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A complete bio of this group would take up a few pages. A concise one would still take up much space. This is one of the rock groups, that along with the Stones and Status Quo have been around for over 4 decades. And they're still a vital musical force ! So here is a brief overview :
Golden Earring was formed in 1961 in The Hague by 13-year-old George Kooymans and his 15-year-old neighbour, Rinus Gerritsen. Originally called The Tornados, the name was changed to Golden Earrings, when they discovered that The Tornados was already in use by another group.Their name was from a song originally sung by Marlene Dietrich in 1947 and a hit for Peggy Lee in 1948, with which they opened their concerts.
They achieve their first success in 1965 with "Please Go," as a pop rock band with Frans Krassenburg as lead singer. It reached number 9 on the music charts in The Netherlands. Their next single "That Day",went up to # 2 on the Dutch charts, stopped only by the Beatles "Michelle". Come 1968, they top the Dutch charts for the first of many times with "Dong-Dong-Di-Ki-Di-Gi-Dong," a song that spread their name through Europe.
By 1969, the rest of the lineup had stabilized, with lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Barry Hay and drummer Cesar Zuiderwijk. As with many late 60s groups, they find themselves looking for their own style for several years before settling on straightforward hard rock, initially much like that of the Who, who invited them to open their 1972 European tour.
From '69 and their first tour in the U.S., through their Europeen treks in the early 70s, the group slowly builds up a following. By '71, they are a regular presence on Dutch charts, and are starting to climb up the ladder in Germany. They sign on to the Who's Track label, which released a compilation of Dutch singles, Hearing Earring, helping the group break through in England. Already on the way up to stardom in Europe, 1973 becomes their big year.That most driven of driving songs is released on the world. Golden Earring have grabbed the golden ring with "Radar Love" and the album "Moontan". They hit the American market for long tours with such acts as Santana, the Doobie Brothers, & J Geils. The world seems theirs. But the lack of a follow-up hit ensured that their popularity remained short-lived in America, even though they remained a top draw in Europe over the rest of the 1970s, as their singles & albums continue their success. 1982 saw a brief American comeback with the...
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GOLDEN EARRING shows & tickets


  • Golden Earring at Schouwburg De Lawei, Drachten on 22 Apr 2014
  • Golden Earring at Zaantheater, Zaandam on 23 Apr 2014
  • Golden Earring at Westfalenhallen, Dortmund on 26 Apr 2014 - CANCELLED
  • Golden Earring at Chassť Theater, Breda on 28 Apr 2014
  • Golden Earring at Velinx, Tongeren on 30 Apr 2014
  • Golden Earring at 013, Tilburg on 1 May 2014
  • Retropop 2014 on 7 Jun 2014
  • Night at the Park 2014 on 28 Jun 2014

GOLDEN EARRING discography


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2.04 | 4 ratings
Just Earring
1965
1.17 | 4 ratings
Winter Harvest
1967
2.07 | 7 ratings
Miracle Mirror
1968
2.14 | 9 ratings
On The Double
1969
3.70 | 31 ratings
Eight Miles High
1969
3.85 | 31 ratings
Golden Earring (AKA Wall Of Dolls)
1970
3.60 | 20 ratings
Seven Tears
1971
3.26 | 21 ratings
Together
1972
3.92 | 60 ratings
Moontan
1973
2.98 | 24 ratings
Switch
1975
3.03 | 26 ratings
To The Hilt
1976
3.06 | 25 ratings
Contraband
1976
2.36 | 9 ratings
Grab It For a Second
1978
2.71 | 10 ratings
No Promises... No Debts
1979
2.46 | 12 ratings
Prisoner Of The Night
1980
3.15 | 13 ratings
Cut
1982
2.47 | 10 ratings
N.E.W.S.
1984
2.96 | 6 ratings
The Hole
1986
1.32 | 6 ratings
Keeper of The Flame
1989
1.66 | 10 ratings
Bloody Buccaners
1991
2.16 | 6 ratings
Face It
1994
2.23 | 4 ratings
Love Sweat
1995
2.49 | 7 ratings
Paradise in Distress
1999
3.00 | 5 ratings
Milkbook U.S.A.
2003
4.00 | 9 ratings
Tits 'N Ass
2012

