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How We Operate

Gomez

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Gomez back on top

Wow. New sound, Never thought Gomez could change there sound and get away with it. Ths CD is great See the World/ Chasing Goast with Alcohol/Charley Patton Songs/Cry on Demand stand out for me. Oh heck they all stand out BUY IT

Breathe it in!

Sure we all need to breathe but all oxygen is not equal. Take time to inhale all this album, it's good stuff - just like taking deep breathes of damn good air, it makes you feel alive!

Great, great great

Wow, what a change of direction for these guys. A bit of indy pop, girl harmonies, and a bit of sha la la..! Unlike Gomez previous albums which had hit and miss tracks, every track on How We Operate is a winner - like the new sound - it has broad appeal. Highly recommended.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Southport, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Gomez are a five-piece British act consisting of Ben Ottewell (vocals, guitar), Tom Gray (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Paul Blackburn (bass, guitar), Olly Peacock (drums), and Ian Ball (vocals, guitar, harmonica). Emerging during a time in which the majority of up-and-coming British bands were either retro-pop (à la Oasis), trip-hop (Portishead), or space rock (the Verve, Radiohead), Gomez were one of the few to feature bluesy influences. The Southport boys' debut for Virgin Records, Bring It On,...
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