Goon Moon

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Goon Moon
Jeordie White.jpg
Background information
Origin United States
Genres Industrial rock
Desert rock
Alternative rock
Indie rock
Experimental rock
Years active 2005–present
Associated acts Masters of Reality
The Desert Sessions
Nine Inch Nails
Marilyn Manson
A Perfect Circle
Team Sleep
Queens of the Stone Age
Members Jeordie White
Chris Goss

Goon Moon is an American rock band composed of Jeordie White (also known as Twiggy Ramirez) and Chris Goss. The band released the mini-LP I Got a Brand New Egg Layin' Machine in 2005 and have since recorded a full-length album, Licker's Last Leg,[1] which was released on May 8, 2007. The album features cameos from longtime Goss collaborators Josh Homme and Josh Freese,[2] as well as desert rock mainstay Dave Catching. Although Goss and White continue to work on other projects, they have both alluded to the possibility of future Goon Moon recordings on Twitter.[3][4]


Shortly after White's 2002 departure from Marilyn Manson, Josh Homme introduced White and Goss, who were longtime fans of each other's work.[5] In 2005, they released a first sampling of their collaborative effort with I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine on Suicide Squeeze Records. The mini-LP offered a collection of ten tracks ranging in style from psychedelia to folk-inspired ballads. White describes Goon Moon's eclectic "anything goes" sound as an opportunity to "explore different options, musically".[6] Experimentation within and across conventional genres carried over to Goon Moon's debut full-length LP on Ipecac Records, Licker's Last Leg,[7] which features a cover of the Bee Gees song "Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You."

Goon Moon's guest artists and collaborators have included: Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle, Nine Inch Nails, The Vandals, Devo, Weezer), Fred Sablan (Marilyn Manson), Zach Hill (Hella, Death Grips), Dave Catching (Eagles of Death Metal), Whitey Kirst (Iggy Pop), and Pete Perdichizzi (The Flys).




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