GOLDEN EARRING Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.03 | 15 ratings
Live
1977
4.00 | 3 ratings
2nd Live
1981
2.56 | 5 ratings
Something Heavy Going Down (Live From the Twilight Zone)
1984
2.54 | 10 ratings
The Naked Truth
1992
3.33 | 3 ratings
Naked II
1997
3.50 | 2 ratings
Last Blast From the Century
2001
3.67 | 3 ratings
Naked III Live in Panama
2006

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4.04 | 5 ratings
The Continuing Story of Radar Love
1989

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 N.E.W.S. by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1984
2.47 | 10 ratings

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2 stars One of the few Dutch rock groups to truly break the big time(e.g. North America) Golden Earring have enjoyed an awesome career that began during the early days of the 1960's and is still going strong. Incredibly, all four members have been with the group since the early days, with founding members George Kooymans(guitar) and Rinus Gerritsen(bass, keyboards) augmented by vocalist and lyricist Barry Hay, who arrived in 1968, and relative newcomer Cesar Zuiderwijk(drums), who joined the fold in 1970. Their early albums took in Nederbeat, pop and Beatles-influenced psychedelia before the onset of the 1970's saw the group move towards a meatier and more experimental progressive rock style. As the decade continued the quartet began to streamline their sound, producing the seminal FM rock staple 'Radar Love' - from from hit 1973 album 'Moontan' - in the process building up a large and loyal following throughout Europe whilst also cracking North America. Like many other major rock groups of their generation the 1980's would pose a multitude of challenging changes, yet Golden Earring seemed to handle this arduous period better than most. Now known for their sleek hard-rock approach and catchy hit-singles, Golden Earring would again hit paydirt with 1982's 'The Twilight Zone' and the brilliant 1984 single 'When The Lady Smiles'. One of their all-time classic tracks, 'When The Lady Smiles' proved popular on an international scale, yet thanks to a risque video(involving vocalist Barry Hay making out with a nun) the single failed to repeat their previous North American success. The parent album, 'N.E.W.S.', found the main writing partnership of Kooymans and Hay attempting to insert coded satirical references regarding such lofty topics as the cold war into their slick hard-rock formula, yet for all the metallic grinding, snazzy synthesized squalls and heavy percussive rhythms 'N.E.W.S' is remarkable only for its excellent lead-single. However, like most Golden Earring albums, 'N.E.W.S.' still managed to shift a substantial amount of units, topping the Dutch album chart and proving a big hit in both Germany and Scandinavia. Progressive rock fans may want to delve a little further back into the group's lengthy discography to find Golden Earring at their challenging best(albums such as 'Eight Miles High', 'Seven Tears' and 'Moontan'; all released between 1968 and 1973) though those in love with fist- pumpingly anthemic eighties rock should look no further than 'When The Lady Smiles'. STEFAN TURNER, STOKE NEWINGTON, 2013

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 To The Hilt by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1976
3.03 | 26 ratings

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Review by Sinusoid
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3 stars I became quite fascinated with Golden Earring after hearing MOONTAN for the first time, so I wanted to satiate my desire to hear more of them. Somehow, TO THE HILT first caught my eye, and it's still taking some time for my ear to catch up.

The classic four of Golden Earring has been updated to include Robert van Stips, formerly of the proggy Dutch group Supersister. That would incline that TO THE HILT is aimed to be a proggier record than what came before it in Golden Earring's history, and I can hear that. That is, except that MOONTAN exists, and I feel that album had as much to do with prog as this one. Interestingly enough, there are huge traces of American boogie rock that shape this album too. Again, from the band that wrote ''Suzy Lunacy'', it shouldn't be too surprising; it's the only style I can categorise the title track with. But it sounds like the band really didn't know how to approach the style of TO THE HILT; it sounds like a weird hybrid of boogie and prog.

