Whatcha Doin'

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Whatcha Doin'
Studio album by The Go
Released 7 September 1999
Genre Garage punk
Length 38:24
Label Sub Pop
Producer Matthew Smith
The Go chronology
Whatcha Doin'
(1999)
The Go
(2003)The Go2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Whatcha Doin' is the debut album by Detroit garage punk band The Go, released in 1999. It showcases their earlier sound, which could be characterized as more aggressive and lo-fi than later directions, and is notable for featuring lead guitarist Jack White (subsequently of The White Stripes and The Upholsterers). By opening for the garage rock band Question Mark & the Mysterians, The Go caught the attention of the independent record label Sub Pop and were eventually signed to the label.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Meet Me at the Movies – 3:23
  2. Summer Sun Blues – 3:37
  3. Keep on Trash – 3:32
  4. You Can Get High – 2:10
  5. It Might Be Bad – 3:47
  6. Suzy Don't Leave – 3:23
  7. Get You Off – 3:18
  8. Tired of the Night – 2:53
  9. But You Don't Know – 2:40
  10. Whatcha Doin' – 2:44
  11. On the Corner – 3:28
  12. Time for Moon – 3:29

Personnel[edit]

  • Bobby Harlow – Voice
  • John Krautner – Guitar, Vocals
  • Jack White – Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Dave Buick – Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Marc Fellis – Drums

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