a Lonely Place
Goldfinger's sound is everything from ska and punk to reggae
and pop. Whatever you wish to call them, just call them
a great band.
features such full-speed and melodius songs to keep a house
rockin' for hours. Goldfinger's tunes are truly original,
creative and innovative. (Coming from someon with Goldfinger
concert experience, they are definitely a great band).
features the use of unique instruments, such as the flauto
magico, the mandolin, the theramin, the guico, the Hammond
organ, sax, trombone, and drum machine. Its songs showcase
the clever wit of sarcasm in songs, such as "S.M.P."
(Skiers Must Perish) - the pro-snowboarding anthem.
The first single from the album is called "This Lonely
Place". Other songs include "Superman"
382 shows in 1996; they hold the record for most live shows
performed that year. Lead singer and songwriter, John
Feldmann replies, "We just love playing music".
(Editors note: I saw them at New Rock Fest in Milwaukee that
year. It was a high energy show, and their antics are
somewhat odd. You may consider them almost crude, but
it was a fun show nonetheless).
is an album you can spin over and over again and not get bored
4.0 out of