This is a strange record to describe. Most of the songs have a good bounce/rhythm to them, but not in any prog or climactic building sense. ''Why Me'' and ''Sleepwalkin'' are rich in funk textures (with the wah bass in the latter), and are groovy enough to stay afloat. ''Facedancer'' happens to be my overall favorite track, mostly in its acoustic rhythm, but it's still hard to categorise. The prog attempts are in ''Nomad'' and ''Violins''. ''Violins'' aims to be the epic closer of the album, but lacks power. ''Nomad'' does a better job at this with the standard rhythm of the album in the first half, then taking a Floydian atmospheric turn for the better.

This is a rather confusing album that never gains any traction musically. Discover early 70's Golden Earring before taking a risk with TO THE HILT. Even a keyboardist from a Cantebury- sounding band can't elevate the prog potential into something masterful.

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 To The Hilt by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1976
3.03 | 26 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

1 stars Okay I understand the difference between a PROG review vs Basic Album Review. Mine will be a basic rock album review as it relates to GE albums.

I assume anyone reading this is thinking about getting this album since they are interested in GE. I am a GE fan. I have over 20 of their albums and have been a fan since about 1982. Cut was their first album I ever heard by them. I have most of their releases from 1970 and on. I do not love every song by GEI write this review in 2012. It is not a review of how it fared in 1976 but rather - is it listenable now?

With this mind -- my review. (1 to 5 stars.)

Overall notes... GE is deep in the 70s world of prog. I think this is their attempt to stand out from YES and KING CRIMSON and related acts. I first discovered this album in about 1985. I became a GE fan based on their early 80s albums and decided to delve into their back catalog. I wanted to like this album. I gave it several listens through. I just could not get into it. At all. This is my LEAST FAVORITE GE album. I wanted to find something to like about this album but it just does not have repeat listening value.

1 ? WHY ME. Light Rocker. Its very funky. Keyboards are more obvious. I felt middle section with the keyboard is very nice. The chorus of "why me" seemed very weak. I only listen to this song once every few years out of nostalgia and then put it away. 1/5

2 ? FACE DANCER. Light Rocker. Acoustic song with Key Boards again. I cannot get into the light airy vocals. I like it when GE gets a little more of an edge in their songs. I found the repetitive guitar part was annoying. The last 2 minutes are very cool. 2/5

3 ? TO THE HILT. Rocker. I do not like this song. It appears unfinished, lazy and by the numbers. 1/5

4 ? NOMAD. Rocker. Its bland. Where are the cool melodies I came to appreciate from the band. There is a cool key board ? guitar exchange in the middle and leads to the long fade out. Its kinda space rock. Of the album, this song I will play somewhat often and the only reason I don't just get rid of the whole album. 3/5

5 ? SLEEPWALKING. Rocker. Another bland start. I wish they would have had more of a catchy chorus. There is some nice guitar and bass parts but not worth the effort. 2/5

6 ? LATIN LIGHTING. Rocker. The guys tried to get some rock and roll going on this. There is a cool guitar riff that is repeated often but it does not save an otherwise boring song. 2/5

7 ? VIOLINS. Funky rocker. This song is over 10 minutes. Okay this song is really two songs in one. 1st half is another boring bland mess. I cant get into it. I usually don't bother. But if you can make it to the 5min 15sec mark there is a distinct shift in the song. It fades out and back in and a nice groove starts up. There are violins (as the title suggests) and its quite enjoyable song. Why they couldn't just make two songs is beyond me. I know? artist integrity. First half of song is 1/5. The second half is 4/5. Just not sure its worth the first 5 mins to get to the end.

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 No Promises... No Debts by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1979
2.71 | 10 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

4 stars Okay I understand the difference between a PROG review vs Basic Album Review. Mine will be a basic rock album review as it relates to GE albums.

I assume anyone reading this is thinking about getting this album since they are interested in GE. I am a GE fan. I have over 20 of their albums and have been a fan since about 1982. Cut was their first album I ever heard by them. I have most of their releases from 1970 and on. I do not love every song by GE. In fact there are almost entire albums I cannot listen to (To The Hilt is my least fav album by them). I write this review in 2012. It is not a review of how it fared in 1979 but rather - is it listenable now?

