Geoff Useless | Dont Stop

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Dont Stop

by Geoff Useless

Geoff Useless plays some songs with his friends!
Genre: Rock: Cowpunk
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1. Don't Stop
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2. Leaving
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3. Loser
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4. Ghost
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5. All Bets Off
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6. I've Just Seen a Face
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7. Good from Afar
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8. Breaking Down
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9. Love and Mercy
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10. Easy Come Easy Go
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11. Tell Me What
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12. Nothing Compares
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Geoff Useless has long been a master of ultra-catchy power-pop and pop-punk in bands like The Guts, Kurt Baker ( Band ) and The Connection (he’s also toured as a member of the Queers.) But on “Don’t Stop,” he indulges his country side, adding a lot of twang (along with some pedal steel, fiddle, and acoustic guitars) on a collection of bright, sassy cowpunk tunes. While the instrumentation and arrangements go country, Geoff’s ingratiating, boyish vocals still sell the tunes, his lyrical wit remains intact, and of course country-western’s as catchy as pop-punk anyway. Geoff throws in a Beatles cover (“I’ve Just Seen A Face”) and a Guts cover (“Easy Come, Easy Go,”) and there are still traces of Geoff’s pop-punk proclivities on some of the backup vocals and power-pop choruses. Your enthusiasm for this album will depend on your regard for country-western tropes and the trebly sound of pedal steel replacing the usual punk-rock sonics of electric guitars and bass; but as a longtime Geoff Useless fan (who doesn’t particularly listen to country,) I thoroughly enjoyed this change of pace offering.


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