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  • CD (11 septembre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000UE64QA
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Disque : 1

  1. Grip Like a Vice
  2. Doing It Right
  3. My World
  4. Titanic Vandalism
  5. Fake ID
  6. Universal Speech
  7. Keys To the City
  8. The Wrath Of Marcie
  9. I Never Needed It Now So Much
  10. Flashlight Flight - Chuck D
  11. Patricia's Moving Picture

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HASH(0x9cf0290c) étoiles sur 5 Doing it right 11 septembre 2007
Par EA Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If the Go! Team's debut "Thunder Lightning Strike!" was a cheerleading squad on acid, then their second is the same squad taking over a club.

And "Proof of Youth" features this deliciously raucous, wild-sounding Brighton band splashing new sounds over their music. The quieter songs don't quite fit their sound as well, but fortunately most of the album is rollicking colourful rock'n'roll and quirky rap-pop, still fresh and fun.

"The blast from the past, superb in every word/Soupest female rapper, yes the best you heard... To you!/So what you wanna do?" It's a bit self-absorbed, but who cares? The first song -- and lead single -- is a frenetically-drummed, funky dance tune with their trademarked acid-funk-cheerleading-rock style. It'll make you dance, whether you like it or not.

It also sets the tone for the album, with loads of rollicking indiepop full of emphatic raps you can barely make out. Lots of blaring horns, schizophrenic synth, shimmering melodica, tinkly edges, wild riffs and bouncy, expansive melodies that are dizzying to listen to. The driving rock and powerpop hurtle you toward the finish line, the quirky, playful "Patricia's Moving Picture."

But the Go! Team also tries out some quieter songs -- "I Never Needed It Now So Much" is a straightforward indiepop tune with some wonky keyboard. And "My World" is a bit of a shock, with just a layer of keyboard over an acoustic instrumental. It's a letdown when it starts, and a shock when it switches over to the jumbled festival sound of "Titanic Vandalism."

Basically the Go! Team have much the same sound as before -- rap-funk-psychrock-pop as played by alien cheerleaders, and played with the same kind of wild enthusiasm. And to keep listeners astounded, "Proof of Life" just tries a few new things, polishes the edges, and tries for a more organic sound with fewer samples.

Okay, I didn't really like the quiet songs -- they didn't sound like the Go! Team, and didn't possess that volcanic energy. But all the other songs show why I adore this band: playfully colourful funky-pop, or wild, driving indie-rock/rap. The instrumentation is a dense tangle of roiling electric guitars, gentle acoustics, crazy smashing drums, xylophone chimes, a brassy array of trumpets, and waves and swooshes of colourful synth. Occasionally you can even hear a harmonica in there.

And the samples? They're still there, but they're more interwoven into the melodies -- you can hear some sirens somewhere in the mix, alongside Ninja's powerful raps, Solex's pop tune, Kaori Tsuchida's girlish chants ("DO it! DO it! ALL RIGHT!") and Chuck D in the penultimate track. Bless him, his raps blend seamlessly into the storm of crazy brass'n'riffs.

"Proof of Life" could have benefited by snipping a couple of songs, but the resulting sophomore album is still a gloriously energetic, joyous mishmash of styles and sounds. All right, do it all right!
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HASH(0x9eba8d2c) étoiles sur 5 The Go! Team play excellent noise rock/rap in their follow-up album 24 septembre 2007
Par Jonathan Oyama - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is probably my favorite album of the year. It's hard to find such an awesome band that combines noise distorted guitars with rap, cheerleading and some wicked horn parts. This album is especially tasty, though, with a sugar-coated 70's TV show vibe combined with the hard rock of the 90's and cool raps.
The Go! Team is great at playing cool rhythms within four beat time signatures. However, I especially liked the strong downbeat feel of the album, in comparison to "Thunder, Lightning, Strike". This is a more hip-hop oriented album, with awesome rhymes. Chuck D. from Public Enemy even makes a great cameo, turning the song "Flashlight Fight" into a cool hard-core activist feel.
I like everything in this album. The songs remind me of the best parts of the "Parappa the Rapper" video game on the Playstation. The raps, the horns and the harmonicas combine to make the best rock/rap/cheerleader album that I've ever heard. Why hasn't anyone else made a great album like this?
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HASH(0x9c6ff7a4) étoiles sur 5 WHAT MORE "PROOF" DOES ONE NEED?!?! 12 novembre 2007
Par M. McKay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
WOW....a sophomore effort in this day and age that's as good as the debut....AMAZING! Well, it shouldn't be that amazing with this energetic young band from Brighton, England. Their unique sound and style should carve them out a career filled with incredible albums and singles. It's not easy to pin down the sound of The Go! Team, they're one of the biggest mixed bags that popular music has seen in a long time. But one thing that can be said is that they encompass true spirit and pleasure, trite, but I don't know how else to word it.