With this mind -- my review. (1 to 5 stars.)

Overall notes... GE leaves the Prog world of the mid-70s and decides to go mainstream. If mainstream is not for you, that's fine. I got these albums and dove in. This album contains some good music. It's a little funny to hear how the boys phrase certain songs as English is not their native language. There are 11 songs on this release. The last song appears to be an unfinished tune they were going to add to another piece or couldn't figure out a good lyric. Try as they did they couldn't get the recognition they wanted.

1 ? HEARTBEAT. Rocker. The guys go for a little hard rock pop song. It's got nice twangy guitars and at just 3 minutes should have made some impact. Unfortunately they still had some keyboard and guitar parts that just seemed a little strange to American tastes of the day. Still listenable today though. 4/5

2 ? NEED HER. Light Rocker. This compares to the songs on their next album. I like the long guitar parts and Barry's vocals. Nice mix of acoustic and electric guitars. Should have been a minor hit. 4/5

3 ? SELLIN' OUT. Light Rocker. This song has some great potential. It just needed a better hook in the chorus. George is on main vocals and there is a great ending wail that he's good at. I wanted this to be better. 3/5

4 ? SNOT LOVE IN SPAIN. Funky Rocker. Okay I'm turned off by the lyric with "snot" in it. The bridge leading to the chorus is weak. The chorus is also weak. There is some nice harmonica in this one. I find myself skipping one a lot. 2/5

5 ? SAVE YOUR SKIN. Rocker. This is one of those songs that continues to build up steam for the first couple of minutes and then jumps into a great groove. George and Barry share vocals. The middle section is very cool. It seems to jump back in time to MOONTAN for a bit and then right back into the main song. At almost 7 minutes it's a highlight of this album. 5/5

6 ? D'LIGHT. Rocker. Straight Ahead Rock N Roll. Nice lyrics and great guitar solo in the middle. 5/5

7 ? TIGER BAY. Rocker. One of those songs that just does not do it for me. It's got a pleasant enough groove but leaves me flat. This song needed better lyrics. I skip this one most times. 2/5

8 ? WEEKEND LOVE. Pop Rocker. One of my favorite GE songs. Sure it sounds a little poppy but it's got the right hooks, acoustic and electric guitar blend, vocals. After hearing this song how can you not sing along. Barry and George sing 2-part lead vocals. 5/5

9 ? DON'T CLOSE THE DOOR. Rocker. Its kinda bluesy, great guitar. I wish it had better developed lyrics. Not a real fan of this one. 2/5

10 ? DON'T STOP THE SHOW. Rocker. This song seemed like the boys wanted to write a song that they could sing at concerts to get the crowd up and on their feet. Its concert hall ready to play at the end of the set just before the final encore. It's decent enough. Not a highlight though. 3/5

11 ? BY ROUTES. Instrumental. This is a little ditty by the band. It appears to me that it should have been a middle and bridge section of an unfinished song. It's nice but leaves you asking "where's the rest of the song." 4/5

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 Prisoner Of The Night by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1980
2.46 | 12 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

4 stars Okay I understand the difference between a PROG review vs Basic Album Review. Mine will be a basic rock album review as it relates to GE albums.

I assume anyone reading this is thinking about getting this album since they are interested in GE. I am a GE fan. I have over 20 of their albums and have been a fan since about 1982. Cut was the their first album I ever heard by them. I have most of their releases from 1970 and on. I do not love every song by GE. In fact there are almost entire albums I cannot listen to (To The Hilt is my least fav album by them). I write this review in 2012. It is not a review of how it fared in 1980 but rather - is it listenable now?

With this mind -- my review. (1 to 5 stars.)

Overall notes. PRISONER OF THE NIGHT is one of my favorite GE albums. I think as a whole the album shows how much they learned in the 70s about making music. They had done all the experimental lead flute, jazzy, prog, extra long stuff and got it out of their system. By 1978 they turned to more AOR rock songs. 1978-1989 is my favorite era of the band. They spent time developing each of these songs. They all have very distinctive grooves and I don't confuse GE with any other band.

The official release had 9 songs as shown above. GE released two B sides with their singles. I have both and are included in this review.

