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Gonzalez
Self Titled (CD) (Import)


Gonzalez - Self Titled (Cover Art)

 AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock
 PRICE: $15.99
 FORMAT: CD
 LABEL: Buzzville
 RELEASED: 2003
 ORIGIN: Belgium
 ITEM #: ATH-1503

TRACKLIST:

  1. Dusted
  2. New Motor Queen
  3. Mt. Pilot
  4. No Longer
  5. Down on All Fours
  6. Three Time Champion
  7. Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin' Boy
  8. Drag Vader
  9. Call Me to the Grave
  10. Sonic Ruin
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"Gonzalez kind of has that sort of driving sound that Fu Manchu has going for them, but this has a bit more down deep soul. Get this CD if you are into the party rock that you can bang your head to and still be able to do keg chuggs in between songs... There is some Sabbath worship for sure, but that says alot here right? This is a decent CD and if you like jams something like Fireball Ministry meets Fu meets Sabbath then get it...good, decent down home rock."

robwrong
StonerRock.com



"Gonzalez are the groove-soul mean machine, the electro boogie pinball wizards with grooves so thick they can scoop out mountains and the back beat that demands four hips to move in all the right directions. Gonzalez songs sprawl out like sleazy Cadillacs muscling their way to midnight under a sky full of mirror balls; a cocky, snake eyed slink that tastes of James Gang and War on the hair pin turns but the monster-trucking stone groove that fuels Gonzalez machine is all Rock! Refugees from the hardcore wars, Gonzalez are recovering punks with a solid pedigree of mid 70's riff-rock."





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Gonzalez: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $15.99
Released: 2003
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Gonzalez
Self Titled (CD) (Import)

Label: Buzzville   Origin: Belgium
Gonzalez kind of has that sort of driving sound that Fu Manchu has going for them, but this has a bit more down deep soul. Get this CD if you are into the party rock that you can bang your head to and still be able to do keg chuggs in between songs... There is some Sabbath worship for sure, but that says alot here right? This is a decent CD and if you like jams something like Fireball Ministry meets Fu meets Sabbath then get it...good, decent down home rock.


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