Goddo

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Goddo
OriginScarborough, Ontario, Canada
GenresRock
Years active1975–2018
Labels
  • Polydor
  • Attic
  • Justin Entertainment
  • Mausoleum Records
  • Bullseye Records of Canada
Past membersGreg Godovitz
Doug Inglis
Gino Scarpelli
Marty Morin[1]

Goddo was a Canadian rock band formed in Scarborough, Ontario in 1975.[1] Goddo had mixed major label success from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s. After reforming in 1989, they revived their career with several new studio and 'best of' packages. Goddo signed to Bullseye Records of Canada. Goddo disbanded after their last show on December 15 2018 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto. Goddo's last show with the original recording band and most famous lineup of Greg Godovitz, Gino Scarpelli, and Doug Inglis was at Spot 1 Grill & Music Hall, Brampton, in October 2018.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Goddo (1977)[1]
  • If Indeed It's Lonely at the Top... WHO CARES... It's Lonely at the Bottom Too! (1978)
  • An Act of Goddo (1979) CAN No.82[2]
  • Pretty Bad Boys (1981) CAN No. 45[3]
  • 12 Gauge Goddo (1990)
  • King of Broken Hearts (1992)
  • Kings of the Stoned Age (2003)

Live albums[edit]

  • Live: Best Seat in the House (1980) CAN No. 26[4]
  • 2nd Best Seat in the House - Lighve (2004)
  • Under My Hat - Volume 1: Active Goddo (2008)

Singles[edit]

  • "Louie Louie" (1975) CAN No. 75[5]
  • "Under My Hat" (1977)
  • "There Goes My Baby" (1978)
  • "Chantal" (1979)
  • "Fortune in Men's Eyes" (1980)
  • "Pretty Bad Boy" (1981) CAN No. 28[6]
  • "If Tomorrow Never Comes" (1981)
  • "Was It Something I Said" (1993)
  • "Rock Star" (2004)
  • "Such a Fool" (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Colin Larkin, ed. (1999). The Virgin Encyclopedia of Heavy Rock (First ed.). Virgin Books. p. 186. ISBN 0-7535-0257-7.
  2. ^ "RPM Top 100 Albums - June 30, 1979" (PDF).
  3. ^ "RPM Top 50 Albums - January 30, 1982" (PDF).
  4. ^ "RPM Top 50 Albums - June 6, 1981" (PDF).
  5. ^ "RPM Top 100 Singles - August 30, 1975" (PDF).
  6. ^ "RPM Top 50 Singles - January 23, 1982" (PDF).

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