1 - LONG BLOND ANIMAL. Rocker. Okay its 80s GE and AOR is the new direction. I went along for the ride. GE used this song a lot in their live sets. It was a fan favorite. Its a rocking song. The drumming is excellent. Very tight. Barry's singing is excellent. He's in great form and the lyrics work well with this song. 5/5

2 - NO FOR AN ANSWER. Rocker. The lyrics are nothing special but it works. The chorus is rather good and singable. The guitar solo rocks. 4/5

3 - MY TOWN. Rocker. Great song. The boys are singing about the fact that their home town is big city nice. Its got everything every other city has. Dopers, hookers, winos etc.. Its grooves along and for a simple song, its works great. I play it when I want to just rock out. 5./5

4 - PRISONER OF THE NIGHT. Bluesy rock. I get a 70s vibe from this song. Guitar solo is great. Its worth a listen. 4/5

5 - I DONT WANNA BE NOBODY ELSE. Lite Rocker. This song has a nice chorus that gets a little poppy. But it works in the song structure. 4/5

6 - CUT 'EM DOWN TO SIZE. Rocker. In my opinion its just okay. It has an okay groove but the lyrics dont' do anything for me. 3/5

7 - WILL AND MERCY. Rocker. One of my favorites. Everything just gels with this song. Simple love song and George on vocals again. He knows how to hit the high notes which pushes the song above normal. 5/5

8 - COME IN OUTERSPACE. Rocker. The song has the potential to work but it lacks a good lyric. The guitar solos are nice. the basic groove is good. But it never comes together. 2/5

9 - GOING CRAZY AGAIN. Light Rocker. I overlooked this song for years when I owned the LP version of this release. I bought it on CD and allowed it to play to the end. This song really grows on you. It starts slow, sounds kinda spacey keyboards and then this awesome grove comes in and the chorus hits. Wow. I missed out for years with this little pop gem. 5/5

EXTRA B TRACKS. Obviously these were not included on the album since they were considered by the band as being weak or not suitable by the cooperate heads.

10 - TRIPLE TREAT. Light Rocker. Its a song about the singer telling how he got his wife and girlfriend to agree to 3-way sex. I got to give it an extra star just for content. Its got a nice little groove. I found this song on iTunes a few years ago. It was a nice find to hear some 80s GE I hadnt heard before. For song lyrics and groove its 4/5

11 - ANNIE. Light Rocker. This song is a meandering groove. The chorus comes in and its a nice little lyric. I grew to like it but I know the average listener will probably not agree. If you are a big fan and want to be a completest, get it. Its a nice little addition. If your new to GE there is a ton of other songs to get first. 3/5

4 out of 5 stars for this album.

I really like the 3 early 80s GE albums and will play them back to back. Prisoner of the night, Cut, NEWS. No, its not 70s GE. But this is a time capsule of good GE music.

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 N.E.W.S. by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1984
2.47 | 10 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

4 stars Okay I understand the difference between a PROG review vs Basic Album Review. Mine will be a basic rock album review as it relates to GE albums.

I assume anyone reading this is thinking about getting this album since they are interested in GE. I am a GE fan. I have over 20 of their albums and have been a fan since about 1982. Cut was the their first album I ever heard by them. I have most of their releases from 1970 and on. I do not love every song by GE. In fact there are almost entire albums I cannot listen to (To The Hilt is my least fav album by them). I write this review in 2012. It is not a review of how it fared in 1984 but rather - is it listenable now?

With this mind -- my review. (1 to 5 stars.)

Overall notes. N.E.W.S is one of my favorite GE albums. I know there are die hard fans of the band from the 70's. Well I didn't know them then. I learned about GE in the 80s and this was the 2nd GE album I bought. GE in the 80s had very distinctive grooves and I don't confuse GE with any other band.

