Boogiemonsters – God Sound
A1 Intro 1:48
A2 The Beginning Of The End 3:45
A3 God Sound 4:43
A4 ...And Then What? 1:50
B1 Say Word 4:30
B2 Mark Of The Beast II (R.S.V) 4:41
B3 Hot Water In The Wilderness 2:25
B4 M.C. 2:42
C1 Bodya 3:29
C2 Behold A Pale Horse 3:26
C3 Photographic Memory 3:46
C4 Sodom & Gomorrah 3:28
D1 The Lunchroom Table 4:30
D2 Whoever You Ar (Wherever You Ar) 4:41
D3 Whistles In The Wind 2:25
D4 Warning 2:42
Strictly limited edition of 500 copies on black vinyl in gatefold outfit.
"God Sound" was the sophomore album of the Boogiemonsters from 1997, being a duo then consisting of Vex Da Vortex and Mondo McCann after their debut "Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album" from 1994 as a four-men crew. The album production was mostly handled by themselves, additional beats were provided by Domingo, John Doe and Caspa. Features included Philly poetress Bahamadia as well as Tysha.
"God Sound" is not the cliched distillation of sophomore album angst that has become the norm in modern day artistry. Unlike many musicians who feel pressed to release a second album, Mondo & Vex took their time, honed their production skills and solidified their personal situations. Like God's true sound - that tree growing in the midst of urban decay; the sunflower making its way through a crack in concrete, a sunshower dissipating the dirt, grime and heat of a hot summer day - "God Sound" flourished around advents of human civilization.