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Goo Goo Dolls
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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The Goo Goo's first release from 1989.


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All Artists: Goo Goo Dolls
Title: Jed
Members Wishing: 0
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Label: Metal Blade
Release Date: 2/22/1994
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 039841403527


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The Goo Goo's first release from 1989.

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True Goo
The Traveler | 05/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is album is example what the Goo's are at heart, a great punk/jangle rock band. Unfortunately the Goo's Earlier albums are dismissed as bratty, trashy noise by mainstreamed critics. It's disappointing to see the Goo's go mainstream. The fun enjoyable music of the Goo's is nonexistent in albums from "Dizzy Up The Girl" and forward, it's sad to see it go. They need to move back to Buffalo and take a BIG step back and see what they've become. "Dizzy Up The Girl" and "Gutterflower" are respectable, mainstreamed cds and they don't bother most whole-hearted Goo fans, but the new "Let Love In" doesn't even show their musical talent. They've crossed the line and gone TOO mainstream. "Goo Goo Dolls", "Jed", "Hold Me Up", "Superstar Car Wash", and "A Boy Named Goo" are reminders of the "True Goo"."
Second GGD album - Second Best
sean | n.j. | 02/06/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well for all you bandwagon jumping goo goo dolls fans that came aboard after they put out 'iris' and became big, this is for you. This record was the goo's continuing with their pop-punk style started on their first one. It is slightly toned down but not by much. The release after this one, hold me up, would veer towards what the g.g.d.'s now play everyday. Mainstream overrated pop rock. Buy this one and experience what true unique, fun, inspired punk music is all about. Robby on vocals was the better choice and that was why he was their original singer. His style and vision, although may not have gotten them their mainstream success, is still what makes this and first release great. Very few cheesy ballad songs, aka Johnny songs. You find the goo goo dolls the way they were meant to be here. Do not buy anything after Jed if you are a listener with a brain and some musical sense. I don't care if people say they sold out with "a boy named goo". I say they sold out beginning on "hold me up" and never returned to the real goo goo dolls with talent, relevance, and ballz..."