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Goldfinger

Goldfinger is a pop punk band that formed in 1994. It is largely believed that the band is named after the James Bond film, Goldfinger. They were founded by John Feldmann on vocals and guitar, Simon Williams on bass, Darrin Pfeiffer on drums, and Charlie Paulson on guitar. Before they were signed to a major label, they released an EP titled Richter. Many of the songs on Richter are demo versions of songs on their full length debut, Goldfinger, which was released in 1996 and was a hit on college radio. Their biggest single was "Here in Your Bedroom". Though their second album, Hang-Ups, was les ...read more

Goldfinger is a pop punk band that formed in 1994. It is largely believed that the band is named after the James Bond film, Goldfinger. They were founded by John Feldmann on vocals and guitar, Simon Williams on bass, Darrin Pfeiffer on drums, and Charlie Paulson on guitar. Before they were signed to a major label, they released an EP titled Richter. Many of the songs on Richter are demo versions of songs on their full length debut, Goldfinger, which was released in 1996 and was a hit on college radio. Their biggest single was "Here in Your Bedroom". Though their second album, Hang-Ups, was less successful, the band still maintained a devoted fanbase in the hardcore community. Their third studio LP was Stomping Ground, which sold poorly in the US but was a modest hit in some European Countries, thanks to a cover of 99 Red Balloons, sung partly in German. 2002's Open Your Eyes was the first for their new record label, Jive/Zomba. The band moved to Maverick for their fifth release, "Disconnection Notice", which their sixth release in 2008 will also be on.

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LPs
Hello Destiny
2008

3.2
44 Votes
Disconnection Notice
2005

2.8
66 Votes
Open Your Eyes
2002

3.3
108 Votes
Stomping Ground
2000

3.6
118 Votes
Hang-ups
1997

3.6
149 Votes
Goldfinger
1996

3.6
103 Votes
Live Albums
Darrin's Coconut Ass: Live from Omaha
1999

3.4
20 Votes
Compilations
The Best of Goldfinger
2005

3.9
61 Votes

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