New Goo Goo Dolls Song

2010-05-21 by Jared Ponton EMERITUS | 28 Comments
The Goo Goo Dolls have posted 'Home' on their official website. The song will be the first single to be taken from their upcoming album, Something for the Rest of Us, which will be released through Warner Bros. on July 13.

http://www.googoodolls.com/

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Dwap
May 21st 2010
68 Comments


Does anybody like this band?

BigHans
May 21st 2010
27925 Comments


Yes.

BigHans
May 21st 2010
27925 Comments


Although this song doesn't do much for me. A Boy named Goo, Dizzy Up the Girl, and Gutterflower are strong records however.

ThePalestMexican
May 21st 2010
2816 Comments


I actually need to listen to these guys more.

Apollo
May 21st 2010
10661 Comments


^this

SowingSeason
Moderator
May 21st 2010
20964 Comments


dizzy up the girl is one of my fav. records.

this sounded decent so im sure it will grow

Digging: Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool

MUNGOLOID
May 21st 2010
4433 Comments


ever since i heard black balloons, i could never get into this band.

bloc
May 21st 2010
36480 Comments


I used to love the hell out of that song Big Machine when I was younger.

SeaAnemone
May 21st 2010
21389 Comments


wow! I'm pleasantly surprised I'm not the only one that's excited for this! Goo Goo Dolls are a longtime favorite of mine... new stuff (they've been playing a lot more than one new song at shows) sounds superb from what I've heard. Seen many a concert with my mom when I was younger with them ; )

fr33convict
May 21st 2010
11716 Comments


From what I've heard they make some awesome singles. Never boughten one of thier albums though...

Fieryfenderz
May 21st 2010
1725 Comments


I dig the guy's voice, but they've never been groundbreaking. They're good for what they are.

FishPhoenix
May 21st 2010
93 Comments


Not bad. They'll never make anything better than what they did in the Dizzy Up the Girl days.

BigHans
May 21st 2010
27925 Comments


You could make a pretty strong mix CD with the best songs off a Boy Named Goo, Dizzy Up the Girl, and Gutterflower alone.

1. Naked
2. Long Way Down
3. Dizzy
4. Burning Up
5. Slide
6. Broadway
7. Here is Gone
8. Sympathy
9. Big Machine
10. Black Balloon
11. Flat Top
12. Aint That Unusual
13. Acoustic #3
14. Name
15. What a Scene
16. Tucked Away
17. Iris
18. Bulletproof
19. Eyes Wide Open

jabberwockyGC
May 21st 2010
116 Comments


band is a guilty pleasure, specifically their older material that nobodys heard of anymore

Dryden
May 21st 2010
13486 Comments


oh man checking this out

Zizzer
May 21st 2010
915 Comments


Only heard Iris, but I liked it.

BigHans
May 21st 2010
27925 Comments


Dude get yourself some more, like the songs in that mix I posted. If you like Iris you'll like most of those.

Parallels
May 21st 2010
8633 Comments


how can you not like iris

Digging: Sophie - Product

AgentZero
May 21st 2010
322 Comments


I would sell my soul for this band to break up and Isis to get down off of their artistic high horse and keep making music, even if they feel like they are treading water. You listening, Satan?

WhiteNoise
May 22nd 2010
3405 Comments


FUCK THE GOO GOO DOLLS THEY CAN SUCK MY BALLS! THEY LOOK LIKE THE DOGS THAT HANG OUT AT THE MALL!

TREO5
May 22nd 2010
1071 Comments


They were my fave. band in Jr. High. Have you heard Up Yours Jabberwocky?

AgentZero
May 22nd 2010
322 Comments


Who the hell do they think they are insulting Lewis Carroll like that by invoking his work? He was a fine, upstanding, hallucinogen addicted pedophile.

heyadam
May 22nd 2010
1817 Comments


This band is one of my huge guilty pleasure bands.....@agentzero, your avatar of the dr.rockso poser just made my day

Digging: Chance the Rapper - Coloring Book

jabberwockyGC
May 22nd 2010
116 Comments


yeah that song's pretty sweet, I don't have Jed though. Superstar Car Wash is one of my favorite albums by them, but then I got Hold Me Up, and I wasn't digging it as much. So now I don't know if I want to go further back or not

heyadam
May 22nd 2010
1817 Comments


Song was meh, but I like the Goo Goo Dolls, so I'll check the album out

Eclectic
May 22nd 2010
3302 Comments


Song was meh, but I like the Goo Goo Dolls, so I'll check the album out [2]

AND I DON'T WANT THE WORLD TO SEE ME!

DashGLORY182
May 23rd 2010
3 Comments


yeah this song isnt as good as their previous singles

jettajo
September 6th 2010
1 Comments


I thought it was a good first release for the new album, although it is not my favorite track. I think it is catchy enough to get radio play, but not destined to be a classic like many other singles of the past. I am curious to see what their second release from the album will be. I also strongly encourage people to take the time to read the stories behind the songs. This new album is more emotionally charged and less sentimental than some of the previous albums, and offers much promise.



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