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  • Samugami says:
    Mar 03,  · I got this CD a while back in the late 90's, and it holds up pretty well with all the pop and programming that's been around since then. The album tries to mirror apollo four fourty's "blue" album (IMO) and tries to utilize lyrics and tone like Pulp/5().
  • Kigalmaran says:
    Debut Icelandic release. Copies came in a velour outer bag with stamped Gus Gus logo in three colours - peach, blue-green and white. Ten tracks appeared on the 4AD album Polydistortion, but many of these are different mixes/5(17).
  • Tygomuro says:
    Gus Gus ~ This Is Normal [Enhanced Cd] The glue that sealed the disparate parts of 's Polydistortion is considerably less binding on Gus Gus's second album. This Is Normal comes on like a mix tape of dreamy digitalia, deceptively flip Europop, and jazzy house tracks. Iceland's favorite nine-member arts collective is no doubt digging the confusion/5(19).
  • Malagal says:
    Online shopping for CDs & Vinyl from a great selection of Dance Pop, Vocal Pop, Easy Listening, Oldies, Audio Recordings & more at everyday low prices.
  • Yobei says:
    Find GusGus discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  • Jusida says:
    GusGus was initially formed in as a film/music collective. This spawned a short film and a critically acclaimed best selling album in Iceland. After striking a deal with 4AD in they.
  • Mule says:
    Artwork [Concept] –GusGus. Gus Gus ' second album, This Is Normal, heralds their discovery that they are first and foremost a pop band. While the spacious, sophisticated electronica they developed on their debut (Polydistortion) is still evident, This Is Normal 's smooth, streamlined finish has more than a nodding acquaintance with dance-pop.
  • Kenos says:
    Dazz’s Lil’ Gossip (GusGus) is a colt born February 25, to Infinitely Bedazzled, the horse that inspired the name for Bedazzled Ink Publishing. We decided to celebrate Dazz’s offspring with an offspring for Bedazzled Ink–a younger, half-tamed press devoted to the smaller forms of creative prose, poetry, chapbooks, short story collections, and small books that celebrate the unique and under .

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