Welcome to the official GOH site
This site is here to provide info for any GOH fans out there and in particular, people interested in our e.p. 'Sterling Death' from '81.
The band formed in Kelowna B.C., Canada in '80 and was together almost 3 years, played shows in Vancouver, Victoria, Penticton, Cranbrook and Kelowna and only released one record ( and it seems, only one colour photo...).
Send your questions and comments to us and we'll try and reply as soon as possible.
'Overhead Projector' LP & CD OUT NOW.
"Overhead Projector" is officially out now on vinyl and CD. Vinyl features 31 tracks from '81 and '82, including the complete 'Sterling Death' e.p., all demos and an 18 song rehearsal. Comes with liner notes insert and poster. Available in limited edition YELLOW (300-SOLD OUT) and BLACK (700) vinyl.
The CD version contains a 6 page booklet and bonus tracks from the "Live in Kelowna" 7". ORDER HERE.
'Sterling Death' e.p. (1981) now available as a digital download. Available from iTunes.
We are on FACEBOOK. Check it out here.
My SpaceCheck out the new MySpace site here.
Here's some Super-8 footage of 2 songs shot in March, 1981. These were filmed in the same room the 'Sterling Death' E.P. was recorded. Not the best quality and the sound's bad, but that's what you get. Click links below to watch them (Quicktime needed).
Indecent Exposures Fanzine
Indecent Exposures was a fanzine that was created by GOH's Casey Casem in 1981. It was one of the early Canadian punk 'zines and featured local (Okanagan Valley area of B.C.) band news, record reviews and photos,as well as scene reports from the likes of Abbie Mahler, Tim Tonooka and Al Flipside. You can download a pdf of issues #2 ('81) and #3 (the '82 final issue) below. Enjoy! (If anyone has a copy of Vol.1, please let us know!)Download Indecent Exposures #3 (2.6MB)