Little Murders were Australias own version of the new wave of power pop in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
They were the premier mod band on the Melbourne independent music scene at that time and thrilled fans with releases such as Things Will Be Different, 100 Drugs and She Lets Me Know.
GO is a play on the title Little Murders first album from 1985 STOP. Then it looked like the end. And now .Produced by Craig Pilkington and featuring eleven new songs from the power pop pen of Rob Griffiths, GO picks up where Dig For Plenty left off. This time with more power in the pop.
Kicking off with what was the flip side of their last single, Too Many Times is a neat punchy opener reminiscent of Joe Strummer meets the New York Dolls. From there the Murders play with garage rock in White Train, praise the sun in Waiting For The Sun and ride the guitars and horns on Mean Season. The single Baby Its You explodes in a ball of rock and roll sunshine. Joey from Dollsquad turns up to sing a duet on Real Good Time. And that sums up the album. A Real Good Time. The bass is thumping, the guitars are ringing and the beat doesnt stop. The Murders had a ball making it.
|1||Too Many Times|
|3||Waiting For The Sun|
|5||In Your Arms|
|8||I Got You|
|9||Baby It's You|
|11||Real Good Time|