Goo Goo Dolls ‎– A Boy Named Goo

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– 45750-1
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A1 Long Way Down 3:28
A2 Burnin' Up 2:29
A3 Naked 3:43
A4 Flat Top 4:30
A5 Impersonality 2:41
A6 Name 4:30
B1 Only One 3:18
B2 Somethin' Bad 2:30
B3 Ain't That Unusual 3:19
B4 So Long 2:33
B5 Eyes Wide Open 3:56
B6 Disconnected
Engineer – Jerry FinnMastered By – John MatousekProducer – Goo Goo Dolls, Rob Cavallo
3:00
B7 Slave Girl
Engineer – Jerry FinnMastered By – John MatousekProducer – Goo Goo Dolls, Rob Cavallo
2:17

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20th Anniversary reissue. First time ever on vinyl.

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  • Barcode: 093624926023
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A / Etched): 14308 2A 1-45750
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B / Etched): 14308 2B 1-45750

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SeanRajnert_Official

SeanRajnert_Official

April 22, 2017
The pressing does sound really good, but there's one major problem. I hate the censorship on "Only one". Why the hell would you do that? It doesn't make any sense and there was no point. I felt like I accidently bought an explicit album at a Wal-Mart, only to discover it was a clean version. This is an instance where I would tell people to buy an original CD pressing; Only because it hasn't been cleaned up for the "New Goo Goo Dolls" fans.
Gloomymonkey

Gloomymonkey

December 7, 2015
Has anybody else noticed that the song "Only One" has the word "f*ck" taken out?
That is a big disappointment to me. Not that I really need to hear that, but why not use the original recordings, how it was intended to be? Instead they used the clean version of the album on vinyl.
vinylfilmaholic

vinylfilmaholic

December 2, 2015
Sounds pretty good but not as punchy as the Dizzy press. Still worth purchasing though if you're a fan. Comes with a digital download of the album with 7 unreleased live recordings.