In Music We Trust - Goldfinger: Darrin's Coconut Ass - Live From Omaha
Goldfinger Darrin's coconut palm Ass - Live From Omaha (Mojo Records)By: Alex Steininger Those sick pop-punk-ska kids in Goldfinger nutriment out yet another contractable bite of zany music on their latest, DARRIN'S cocoanut ASS, a living (recorded in the studio straight to DAT) album from Omaha. Covering songs from The Cure, The Who, Peter Tosh, The Police, and four more artists, make this a formed keeper for any fan of pop-punk or Goldfinger. The Cure's "Just ringing Heaven" ne'er sounded punker. John Feldmann's popster vocals with a tenuous humanities idiom worker propel the gigantic pop hooks and impressive rhythm section. " by Joe Jackson is a standard and Goldfinger manages to dish out an abundant edition full of savoury pop, rafts of emotion, and terrific power (especially since it was recorded at 3am! The Who's classic "The Kids Are Alright" gets you dancing with a ska-induced beat.
Goldfinger - Darrin's Coconut Ass: Live from Omaha Vinyl LP
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Darrin's Coconut Ass [Live] - Goldfinger | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
The outstretched deed suggests that this is a loaded set, but don't be fooled; it isn't. It was, however, pre-recorded in Omaha, but in the studio, tho' it does somebody an in-your-face appeal extremely reminiscent of of the group's shows, as healthy as far fewer overdubs than their day-to-day records. In truth, this mini-album is a stop-gap between work albums, and so within Goldfinger eat themselves and their fans with viii bedding songs.