Erik Godal

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Erik Godal is an American musician and film score composer.

Biography[edit]

Godal played in several bands throughout the 1990s, beginning in 1992 with the band Blind Fish on Polygram. Together with his Blind Fish band mate David Hallyday, they formed the band Novacaine releasing only one album with Mercury Records in 1996. In 1998 he joined the LA Noir Surf band The Blue Hawaiians of which he is still a member. From 2000 through 2002 he also continued to still work with David Hallyday, touring and producing David's 2002 album, Revelation which was recorded in London. Starting 2003, after having already done music for the TV series SpongeBob SquarePants along with The Blue Hawaiians Erik moved more into film and TV music. He was nominated for an Annie award for best TV score in 2006. Erik's other credits include playing on albums for various major artists both in the US and in France, including on several for David's father Johnny Hallyday.

Discography[edit]

1990 Sleeping Dogs

1994 Blind Fish, 2004 BBF [1]

1996 Novacaine [2]

2004 Gacy Soundtrack

2005 The Blue Hawaiians, Live At The Lava 2 [3]

Filmography[edit]

Composer[edit]

  • Out There (2001)
  • Repossessed (2002)
  • Path of a Nomad: An Explorer's Odyssey (2003)
  • Gacy (2003)
  • The Seventh Bottle (2003)
  • Dark Town (2004)
  • The Affair (2004)
  • In His Kiss (2004)
  • Only in America (2005)
  • The Seeker (2005)
  • Subject Two (2006)
  • Greed (2006)
  • Stripped Down (2006)
  • What Love Is (2007)
  • The Gift: Life Unwrapped (2007)
  • Holodomor: Ukraine's Genocide of 1932-33 (2008)
  • Irreversi (2008)
  • Ready or Not (2008)
  • Freeway Killer (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Hallday
  2. ^ David Hallyday
  3. ^ The Blue Hawaiians

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