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The Godz

Power Rock From The USA

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Black Rose

Catalog Number: BR115

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Personnel
Eric Moore Bass, Vocals
Bob Hill Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Glen Cataline Drums, Vocals
Mark Chatfield Guttars, Vocals

Tracks 1 - 7 are the Complete Debut Album The Godz
Tracks 8 - 14 Are Selected Tracks From The Follow Up Album "Nothing Is Sacred"
Tracks
1.  Go Away  4:30
2.  Baby I Love You  4:26
3.  Guaranteed  3:26
4.  Gotta Keep A Runnin'  7:28
5.  Under The Table  3:44
6.  Cross Country  7:02
7.  Candy's Going Bad  9:30  Cover: Golden Earring
8.  Gotta Muv  3:45
9.  Rock Yer Sox Auf  3:07
10.  I'll Bi Yer Luv  5:11
11.  Luv Kage  4:30
12.  He's A Fool  6:30
13.  714  2:45
14.  Hey Mama  2:33
  
Total Running Time:  68:27

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Leykis101 Date: August 24, 2008 at 14:16
they used to play these guys on Z-Rock, I think they kind of fuckin suck, but I haven't heard all their stuff!

From: erik Date: August 25, 2008 at 13:04
suck ? you have gotta be kidding me. this is an absolute powerhouse of an album. drinking, drugs and other shit prevented them from becoming huge. their debut album is an alltime classic. go away ( especially live) is such a kick ass song. rock and roll the hard way. love it. 95/100

From: juan carlos Date: February 13, 2009 at 23:08
Good 70s HardRock album, two albums as one i must say. I also prefer their debut album than the "Nothing is Sacred". "Under The Blade" is by far my favorite track, "Hes A Fool" is good one too. Good Guitar solos. 8/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 14, 2009 at 3:36
Pretty straight-up '70's hard rock, not as metallica as somebody like UFO or Priest. Blue-collar American rock 'n' rol, kinda similar to Nugent, but not quite as hard. And yeah, the first album is much better than the second, so I don't midn that some tracks are missing from the Nothing's Sacred half. The song titles alone, with their idiotic on-purpose misspellings, are just ass-dumb. I actually have a compilation called 25 Moore Years, that includes some cool '80's songs, and some live tracks along with the best of this set, so I would go for that disc over this one.


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