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Album Review

Picking up where Arkansas Heat left off, on Movement the Gossip blazes through another ferocious set of bluesy garage rock steeped in lust and betrayal, both of which are exemplified in the truly stunning opener, "Nite." The simplicity and power of Kathy's drumming and Nathan's guitar work provide the perfect foil for Beth Ditto's gut-wrenching wail of "It seems like lonely is a friend of mine"; in just over two minutes, the song defines everything that makes the Gossip such a formidable band. Movement also finds the group expanding their sound, spanning not just the expected fiery outbursts like "No, No, No" and "All My Days," but also the surprisingly soulful "Don't Make Waves in the Water" (which features the great lyric "It's like I've got a hole in my pocket/Trying to keep you satisfied") and "Dangerrr," as well as the surprisingly affecting almost-ballad "Yesterday's News." On the other hand, the Gossip's tried-and-true sound is still a winner, particularly on tracks like the taut "Fire/Sign" and "Lesson Learned." At just over a half-hour long, Movement doesn't overstay its welcome and avoids any problems with monotony that might occur if the band tried to make a longer, equally intense album. While it's not quite the revelation that That's Not What I Heard was, Movement is still a dramatic album that shows that the Gossip is a powerful group continuing to define and redefine their music.

Customer Reviews


These guys will rule the world. They have just invaded mine and Beth and the band are fierce!! This type of raw emotinal brilliance has been to absent in punk,and rock and roll for to long. All take note,its The Gossip

Fried Chicken!

Right, so I saw The Gossip, White Stripes and the Butchies open for Sleater-Kinney in like 2000 or 2001. They rocked then, I always remembered them because they sang about fried chicken. Buy this album.

A solid sophomore release...

This CD is really worth a listen. Okay, basically take Yeah Yeah Yeahs with a dab of The White Stripes and then throw Janis Joplin into the mix to form a demented punk southern rock child, and you have yourself the Gossip. Although it's definately not as raw (which isnt necessarily a bad thing in all cases) as their debut "That's Not What I Heard", it still delivers hard-hitting old school punk with many influences from southern rock and blues. It's actually my favorite record that the Gossip have delivered thus far in their career. 3 1/2 stars D/L THIS: Night No No No Dont (Make Waves) Confess


Formed: 1999 in Searcy, AR

Genre: Alternative

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

Originally from Searcy, Arkansas, this punk trio moved to Olympia, WA, joining the roster of the indie rock label K Records. Guitarist Nathan (aka Brace Paine), drummer Kathy, and singer Beth Ditto proclaimed, "We started a band 'cause we were bored. Our mission is to make you dance, and if you're not gonna dance, just stay at home and listen to the oldies station." K released a self-titled 7" in 1999, and their full-length debut, That's Not What I Heard, was distributed by Kill Rock Stars in late...
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