1 - CLEAR NIGHT, MOONLIGHT. Rocker. 80s GE. Horns, gang vocals. I find this to be very listenable. Its very similar to the first song on CUT. They liked that formula and repeated it. I applaud that choice. They did a music video to this song. The band really hams it up. They basically steal a car, kidnap a girl and end up getting shot to death on a desert highway. Cheezy video. Classic Song. 4/5

2 - WHEN THE LADY SMILES. Rocker. AWESOME! The groove on this song is catchy. There are only two verses and then a long extended guitar solo and coda. I play this song often and LOUD. I love how George plays guitar. His style is never metal, or rushed. He plays long riffs which take on a life of their own. One of their best. Not just of the 80s but overall. 5/5

3 - ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Rocker. Straight ahead rock music. Catchy and Georges adds a harder touch to his solo this time. Sounds like a rock song about a 50's noir mystery movie. Shady characters, smoke filled rooms. Contains another George and Barry 2 part vocal in the middle. 5/5

4 - FIST IN GLOVE. Rocker. Okay, this has got some experimentation going on. The band get into a funky groove and sounds different then expected. I grew to love this song. I know it took repeated listenings. I don't suggest you start with this song. But if you get the album it just might grow on you. 2/5

5 - ORWELLS YEAR. This song was not on all versions of the album releases. I have it on a US CD release. I never heard this song until the mid 90s. Rocker. Its got a rougher edge compared to the rest of the album. The basic groove rocks out. The chorus is okay, not my favorite of the band. 3/5

6 - N.E.W.S. Funky Rocker. The band went experimental again. After repeated listens I grew to like the song and its chorus. I know its not for everyone. Lots of keyboards in this song. Not your typical GE song. 3/5

7 - I'LL MAKE IT ALL UP TO YOU. Rocker. Okay the album gets back on track and into a great groove again. The rhythm section is very tight. Rinus on bass is excellent. George has another long guitar solo and ending. 5/5

8 - MISSION IMPOSSIBLE. Rocker. Right in line with song 7. groove and guitar parts. I think GE was trying to recapture the Twilight Zone vibe with this song. Barry and George trade off on lead vocals nicely. 5/5

9 - IT'S OVER NOW. Rocker. George has main vocals. I love how he wails at certain points in songs. You can't help but sing along. 5/5

I give this album a 4 star overall because of the few tracks that are basically for hard core fans. But there are at least 6 songs on this disc to really enjoy.

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 Cut by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1982
3.15 | 13 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

5 stars Okay I understand the difference between a PROG review vs Basic Album Review. Mine will be a basic rock album review as it relates to GE albums.

I assume anyone reading this is thinking about getting this album since they are interested in GE. I am a GE fan. I have over 20 of their albums and have been a fan since about 1982. Cut was the their first album I ever heard by them. I have most of their releases from 1970 and on. I do not love every song by GE. In fact there are almost entire albums I cannot listen to (To The Hilt is my least fav album by them). I write this review in 2012. It is not a review of how it fared in 1982 but rather - is it listenable now?

With this mind -- my review. (1 to 5 stars.)

Overall notes. CUT is one of my favorite GE albums. I think as a whole the album shows how much they learned in the 70s about making music. They had done all the experimental lead flute, jazzy, prog, extra long stuff and got it out of their system. By 1978 they turned to more AOR rock songs. 1978-1989 is my favorite era of the band. They spent time developing each of these songs. They all have very distinctive grooves and I don't confuse GE with any other band.

1 - THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT. Rocker. This is a song with a "gang vocal". As Barry sings the main vocal at times the rest of the guys join in to sing the counter lyric. "YEAH", "BULLSHIT", "CONFESS". etc I find the song structure excellent. There are sections with horns which add to the feel of the song. This song and "Clear Night" from NEWS sounds very similar and I generally play them back to back in play lists. 4/5

2 - FUTURE. Bluesy Rocker. I love this song. I belt out the chorus at the top of my voice every time I hear it. "Its gonna happen in the Future...Ohhhh ohhhhhh ahhhhhhh ohhhhhh". I find this song very catchy. GE went through several stylistic changes. This song fits right in with their 1980-1986 song structure. 5/5.

3 - BABY DYNAMITE. Light Rocker. Great grove on this song. I like how unrushed the song is. The ending coda lasts for over a minute with bass / drums and guitar flourishes. its classic 80s GE.

