Podcast Episode
Season
Five
number
258
Type
Album Review
Post Date
12/22/2015

Gods Child

Aluminum

Label
Qwest Records, Warner Brothers
Release year
1996
Producer
Tim Palmer

Bon Jovi choruses slam against jazzy verses in Gods Child's 1996 sophomore album Aluminum

For our final review of 2015, we’re checking out the sophomore album Aluminum from Gods Child. This New York City band has an interesting and at times odd combination of influences and sounds, jumping from jazz verses to soaring Bon Jovi choruses literally in the same song. Sometimes it works, other times it left us scratching our heads. But did we like it? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - This is the Real World
  • 3:36 - History of the Band
  • 7:01 - Serve Yourself
  • 13:09 - Need
  • 16:24 - Heart of Extasy
  • Outro - Female Elvis

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