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Sacred Cow

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Other albums by Geggy Tah

  1. Grand Opening
  2. Into the Oh
Geggy Tah 31/4/2000

Review

Geggy Tah may be eclectic, drawing from all sorts of collegiate rock, but they have a hard time focusing their talents on their second album, Sacred Cow. Careening between jangly pop, tame punk, reconstituted prog-rock and funk, the band covers a lot of ground without coming up with a distinctive sound. Furthermore, the group is undone by their weakness for cutesy, sophomoric jokes -- their very attitude makes it seem like they're being condescending to their own music. But the best moments on Sacred Cow -- despite their flaws, the band does have musical skill -- suggest that if the band can focus themselves, they'll produce an engaging album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Granddad's Opening Address Geggy Tah 0:29
  3. 2 Whoever You Are Geggy Tah 4:34
  4. 3 Lotta Stuff Geggy Tah 3:10
  5. 4 Century Plant 2000 Geggy Tah 6:17
  6. 5 Scared Cow Geggy Tah 5:2
  7. 6 House of Usher Geggy Tah 3:58
  8. 7 Don't Close the Door Geggy Tah 4:9
  9. 8 Such a Beautiful Night Geggy Tah 3:53
  10. 9 She Withers Geggy Tah 4:9
  11. 10 Las Vegas With the Lights Out Geggy Tah 3:28
  12. 11 Mem Geggy Tah 4:39
  13. 12 Shed Geggy Tah 3:45
  14. 13 Gina Geggy Tah 2:45

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