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The Godz

About The Godz

Recording in the '60s for one of the first true underground labels, ESP, the Godz began as an abrasive, avant-garde Garage band. Warbling lyrics about decapitation and space travel soon gave way to a more mainstream, Byrds-like, Folk-Rock agenda. It was their early, iconoclastic recordings, however, which helped to lay the blueprint for future movements -- most notably Punk's first wave and today's Lo-Fi/Indie scene. Championed by such luminaries as Lester Bangs and Thurston Moore, the newly-reformed Godz remind us that not everyone wore flowers in their hair.

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The Godz

Recording in the '60s for one of the first true underground labels, ESP, the Godz began as an abrasive, avant-garde Garage band. Warbling lyrics about decapitation and space travel soon gave way to a more mainstream, Byrds-like, Folk-Rock agenda. It was their early, iconoclastic recordings, however, which helped to lay the blueprint for future movements -- most notably Punk's first wave and today's Lo-Fi/Indie scene. Championed by such luminaries as Lester Bangs and Thurston Moore, the newly-reformed Godz remind us that not everyone wore flowers in their hair.

About The Godz

Recording in the '60s for one of the first true underground labels, ESP, the Godz began as an abrasive, avant-garde Garage band. Warbling lyrics about decapitation and space travel soon gave way to a more mainstream, Byrds-like, Folk-Rock agenda. It was their early, iconoclastic recordings, however, which helped to lay the blueprint for future movements -- most notably Punk's first wave and today's Lo-Fi/Indie scene. Championed by such luminaries as Lester Bangs and Thurston Moore, the newly-reformed Godz remind us that not everyone wore flowers in their hair.

About The Godz

Recording in the '60s for one of the first true underground labels, ESP, the Godz began as an abrasive, avant-garde Garage band. Warbling lyrics about decapitation and space travel soon gave way to a more mainstream, Byrds-like, Folk-Rock agenda. It was their early, iconoclastic recordings, however, which helped to lay the blueprint for future movements -- most notably Punk's first wave and today's Lo-Fi/Indie scene. Championed by such luminaries as Lester Bangs and Thurston Moore, the newly-reformed Godz remind us that not everyone wore flowers in their hair.