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Old 02-17-2008, 11:53 PM
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Just checked out their official site under the Blog section and looks like the guys are back in the studio starting work on the next album.

http://www.googoodolls.com/

May be a little soon for a new GGD album, but it sounds promising. Would be nice to have a new album by them this year.

Still waiting on the Greatest Hits #2, mind.
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Yes, GGD is about to record a new album.

I'm a Inner Machine fan club member, so, the band keep a blog in the member area and Mike told us that it's just in the begining of the process.

I'm a little excited about this record! i LOVE the Let Love In record and that kind of introspective and deep lyrics but now would be nice a new ROCK album (with heavy and loud guitars).
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Even if it's only at the starting process, there's still a chance we may see the album before the end of year year. Then again, it's usually been around a 4 year gap between GGD albums.
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Let Love In had some great moments, but for the most part, fell flat in many places. I'm more excited about the 2nd greatest hits record supposedly chock full of B-sides and rarities from records past.
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Let Love In had some great moments, but for the most part, fell flat in many places.
Extremely flat, I'd say.
But I think every GGD-album is like that, Dizzy Up The Girl being the exception (great from start to finish).
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Extremely flat, I'd say.
But I think every GGD-album is like that, Dizzy Up The Girl being the exception (great from start to finish).
I think Superstar Carwash is their best album. They really hit their stride on that one. Though I have nothing against Dizzy. Another awesome record.
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I agree that Let Love In had its moments. A few good tracks but too many that were only worthy of a skip. Something less full of ballads would be an improvement to start with.
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I think Superstar Carwash is their best album. They really hit their stride on that one. Though I have nothing against Dizzy. Another awesome record.
i have to agree with you... dizzy and gutter both was my favourite GGD album, but now i guess it's SCW.

man, that is a great ****ing rock album!
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