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Goo is an album by alternative rock band Sonic Youth, released on June 26, 1990. A remastered version was released in 2005.

Goo was the first album released after the band signed to major label Geffen Records. Their albums became more accessible and less experimental, but still retained elements of a trademark collage of noise. Many songs on Goo start and end abruptly; a departure from Daydream Nation which was known for its long, psychedelic guitar intros and outros.

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  • Avatar for mybloodyprofile
    The first Sonic Youth record I fell in love with and still the very first one I play when I feel the need to binge out on them. One of the absolute best transitional records of all-time. What a seamless change to a major label.
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    Really good album with terrific cover art courtesy of Raymond Pettibone.
  • Avatar for joshuak89
    Kim kills it on this one
  • Avatar for LostImeem
    I bought this album 25 years ago last month, and within three months I had all of their albums, and went to see them at Club Nu in Miami. The negativity below really surprises me.
  • Avatar for Doppz
    I've tried many times but I just don't like this album. A big step in the wrong direction for one of the greatest bands of all time.
  • Avatar for gretagarbos
    great one
  • Avatar for without_a__soul
    i can listen to this album for hours and hours
  • Avatar for naotas_forehead
    "Most muscular and hard-rockin' album they ever did" ...What? Most of this sounds like a wet noodle compared to anything SY did previously. I gotta admit, though, the shiny-slick sound is definitely unique to this album, and it grew on me a lot.
  • Avatar for Harry_01
    A great album.
  • Avatar for Maglor_T
    Their second best album

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