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EBU GOGO

RIO/Avant-Prog • United States


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A Providence-based experimental rock combo EBU GOGO were founded as an off-shoot project of Gruvis Malt by the three - Justin ABENE (bass), Gavin CASTLETON (synthesizer, rhodes piano), and Brendan BELL-LEONARD (drums, drum kit) in late 2000s. They've got remarkably inspired by progressive rock, avantgarde-progressive, math rock, post-punk or so, and called themselves as an action / adventure band.

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WorldsWorlds
CDBY 2008
Audio CD$16.67
$9.85 (used)
Chase Scenes 1-14Chase Scenes 1-14
2007
Audio CD$34.86
$136.54 (used)


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Chase Scenes 1-14
2006
5.00 | 1 ratings
Worlds
2007

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 Worlds by EBU GOGO album cover Studio Album, 2007
5.00 | 1 ratings

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Ebu Gogo RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Smurph

— First review of this album —
5 stars I was turned onto Ebu Gogo through a good friend of mine, who claimed that Worlds is one of his top 5 albums of all time. I didn't even listen to more than 5 songs before I decided to buy it. The music is adventurous, active, and just the right level of intense mixed with beauty to cater to my emotions. This is a modern instrumental Emerson Lake and Palmer for fans of video game music.

Let me first mention the importance of the bass tone in this record. The bass tone is perfect. There are plenty of distorted chords being played yet every note is audible. Either the bass player or the engineer truly knew what they were doing.

Sometimes this music is very catchy and might make you want to dance, other times the music is drenched in so much rhythmic complexity, you have to listen to the album several times to catch it all. There are plenty of beautiful melodies, heavy moments, and more symphonic ones.

In all honesty, this band seems to be listed in RIO/Avant simply because it is not definable, yet it would have had just as much reason to be in Eclectic. This is not along the "weirder" side of avant music... but it is still full of strange elements.

Let me mention the bass one more time. Justin Abene is a bass player's bassist. He WAILS yet every note feels entirely necessary. Some of his bass riffs are complex enough to be bass solos, yet you never lose the feel of a groove. The keys and drums are not simple either... You will just have to listen to the record to fully understand what I mean. Don't worry about the lack of guitar work on this album... as a guitarist I was still fully satisfied.

This album is a masterpiece. I have no qualms saying this. This record is up there with "Palace of Mirrors" or really any other modern avant rock album. Check it out. :-D

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