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  • Audio CD (9 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B00005YW3I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,245 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Goo Goo Dolls ~ Gutterflower

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Darren Carlile on 24 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
I can only beg British rock/indie fans to buy anything from the Goo Goo Dolls catalogue of albums. Have barely met anyone who doesn't like their sound, and they definately seem to be improving with age. This album had a hard job to follow the (in my humble opinion) ground-breaking Dizzy Up but it manages to keep the same amazing sound, without giving you replica songs (Travis, Blink, Stereophonics all spring to mind as culprits). This album doesn't have the such obvious Tacak fillers as most previous Goos albums, although the strongest tracks are unsuprsingly Rzenik's Big Machine, Here is Gone and Its over. Big Machine and Here is Gone are as good as tracks as they've ever done, up with We are the normal and Slide in my opinion. Only thing lacking is a proper ballad to rival Iris or Black Balloon (the latter being my favourite Goos track of all time), but don't let that put you off, this is an amazing album that you will listen to time and time again, and probably lead you to buy most of the Goo's back catalogue (I bought 3 after buying Dizzy Up). Just make sure you tell your friends
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Jan 2003
Format: Audio CD
This CD is something you rarely find in rock music anymore. It is a concept album. The thread that runs through most of this CD is one of anger and disillusionment at the end of a relationship. This no doubt stems from lead singer Johnny Rzeznik's divorce during the period from "Dizzy Up the Girl" to the making of this terrific milestone in the evolution of "The Goo Goo Dolls".
As happens with all bands who finally achieve great success after years where not many know about them but their loyal fans, those same fans tend to turn on them. If everyone likes them now, they must have sold out, right? Rzenik and "The Goo Goo Dolls" have just matured artistically and have created in "Gutterflower" an articulate and sometimes angry CD that blends their trademark guitar work with Rzeznik's powerful lyrics as he tries to figure out what went wrong.
This effort is less ballad driven that "Dizzy Up the Girl" and is much more serious in tone. It has something to say and does so in the eloquent way Bob Dylan use to years ago. But "The Goo Goo Dolls" still manage to give us the MUSIC we have waited for as well. Being able to do both shows the maturation of this great rock band. It is artistically rich and will probably be held in higher regard a few years from now as we look back.
"Big Machine" is about surviving the break up ("I'm in love and you don't care") and sets the tone for the entire CD, chronicling Rzeznik's bewilderment while taking a few shots as well. Even the infectious first single released, "Here is Gone" has lyrics like "I thought I lost you somewhere, But you were never really ever there at all".
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Cameron on 1 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album is incredible. Not that I doubted it would be - John Rzeznik's efforts have been stunning since "Superstar Carwash". The opening track, however, proves his genius. "Big Machine" kicks in with an incredible riff that never stops rocking, and continues with beautiful harmonies throughout the chorus. "Think About Me" is definately the "Slide" of this album, gorgeous in its simplicity. The first single, "Here Is Gone", is track 3, and although being generic Goo Goo Dolls, it's great. There are (possibly unintentional) references to previous albums in the structure; "Truth Is A Whisper" being the last track and mirroring "Hate This Place" in a darker style.
There is, in fact, little doubt in my mind that John Rzeznik is some kind of musical deity in disguise; he just can't do anything wrong. Unfortunately, we only get 8 John tracks, and Robby Takac (bassist) takes over the songwriter position for the other 4. This is a mistake, and although his songs improve with every album, next to John's amazing work they fail to impress, sending my finger reaching for the "skip" button.
However, John's songs are worth the price of the album, especially the acoustic ballad "Sympathy". Buy this collection of heart-touching music, you won't regret it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "demonseer" on 10 Oct 2002
Format: Audio CD
Any number of words could be used to describe Gutterflower, all of which being found deep within the positive end of the adverb scale.
The Goo's truely hit their peak with 'Dizzy Up The Girl', but unlike most bands, they've been able to keep the infallible standard with them onto Gutterflower. John Rzeznik's musky, melancholic vocals are delivered with an impecable standard, to which his guitar notes more than match, and whilst Robby Takac's vocals are perhaps not quite up to the standard of the lead singer's when he takes the mike, his bass playing is performed with exact precision, accuracy and beauty. Mike Malinin's drumming is truely superb, with complex and well thought out beats rare in today's world of manufactured 'make-music-to-make-money' bands. And the Goo's are anything but one of these. They know their emotions, they know their music, they know where the borders lie between the two, and take a sledgehammer to these in Gutterflower.
The individual songs are written deeply and meaningfully, and any listener can hear that none of the songs have been rushed out just to fill space on the disc. The quality of lyrics has not decreased at all since D.U.T.G., and in my opinion, has only increased. I never thought any lines could be written to possibly match 'it always rains like hell on the loser's day parade','just a young man sitting in an old man's bar/waiting for his turn to die' or 'don't you love the life you killed/the priest is on the phone' (all of which taken from D.U.T.G). But the depth, passion and even subtle humour of each individual word has been more than matched in Gutterflower, with the first song alone providing countless examples of the brilliance.
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