Mr. Goshness | A Guide to All Things Twisted

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A Guide to All Things Twisted

by Mr. Goshness

Twelve unique and powerful tracks from a fearless Canadian progressive rock band.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. 71
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2. Sea of Slumbers
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3. For the Cause!
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4. Resolutions
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5. Drank Too Much Wine
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6. The Nervous Kind
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7. Shine and Recover
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8. Five Personalities
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9. Jealous John
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10. Blind
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11. Two Thousand Pieces
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12. A Guide to All Things Twisted
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jim Blair, their producer, describes Mr. Goshness as “a deranged cocktail of pop, progressive metal, and Kurt Weil show tunes.” A Mr. Goshness show is filled with intelligent musicianship, hooky vocals, unique arrangements and an entertaining stage show. Taking influence from many different genres, Mr. Goshness isn't afraid to go in several directions, all while maintaining its own sound. Whether it's Kaliandra Fawdry's and Mark Tardif's pristine vocal harmonies, Aidaen Carson"s keyboard wizardry, or Zack Friend and Will Wotten's tight grooves, Mr. Goshness continues to evolve and grow. Catchy vocals, heavy guitars and creative arrangements are abundant on their debut album "A Guide To All Things Twisted."

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