Demo  4:30
22.  I Won't Be Lonely Tonight  2:59
23.  Go Away Live  5:09
24.  Baby, I Love You Live  4:22
25.  Hey Mama Live  2:59
26.  Mississippi Live  4:21
27.  Gotta Keep A Runnin' Live  8:26
Total Running Time:  117:43

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 5, 2013 at 21:03
Here's a pretty cool set by these largely-forgotten '70's badasses. On discc 1 (the first 15 tracks), you get a pretty even mix of each of their releases, plus three new songs with fellow Buckeyes American Dog backing Eric up ("White Line," "Wastin'" and "Your Turn To Cry"). Included is the band's signature song, "Gotta Keep A Runnin'," and other '70's highlights "Go Away" and "Baby I Love You," as well as cool '80's stuff like "Criminal Mind," "Hey You" and "Mississippi." This is straight, no-chaser biker rock at times sounding close to metal, and at others like bad Bob Seger ("Gotta Muv," "He's A Fool"). Disc 2 has some crappy demos, part of a bleary-eyed live radio broadcast from the early '80's including a clueless DJ interview, and, for the last five tracks, smokin' live stuff from '95.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 5, 2013 at 21:10
Possibly interesting notes: during the interview, Eric announces (truthfully) that he just got out of prison, and the DJ changes the subject quickly. Regarding my Seger comparison, Mark Chatfield actually went on to play with Bob in the mid-'80's I think. The booklet to this set is really cool as well. These guys (especially Eric) were apparently pretty wild back in the late '70's when they, along with Angel, opened for Kiss, but in 2013, they're one of those bands only guys like martin Popoff or Jeb Wright still care about.

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