4 - LAST OF THE MOHICANS. Rocker. Again the guys get into a great grove. Bass and drums working to keep it thumping along. Barry and George do 2 part harmony, which I love. Like the previous song the ending is a nice long play groove with some "nah nah naaaaaah" ending vocals. 5/5

5 - LOST AND FOUND. Light Rocker. Another great groove starts things off. Barry handles the main singing with George handling the counter point vocals. I love their songs in this style. 5/5

6 - TWILIGHT ZONE. Rocker. I'm sure everyone has heard this song at least a million times. It was all over the radio and MTV in 1982. I first GE by this song. One of their best groves. This song has classic George guitar riffs and flourishes. Some great gang vocals which was part of their 80s sound. On the long album version there is a great middle section with bass and drums followed by George's lead guitar coming in and riff'ing the hell outta the song. The band surges on and right back into the main chorus. Most people know GE by Radar Love or Twilight Zone. And then another extending ending. 5/5

7 - CHARGIN' UP MY BATTERIES. Light Rocker. I really like the lighter side of GE. Its George handling most of the vocals. The rhythm section is again carrying this song on. Its so catchy. One of my favorite GE songs ever. 5/5

8 - SECRETS. Rocker. Not for everyone. I admit I was thrown back the first time I heard this song. Its not your typical song structure (sounds like bird calls in the middle there?). I have learned to listen to this song. Only because of the hundreds of times I played this album. DO NOT Judge this album based on this song. I think the band had put the first 7 songs down and just jammed out this song out. You will need to be hardcore fan to appreciate it. 2/5

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 Tits 'N Ass by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.00 | 9 ratings

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Review by DSpitzer

4 stars Posted by longtime GE fan. I have most of GE's discography from 1970 on. Waited years for latest release. When it finally hit the shelves I got my copy on day one and nervously hit Play All. As always I need to hear an album several times to absorb the music and let it grow on me. I found I really like the 2nd half of the album better then the first half. After playing it for the past week here is my song by song review. I have it playing in the background as I type this review.

1- IDENTICAL. Pleasing rocker. Upbeat, thumping drum backing. At 3 1/2 minutes its perfect length for a song. I like this song. reminds me of how GE rocked out. 5/5.

2 - LITTLE TIME BOMB. Rocker. Not too challenging. Seems a little to pedestrian. I kept hoping the song would have a better chorus or guitar solo to save it. 3/5.

3 - COOL AS IT GETS. Rocker. I swear its T-REX's Bang a Gong melody in background. Has a retro 70s vibe to it. I like this song. It has a pleasing vocal track, nice guitar solo. Its worth repeat listening. 4/5.

4 - ACROBATS AND CLOWNS. Rocker. Nice vocal, Barry and George sing a duo on the chorus. The guitar is okay. I wanted it to get a little bit wilder but it left me wanting more. 3/5.

5 - WHAT DO I KNOW ABOUT LOVE. Ballad. Nice guitar melody. Lyrics are heartfelt. George's vocals are always so classy and he sings 2 part harmony with Barry on the Chorus. Haunting. 5/5.

6 - STILL GOT THE KEYS TO MY FIRST CADILLAC. Rocker. Yes, this songs kicks ass. Its a throwback to songs about driving on the open highway, wind in your hair. Sounds like the band was having fun with this song. Every instrument and note is awesome and necessary. 5/5.

7 - DOPE RUNNER. Rocker. Its got a mean keyboard, guitar frenetic battle going on. I bet this song takes on a life of its own played live. The one part I don't like is the bongo drums towards the end. Never been a fan and it ads nothing for me. Very listenable though. 4/5.

8 - THIS LOVE. Ballad. I love this song. Its George singing about Killer Love. "This loves a killer, its gonna kill us both". Great melody, great lyrics. And George hits the high note at just the right time. 5/5.

9 - STRATOSPHERE. Rocker. Crank it up, very upbeat and every part meshes again. I have been singing this song in my head. Barry is singing to an old flame and basically tells her that her head has been up her ass for the past 5 years. Classic. 5/5.