The band's American debut "Thunder, Lightning, Strike" knocked me out upon first listen in October of '05. Here was a dizzying combination of urban funk meets '70s T.V. show theme songs meets hip hop meets folk music meets noise pop meets Sesame Street! The band's songs relate to getting down on a dance floor as much as they do social consciousness glossed over with the same child like innocence as learning your ABCs with Bert and Ernie. CAN YOU DIG IT? Long winded, yes, but listening to The Go! Team will have you pondering such notions or just asking yourself, "Why does this band make me feel so happy?" And that is desperately needed nowadays, wouldn't you agree?

If you enjoyed the first album, then you'll love this one as well. A large second dose of that same happy sensation you felt when you first heard them (for me, "Ladyflash" on the radio driving home one night from work...ahem...WHO IS THIS?!). The formula isn't tampered with in the slightest. Track 8, "The Wrath Of Marcie" has got to be the best song they have released! Here the "catchy chorus" and "melodic hook" factor are SO overtly apparent the entire song boils right over into delusional sugar-coated insanity! Track 2, "Doing It Right" has been rec the most airplay and conjures up those same images of inner city black girls competing in double dutch jump rope tournaments. There is a unique '60s Motown/Phil Spector girl group feel to this one as well, begging for you to join in on the fun when you hear those infectious hand claps and shouts of "DO IT! DO IT! ALL RIGHT!" There are two instrumentals featured, the melancholy "My World" that showcases a simple combination of acoustic guitar and synthesizer and the closing track, "Patricia's Moving Picture." Both glisten like late '60s sunshine pop, evoking tears and memories of loved ones or happy times in life. "Titanic Vandalism" features the band nailing down a horn laden groove that's so funky it'll put your spine out of place while "Keys To The City" is quite noisy. You'll find those sweet melodic loops beneath the song's surface though (headphones will help). "Flashlight Fight" is harder edged featuring Public Enemys' Chuck D and "Grip Like A Vice" has Ninja bragging she's the "greatest female rapper you'll ever see." I seriously doubt that statement, but oh well.

All bands claim musical influences, that's common. However for a band to take a dozen or so different musical genres and meld them into a completely unique and i package, is a challenge and a most difficult undertaking for any band. The proof here, however, is that The Go! Team seem to be "doing it right."
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HASH(0x9d395060) étoiles sur 5 Go! Team Go! 1 novembre 2007
Par loctgruv - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If I could give it 6 stars I would, especially after seeing them live! this sound is so fun and original and just hearing "Doing it Right" sends chills up my spine because it rocked even harder live. It was halloween, i was dressed like the devil and I danced so hard I thought I was going to drop dead!
Combining 60 spy music, 80's old school hip hop, nursery rhymes and white noise, The Go! Team paint a dadaist pastiche that is instantly danceable, fun, and out of this world original! Taking all these things and making them gel together this well rarely happens, but listen to "Fake ID", "Milk Crisis", "Grip Like A Vice", "Flashlight Fight", or "Phantom Broadcast" and try to tell me otherwise. Totally original and even beteer than the first LP! What a gift this album really is; Ninja and crew really took it out of the galaxy here. The Go! Team are Unbeatable!
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HASH(0x9d17ec6c) étoiles sur 5 If you liked the first album then... 24 septembre 2007
Par nvcameron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
buy this now but dont expect any change in music, this album simply sounds like a remake of the first album(why I took one star off)but in this case thats a good thing since no one really sounds like this band. Enjoy!
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