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  • Audio CD (7 Aug. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B000062X79
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,782 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Superman
2. My Head
3. If Only
4. This Lonely Place
5. 20 Cent Goodbye
6. Question
7. Disorder
8. Carlita
9. Too Late
10. I Need To Know
11. Authority
12. S.M.P.
13. The Last Time
14. Chris Cayton

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By pukka lad on 24 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Although many say that Goldfinger tried to cash in on the early 90s ska trend, this makes no affect to how good the music, which is a very high standard. The album kicks off whith "superman", the song many people know from the first Tony Hawks game. Things get a little bit heavier on the second track ans slows right down on the third track. This change of pace is evident throghout the album. It has a great variety, as some tracks are pure ska, some are straight punk rock and some even have a reggae style. Goldfinger are very imaginative with their music. There are plenty of great songs on it too, the best for me being Superman, My Head, Disorder and The Last Time. Due to the variety of the album and the quality of the songs, this is an album you'll never get bored of. it is just a shame they don't get the audience they deserve. Buy it know. This is Goldfinger's best album to date
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Feb. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The first track I heard that was from this CD was superman. After hearing this song i immediatly ordered their album and I wasnt dissapointed. There are so many amazing songs on this CD. Superman, Lonly place and If only are my favourites but all of the tracks make for amazing Ska music. It has such a varity of styles, form happy ska to some more heavy rock music. Whatever your preferred type of music I recommend this Album to anyone. Its excellent. Buy it!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "epping2ongar" on 14 Jan. 2003
Format: Audio CD
i brought this album after buying "open your eyes" and hearing "superman" on tony hawks skateboarding.
it kicks of with this song which is the best ska punk song i have ever heard. this sets the scene well for the rest of the album. the album goes along very well with notbaly metal influenced tunes which sudenly kick into a bouncy ska riff and back to a heaveir riff again. this combo goes together surprisngly well. there are some more mellow songs on the album also the inclusion of horns(despite goldfinger not actually having any horn players). i would recomend this album to any ska punk fan or if you a fan of more punk or metal you may also enjoy this album.
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I purchased this CD a while ago now, but I still listen to it with alarming regularity - why? Because the guitar riffs set the tempo and get the punk section into the song where the brass sections add that all important boost. Superman is probably the best song and it is just so catchy. There are loads of moods in the songs, but they are not slow or depressing. Lonely Place has not got happy lyrics but the music disguises this. These guys are some of the best around, alongside Less than Jake, although not quite on par with Reel Big Fish. Not to everyones liking but this is thier best album and is a must have for any fan!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bazbantam on 6 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I, like 95% of the people who have bought this album, bought it for Superman, and yes, it is a very good tune. However, the band made the great decision to have it as the lead in track of the album and get it out of the way, and then we get into the meat of the album. And it's as meaty as Meat Loaf's dinner.
Goldfinger are a band who like to mix it up a bit. They havn't spent their whole career playing just ska, or just punk, or just metal. In fact, in the space of one album they traditionally cover all three mediums and more. John's vocals provide the right growl for grown man angst that is terribly believable, even more so when you realise the depths of his beliefs (see open your eyes for one of the messages he is trying to get across).
That isn't to say Goldfinger are a deeply serious band all about changing the world. Hell no. They provide plenty of laughs in songs such as 'Chris Clayton' and 'If Only' (you have to give credit to anyone who can right the A-Team into their songs), but their music can also be touching. '20 cent goodbye' and 'this lonely place' speak volumes to the everyday human condition, and also get you singing along almost effortlessly.
My standout track would have to be 'My Head'. The strength of the guitars and the majestic flow of the lyricscome together to form a musical tour de force that get a permenant spot on my CD player.
This is definately the place to start if you want to discover Goldfinger, even if you just want to stop by for Superman. That big song could have been the bands kryptonite, but on this album it shows that there are bigger things than the man of steel. Like Doomsday. Get it?
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Format: Audio CD
The skip button on my CD player is totally redudant,there isnt a single track on this that you would even consider skipping. Its so adictive and upbeat that i defy you to listen and not want to, er...jump around (ok, or at least smile-a bit)
Goldfinger's uncharateristic avoidance of long chains of swearwords impresses me too, and the fact that you can actually hear the words has to be good. If only I had one of those multi-changer CD players so i wouldnt have to ever remove this work of art and risk dammage to it. Teenage angst is just not an option, I fear It has made me a happier person.
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By A Customer on 27 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The not-so-famous Hang-Ups album by Goldfinger is one of the greatest feel good ska/punk albums around. Listeners may recognise the track Superman, featured on the hit game Tony Hawks Pro Skater. This song summarises Goldfinger in general, with palm-muted punk guitar, ska influences with horns and melodic singing. The lyrics are standard Godfinger as well; the lyrics are as usual about nothing in particular, other than life. Excellent album all the same. *****
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