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A Joyful Noise

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Melody Emergency
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Perfect World
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Get a Job
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Move in the Right Direction
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Casualties of War
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Into The Wild
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Get Lost
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Involved
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Horns
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I Won't Play
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Love In a Foreign Place
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:07

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Barry Walters

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Award-winning critic Barry Walters is a longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Spin, the Village Voice, and many other publications. His interview with Prince a...more »

05.22.12
Righteous funk-punk, flattering synths and arresting vocals
2012 | Label: Columbia

At the beginning of the last decade, the Gossip were a garage band similar to pre-stardom White Stripes, if they were from Searcy, Arkansas, by way of Olympia, Washington, and led by an out, proud and queer fat advocate. Not anyone’s recipe for mainstream success. Fast-forward to the present: Gossip have massive European hits behind them; they’ve recorded with Rick Rubin and Simian Mobile Disco alike, and on A Joyful Noise, the threesome team with… read more »

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A Joyful Noise

Duke55

Horrible, Gossip have lost their way. Sounds exactly like it was produced by Cher's producer during her disco glory days. Shame.

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Move In The Right Direction

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Beth 'Effin ' Ditto

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Interview: Gossip’s Beth Ditto

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In the late '90s, an 18-year-old Beth Ditto moved to Olympia, Washington, from Searcy, Arkansas, with her best friends. In less than a year they started the best punk band in town. When I first met them, they were all working as "Sandwich Artists" at the Subway across the street from the offices of Kill Rock Stars, where I worked at the time. I was a huge Gossip fan from the beginning, and remember telling… more »