Who could forget legendary Canadian power trio, Goddo? This brash Toronto act came together in 1975, headed by Greg Godovitz. The band was fleshed out by members, Gino Scarpelli (ex-Brutus) and Marty Morin. After several years of touring the bar circuit, Polydor snapped up the band in 1977 and issued their eponymously titled debut. The following year, their followup album, "Who Cares?" was released to critical indifference, spawning the single, "Sweet Thing". A number of albums and singles ensued over the next few years before Goddo finally caved in 1990 under the pressure of an evolving music industry. Subsequent reunions in 1992 and 2001 would both yield studio albums, though its clear that Goddo is keeping a rather low profile in comparison to their glory days.
"Who Cares?" is certainly the band's artistic peak, with a sound that runs frantically from supercharged to subdued and back again. Lyrical barbs and punishing guitars are the order of the day here and everything falls into place perfectly. With a very distinct style of their own, it's really hard to pigeonhole Goddo's sound. Suffice it to say, this is quality Canadian rock and you'd be a fool not to check this one out. Try them out and then buy their albums...you can be one of the cool people who actually knows who Goddo is! :)
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