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Gonculator's Family Restaurant

by Gonculator

Progressive ideals in a poppier package play out like Rush meeting Wilco at the Beatles' house to rock some Iron Maiden covers.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Gonculator's Family Restaurant
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2. Sale of the Century
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3. Asthma
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4. Dana Novocaina
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5. False Start
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6. Motorcycle Love
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7. Detention
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8. The Day (You Took a Dump on my Heart)
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9. James Goldsberry
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10. Dan Makes Pepperoni
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11. Sexual Harassment (In the Workplace)
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12. Back in Neverland
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13. The Mid-Life Crisis Song
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14. 25 Years
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15. Ahhh, Fork It!
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16. Corruption in America...
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Album Notes
Gonculator…Less a band than a force, brought together with the goal of forging a new vein in the circulatory system of hard rock, one that oxygenates the solid pulse-pounding riffs of Zeppelin and Van Halen with breaths of musical fresh air akin to the grandest conceptions of Queen and Zappa. Gonculator's songs are healthy injections of superb, succinct songwriting, chromatically chameleonic from Weezer when well-lit to Tool at their most tenebrous. Progressive ideals in a poppier package play out like Rush meeting Wilco at the Beatles' house to rock some Iron Maiden covers.

Since their inception in 2003, Gonculator has grown out of their hometown of Hilton, NY and into the hearts and groins of unsuspecting audience members, waiting to experience a live act that would rewrite their conception of what a "great show" could be. The foursome project a unified persona that refuses to treat onlookers as passive voyeurs of their art, instead encouraging fists in the air and an air of friendship between those who came for a good time and those who came to give it to them.

Gonculator’s Family Restaurant
Opening for Rufus Wainright at SUNY Fredonia's Fredfest in 2006, Gonculator caught the ear of indie label SubCat Records. The resultant recording deal allowed for the insuppressible energy epitomized by Gonculator's on-stage antics to be properly purveyed to the public in the form of Gonculator's Family Restaurant.


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Niki and Zander

Knocked us out of my socks. Now our feet are cold.
Words cannot descibe the Spectacular Gogulacticlal amazing spectulic sound of the PHemanistic Gonculators. Wock on boys.
Buy the CD. Buy it twice.
amily retsuarant is a four course meal. musica ala mode.

a fan

each song is better than the last
Gonculator's Family Restaurant is extremely clever, tying in the theme throughout the CD and showcasing each member's talents. The lyrics are thoughtful and engaging and thought-provoking. Listen to it over and over, it'll get into your head.


Gonculator is fun, creative and talented. I can't wait until I see them perform live again. This CD is great!


Just Rocks
If your looking for something new this is it, it just rocks!


Get CD, well worth the wait. Can't wait to see them perform again.

Brian Johnson