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Two microphones, drum kit, MPC, keyboard, two guitars and a revolving door of bass players who can't keep in time. Just call dem the Goods, cos it's ironic. They make songs that aren't any particular genre, none of them really fit together, sometimes they have identity crisis phases and think they're a rap gang or a jazz band. They played the Laneway Festival and recorded an album that scored a dwarf's handful of low rotation national radio mega hits, but that's in the past. In 2012, the Goods will write, record and release a new song every week, the second album will come out in three parts, and other parts of Australia will have to tolerate the behaviour of this band of bludds from Footscray, Victoria.
About this track...
A song that takes on an oft-thought about but nary writ about topic: falling in love with a parlour worker who is largely happy, confident and content and doesn't want the affections of pitiful men. Scoring some decent airings on the Triple J clothesline late last year, Gina's a keeper.