Complete your The Gories collection. Outta Here (LP, Album). Crypt Records, Crypt Records. Outta Here (CD, Album).
The Gories took their name from a band that appeared on the 1960s television show Gidget. The band members, who at that time dressed in mod clothing, were friends for over a year before they decided to start the band. At the time they formed the Gories, only Collins had had any musical experience, and they had to teach themselves. The Gories released their first album, Houserockin', in 1989.
This self-produced third album was the band's last. At times the frustration can be heard amid the clamor ("48 Hours"). Innovations and improvements would only have corrupted the Gories' primitive brilliance, especially this late in the game, but Mick Collins proves yet again that he possesses one of the most soulful voices the city of Detroit ever produced. Reverb helps dull the edge of Dan Kroha's nasal yelp . Though Outta Here saw the end of a great band just as the scene it best exemplified was coming into its own, the Gories left their fans on just the bent note everyone expected. 1 He's Doin' It The Gories 2:39. 2 There But for the Grace of God Go I The Gories 3:7.
The Gories took their name from a band that appeared on the 1960s television show
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Written-By – Collins*
Written-By – Ash*
Margaret Ann O'Neill*
Engineer, Mixed By
Daniel Charles Knohn*,
Recorded at P&L Studio, 1990
[First issue on purple vinyl, second issue on black.]
This entry is for the second issue, black vinyl.
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