Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Gone II - But Never Too Gone
Genres: Alternative Rock, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
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Drop the hat, get the record
C. Murphy | Somerville, MA United States | 11/02/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you dig Ginn it's a no-brainer. Sick, dissonant, all-over-the-place guitar is complimented by extra tight rhythm section (Cain/Weiss). Screwy instrumental rock that's more together than Flag's "..Weeding Out" album. Easily some of the most perverted riffs ever invented by Ginn, which is saying something. I don't know of more than 4 people besides myself that flip for this album."
This could be called volume 2 of the gone legacy///
jason pike | salem mass | 07/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"well some time bands dont realise good second albums but for greg ginn and the sim cain /andrew weiss band this is could be exception. GONE has returned with there 2nd assult of criminal insane instrumenatal music .a mix of everything under the sun . but unlike my review of the first album i forgotten how much these guys where really jazz influenced in these jamms . its some where in between king crimson and mahavishnu orchestra(in spirt not sound ) i guess. but the best thing of it all is that it greg ginn instead(thats enough for sure).i think all in all that black flag had disbanned at the right time because ginn would not of been able to make this kind of music with those guys.but wait you dont know who black flag is than maybe you should cheak out the 'process of weeding out' before this album because thats almost the first chapter in all this instrumental mold breaking ludichrist dissodent untimely stuff here.......just music to get the lead out.."