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San Diego, CA’s GoGoGo Airheart began writing in 1996 at the hands of core members Mike Vermillion and Ashish Vyas. After two years of relentless basement rehearsals and a string of homemade cassettes, GGGAH were picked up by local indie label, Vinyl Communication. Augmented by drummer Andy Robillard and violinist Teri Hoefer, the group recorded their self-titled debut LP in 1997. Combining virulent dub inflected rhythms,…

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  • this is butter for the ears, dubby, experimental post-punk. fuck!
  • I knew on S/T LP is so sick.
  • Found "Heart on a Chain" buried deep in my hard drive. Now I'm frantically looking for Rats! Sing! Sing! anywhere on the web. If anyone can share it, that would be fucking awesome.
  • sexy
  • Love 'em
  • I like these guys quite a bit. Gotta say my fave CD is Rats! and Im sure that is contrary to many people on here...
  • The review is indeed ridiculous.
  • i’ve just found this article: http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/gogogoairheart-rats/ by pure chance, browsing for GoGoGo Airheart related stuff. I’m posting it here as an example of the incredible stupidity of nowadays music criticism and its immense lack of taste, its lame-ass-ness and primitivism. Articles like this one should be remembered in order to remind us in what a fucked up cultural surrounding we live in, and how people who are even familiar with the current music scene are not only unable to grasp the genius character of certain art forms, but they do not even understand what concepts like “retro” are at all about and what at all means to be innovative. discussions about taste are hopeless, i know, and thus the only thing I can do is say that a person who labels GGGAH as a “retro-post-punk band” simply doesn’t speak my language and frankly, doesn’t speak any language at all. now i can go and throw up.
  • the fact they had to disband reflects the shame of this totally fucked up lame-ass indie-hipster culture.
  • http://www.last.fm/group/De+Albumclub/forum/107178/_/511909

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