Category: Rock

Dub II - GoGoGo Airheart - Rats! Sing! Sing! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 27,  · Sing! Though the requisite angular guitars and driving, danceable rhythms prevail, GoGoGo Airheart is more focused on production and mood over complex polyrhythms or (gasp) songwriting. Rats!
  2. "Rats" is a song by the Swedish rock band Ghost. It was released as the first single from their fourth album Prequelle. The track topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart in July , and was nominated for the Best Rock Song Grammy Award at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.
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  4. By this time, GoGoGo Airheart had switched to the Sonny Kay and Mars Volta co-owned record label, GSL, and the band issued their third album, Out Every Window The Snap Of Envy And Greed, in In the band toured the states and worked on their next album.
  5. Sep 12,  · Grammy-winning Swedish rock band GHOST has released a video for its new single "Kiss The Go-Goat".. The song will be included on a new .
  6. Combining virulent dub inflected rhythms, spasms of skittish, wirey guitar and Vermillion's signature breathless vocals, GoGoGo Airheart stands as a distinct blueprint of post-punk's progressive ideals and Dub Reggae's elastic studio wizardry. A great final album.5/5(2).
  7. With an experimental post-punk attitude and influences ranging from Krautrock to dub, Gogogo Airheart formed in San Diego in , originally consisting of just core members Ashish Vyas and Michael Vermillion. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  8. Buying the reissued triple album on vinyl two years ago I was given an opportunity to hear, again, Sandinista! in its entirety: every waltz, dub version and children’s vocal take. In reviewing it, I decided to listen backwards, as it were, from the generally derided sixth side back, thus waiting longer for the hit singles and the heavyweight.

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