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Oh Carole (Kiss My Whip) - Goddo - Who Cares (CD, Album)

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  1. Goddo was one of Canada's rising stars of the music industry in the late 70's and early 80's. Fronted by Greg Godovitz on vocal, Gino Scarpelli on guitar and Doug Inglis on drums, Goddo made cross Canada sweeps creating a loyal fan base that crowded into sold out shows.
  2. Who Cares ', recorded in Toronto, and issued in , showcases a band on the move. Whilst their debut album made a firm case for pummelling hard rock, Who Cares lays down the law in similar fashion but also pushes the envelope, introducing more complex arrangements and acoustic parts, like the cello accompaniment to 'Tough Times'.
  3. At times I can hear that comparison, such as in songs like "Cock On" but it's a stretch to say that Goddo sound the same. At times I am reminded of the mighty talitcompsapostreathighdeadguterconscomp.coinfo, especially on songs like the ultra-hooky "Sweet Thing" and the campy "Oh Carole (Kiss My Whip)".
  4. Produced by Godovitz under the pseudonym Thomas Morley-Turner -- reputedly to snow label execs who wanted a "proper" producer -- Who Cares was Goddo's high-water mark. An ambitious album for its time, Who Cares fused poppier hooks, classical passages, and comic vignettes with libidinous rockers such as "Sweet Thing," a groupie ode that became the band's signature song.