Not Mother? | Ode to the E.T. Night Riders (feat. Goodbye Elliott)

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Ode to the E.T. Night Riders (feat. Goodbye Elliott)

by Not Mother?

A Hawaii based, indie, emo, alternative, pop, 80's influenced, rock band that tantalizes ears with their smooth melodic riffs and gripping harmonially epic songs.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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1. The Saddest Form of Admiration (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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2. Devincis Theme (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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3. As You Wish (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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4. Seven (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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5. Andi the Mirror Holder (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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6. Lasso the Moon (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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7. -Intermission- (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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8. Ode to the E.T. Night Riders (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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9. Spudnicks Up Above (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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10. Lighthearted Discussion (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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11. Good Night to You and Not to Me (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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12. The Mushroom People (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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13. Down At the Farm (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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14. Road Trip to Czech (feat. Goodbye Elliott)
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Thank you all very much for checking out Not Mother?'s album...
The band decided to change their name to Goodbye Elliott and is currently recording in L.A and touring all across the rest of the US... Please feel free to check them out at: www.facebook.com/goodbyeelliott

They are still the same great rock music from Hawaii. They are just going under the name Goodbye Elliott now.

Stay tuned for new music from them this 2013 and 2014!

Thank you all soooooo much!!!!! G.E. loves you!... And so do I. :)

Love, June Cook (G.E. Public Relations)



Post-Modern Rock erupts from the Big Island of Hawaii as Goodbye Elliott's eclectic rock mix debuts on the West Coast, leaving thousands of fans from California to Texas wanting more.

In less than six months the band's new website received over 35,000 hits and added more than 10,000 enthusiastic fans. Goodbye Elliott played 20 venues on their first mainland tour, packing out shows at notable clubs like Chain Reaction in Anaheim and the world famous Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood.

Its no wonder this band is making such a strong impact on audiences across the southwest... Goodbye Elliott has been rocking the Hawaiian Islands for five years enjoying top album sales in local music shops and Borders book stores across the Big Island.

The band appeals to a wide audience, but teens and young adults seem to connect most with Goodbye Elliott's energetic live shows and undeniably unique approach to rock.

When asked to describe their sound, the bands lead singer Jon Stimac often refers to Jimmy Eat World, The Killers, and The Cure as a few of their major influences. Most of the band's songs have an epic feel to them and are inspired by larger than life movie moments that powerfully connect the band with its audience. Goodbye Elliott's cinematic approach to songwriting is a natural fit since most of the band's members are self described movie geeks who grew up together in Kona, Hawaii endlessly watching and creating their own epic short films.

Goodbye Elliott's recent CD entitled "Goodnight to You and Not to Me" is the latest in a series of independent CDs released by the band's five members. Fourteen new tracks were recorded by the group during their 2004 visit to Amsterdam and the band even managed to record five new tracks during their fast-paced California tour earlier this year. Fans can look forward to another EP release soon with new songs from Goodbye Elliott's next tour, including Follow Them Size Fives and Melt the Wizard.

Remarkably, during the first few weeks of Goodbye Elliotts Running to California 2005 tour, the band landed a surf company clothing sponsor, a feature film promotion with a major Hollywood studio, an invitation to be featured on a network television show and an indie record deal offer. Not bad for a group of talented young guys from a small town in Hawaii whose biggest thrill on the tour was the chance to visit Disneyland. Stay tuned as Goodbye Elliott returns to the mainland this spring for their 2006 tour.

For booking or additional information please contact management: contact@goodbyeelliott.com

-Goodbye Elliott's latest release blends indie rock with a touch of 80's influence. Their sound is similar to Jimmy Eat World, The Cure and Dashboard Confessional.

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rebecca

,oh man seven and as you wish are some of the best songs from GE ever
i have the new album and it is pretty damn good i think i will have to get a hat or something idk i wish they had a music video so it could air on t.v. and then they could have a concert at the pariot center so i could go!
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maggie

how cool is this
am i the only one who thinks this is cool? i think not. i never buy stuff on the internet but this is a exception.
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Chris in Amsterdam

Great melodic, energetic rock...
Ode to the ET Night Riders, posesses a unique blend of rawness, melody and energy somewhere in between Weezer and Jimmy Eat World. A fun record; these guys aren't afraid to go out on a limb. Through the lyrics and the performance, you really feel like you know these guys by the end of the CD. Great Stuff!!
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