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Good Times, Bad Times - Ten Years of Godsmack

by Godsmack

Good Times, Bad Times - Ten Years of Godsmack by Godsmack

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Good Times, Bad Times - Ten Years of Godsmack

by Godsmack

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Label: Republic / Universal
Godsmack appeared a bit after the grunge movement ended -- or just at the tail end of it, depending on whom you talk to. However, they carried the torch of their influences with an uncharacteristically (for most bands of the post-grunge era) metallic intensity, a fact that has set them apart and contributed to their continued success well past the millennium. Good Times, Bad Times collects their radio hits and concert staples. Not a bad place for newcomers to start and possibly worth it for veterans, if only to hear Sully take on Robert Plant on the title cut, a Led Zeppelin cover.

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Godsmack appeared a bit after the grunge movement ended -- or just at the tail end of it, depending on whom you talk to. However, they carried the torch of their influences with an uncharacteristically (for most bands of the post-grunge era) metallic intensity, a fact that has set them apart and contributed to their continued success well past the millennium. Good Times, Bad Times collects their radio hits and concert staples. Not a bad place for newcomers to start and possibly worth it for veterans, if only to hear Sully take on Robert Plant on the title cut, a Led Zeppelin cover.

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About This Album

Godsmack appeared a bit after the grunge movement ended -- or just at the tail end of it, depending on whom you talk to. However, they carried the torch of their influences with an uncharacteristically (for most bands of the post-grunge era) metallic intensity, a fact that has set them apart and contributed to their continued success well past the millennium. Good Times, Bad Times collects their radio hits and concert staples. Not a bad place for newcomers to start and possibly worth it for veterans, if only to hear Sully take on Robert Plant on the title cut, a Led Zeppelin cover.