On their second album, Hang-Ups, Goldfinger wisely decided to expand their ska-punk base, adding stronger melodic elements drawn from '60s pop and '70s punk. As a result, the record is stronger and more varied than its predecessor, which helps put their ska workouts in sharper relief. They still have a bit of trouble putting together a consistent set of material, but on the whole, Hang-Ups is evidence that the band is starting to mature and improve.
Performance CreditsGoldfinger Primary Artist
Chris Thompson Background Vocals
Paul Hampton Keyboards
Angelo Moore Horn,Background Vocals
Dan Regan Horn
Gabrial McNair Horn
Kip Wirtzfield Horn
Scott Klopfenstein Horn
Jonas Cabrera Horn
Chris Johnson Keyboards
Mike Menchaca Horn
Garth Schultz Horn
Angela Moore Horn,Background Vocals
Technical CreditsJay Rifkin Producer
John Feldmann Producer
Josh Achziger Engineer
Slamm Andrews Engineer
Kevin Globerman Engineer
Chris Johnson Engineer
Trystram Alexander Menhinick Artwork,Cover Art
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Hang-Ups based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
This is the best Goldfinger to date! I cant wait to get the the new album Stoming Ground. Any self-respecting ska/punk listener should have this album in their collection.
This has A great mix with a Jamaican beat sometimes, good skateboarding CD!
If you need more Green Day, this is it.
I have bought many cds and this is by far the best.Its worth the money
This CD is so cool and even if you have not heard any Ska/punk before you should most definitely get it it rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!