10 - OVER THE CLIFF INTO THE DEEP BLUE. Ballad. Another great ballad. These guys can think up some great melody lines. This song only takes one listen to love it. 5/5.

11 - FLOWERS IN THE MUD. Bluesy and nice groove. George comes in a with a straight outta the 70s guitar solo. One of my favorite songs on the album. 5/5

12 - JUSTIN TIME. Rocker. This feels like it would fit right in with the songs from the HOLE in the 80s. Reminded me of the first songs on that album. Groove is very cool. 5/5.

13 - AVENUE OF BROKEN DREAMS. Rocker. Its an okay song. I was hoping this would turn into something better by the bridge or guitar solo. I find I have been skipping this track upon repeated listenings. 3/5

14 - WANTED BY WOMEN. Ballad. George on vocals again. I really like when he takes center mic. Its a song about these guys knowing they were rock sex stars in the past desired by females. But they really wanted the love a girl who never fell for that BS and hence they never hooked up. 5/5.

If you add up the good and great songs its easy to see this is an album to get. I will add at least 9 or 10 of these to songs to my frequent playlist.

David Spitzer - San Diego CA USA June 2012

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 Live by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Live, 1977
4.03 | 15 ratings

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4 stars My favorite live album. By this time, in the mid to late 70s, Earring had a two guitar lineup, which allowed lead guy George Kooymans more freedom as the other guy held down the fort. Barry Hay makes a great live frontman, confident and energetic, with just a dose of self- deprecating humor. The songs comprising this double live album are a journey from peak to peak to peak. "Radar Love" gets its definitive treatment ? it's stretched out to 12 minutes, but instead of boring us, it manages to capture the building intensity of the studio version and build the intensity even slower and greater ? exhilarating! The Byrds song "Eight Miles High" goes through ten minutes of guitar exploration, with the two guitarists soloing off each other, but with an inner logic that makes the time fly right by. There's one or two tracks I could do without ("Con Man"), but overall this is what I look for in a live album: it supplants the respective studio versions in every way, and makes you feel like you're right there at the concert.

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 Moontan by GOLDEN EARRING album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.92 | 60 ratings

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Review by Hercules

4 stars There are(at least) two versions of Moontan. The later UK version has the tracks listed here. The original UK version (which I own, having bought it on the day it was released!) has the track order 1 Radar Love 2 Candy's Going Bad 3 Vanilla Queen 4 Big Tree Blue Sea 5 Are You Receiving Me. It omits by far the two worst tracks and adds a killer progressive track, so is far superior in my view. The cover (which shows a very scantily clad woman) caused outrage in the US (especially the Bible Belt) when initially released and was changed on later versions to one with a golden earring - whether they changed the inside (which shows a completely naked rear view of singer Barry Hay!) I know not, but I suspect that would have been even more outrageous to the righteous ones.

The album kicks off with Radar Love, a track that is a standard rocker but a classic and one of the best driving songs ever. Candy's Going Bad is also straight rock, about a middle class girl who turns to prostitution, to the horror of her parents. Then things get really interesting. Vanilla Queen is a wonderful track with a steadily building mood over a simple synth pattern - the cover art reflects the theme of the woman in question. There is an eerie middle section with wierd voices and sound effects which is very Floydian before the track builds back up, starting with acoustic guitar and introducing bass and the other instruments one at a time to a fade out with a string section. An amazing track.

The second side is two long, quite complex songs which have strong progressive elements and incorporate plenty of Barry Hay's excellent flute playing and sax by Bertus Borgers.

The musicianship and vocals are exemplary throughout, slide guitarist Eelco Gelling guesting on several tracks to back George Kooymans. The material is consistently strong and every track is a delight. Whilst not prog in the sense of Foxtrot or Close to the Edge, this has easily enough progressive elements to merit inclusion here, but it may be the only album of Golden Earring's that really does. As a rock album, it's a 5* masterpiece and essential to any serious music collection, but doesn't quite make that grade as a prog album, so only 4*. The later release with the tracks listed on this site would only be 3*, so hunt down one of the original vinyls at all costs. And get one with the original cover artwork too!

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