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Reviewed in the United States on 18 November 2004. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Prolific dude, Ginn, what with this revamped Gone and all his solo stuff and Confront James to boot. ... Gone- New Vengence BludgeonPigeon. Hello Select your address Best Sellers Today's Deals New Releases Electronics Books Customer Service Gift Ideas Home Computers Gift Cards Sell .

This video is unavailable. Way beyond Black Flag, way beyond gone and words and into another something, way way gone away. Greg Ginn-guitar Andrew Weiss-bass Sim Cain- Drums. Angular, jagged, convulsive, controlled, constrained. In 1986, he formed an instrumental trio called Gone which ran until 1987, at which time Greg retired from performing all together and concentrated on running SST Records and its sub-labels, Cruz Records, New Alliance Records, and the short-lived Issues Records.

Prior to forming Gone, Ginn had been performing some instrumental compositions with Black Flag themselves. .well, Greg Ginn has never sounded better and his new rhythm section (Steve Sharp and Gregory Moore) is right there with him. The album's an aquired taste, but worth it. Skip navigation Sign in.

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Gone done gone and come back. And if you can listen to "Freeny" without breaking into a dopey grin then you are down indeed and had better avoid sharp objects and mirrors. © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Virtually unlistenable and incredible good. And just when you think "Smoking Gun In Wasco" (sic!) How many times is he going to play that riff?


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has practically no melody at all you notice that there's this weird repetition thing going on with the guitar, like some kind of sample, man, and. OH yeah. It focuses in on a very narrow musical spaace and explores it with great intensity and imagination. Search. You start off not being able to live with it, and before you know it, you're addicted to some of the most innovative instrumental work by today's most important rock guitarist. It goes right up to the line.