House Of Goo





You have entered the House of Goo. It has lists of their discography, videos, and stuff like that (not including remastered stuff...I found it silly to put that on here). Feel free to email me with any related information. Don't be afraid to make suggestions, I'm very friendly! Thanks!

Goography discography;

Goo Goo Dolls...released in 1986. It has 14 songs and was released on Celluloid/Mercenary Records and was red on the cover with live pictures of the Goos in the background and "Goo Goo Dolls" written in white letters. The back has pictures of the guys. The CD itself is green. Only a limited amount of these were made since Celluloid went bankrupt not long after the release, which makes it very rare. It cost me $100....that's how hard it is to get! So if you find it...don't pass it by!

Goo Goo Dolls-First Release...released in 1987. It has 14 songs and is white with "Goo Goo Dolls" in colorful letters. There's also a yellow circle in the middle with the words "First Release" imprinted on it. Metal Blade Records....out of print.

Jed...released in 1989. It has 14 songs and has a picture of a guy drinking and driving on the cover. Death/Metal Blade Records. Marketed by Enigma Records.

Hold Me Up...released in 1990. It has 14 songs and is white with colorful dots. Inside is a picture of the Goos and the Incredible Lance Diamond...and Robby's poem. Metal Blade. (There's a rare, later Hold Me Up release...still in 1990, that is exactly the same except that there is a blue and white picture of the Goos with their backs turned on the actual CD and the way the writing looks is a bit different....and it was re-released with Warner Bros.)

Superstar Car Wash...released in February, 1993. Has 14 songs and a black & white picture of the Car Wash near Buffalo on the cover. Metal Blade and Warner Bros.

A Boy Named Goo...released in March, 1995. Has 13 songs and a picture of a baby in thorn bushes with raspberry juice on him (though I really think it was originally blood, because there are no raspberries in the thorn bushes and it seems perfectly logical that the baby was cut by the thorns.) Metal Blade and Warner Bros. (The older copies of this album had a picture of a guy with a tattoo across his chest and the CD was green and silver instead of pink and silver. And there was originally a song written by George Tutuska called "Stand Alone", which Robby sings. It was taken off the album when George was fired and replaced by two cover songs, "Disconnected" and "Slave Girl." But this was never publicly released....only promotionally.)

Dizzy Up The Girl...released September 22, 1998. Has 13 songs and a picture of a dizzied-up girl lying on a bed. Warner Bros.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce...released July 17, 2001. Has 22 songs, all of which were re-mixed, with some things added to the mix, in the studio to create a "non-hits" album....sort of. Warner Bros.

GutterFlower...released April 9, 2002 in America and April 8, 2002 in Europe. Has 13 songs and a girl in a black and red background holding a rose. The rose is boxed by a white square. Warner Bros.

Goo Goo Promos;

Sunshine Of Your Love CBGB's Mercenary promo CD. Released in 1987.

Ragin' for the Cajuns promo CD with a track from Jed. Released in 1989 on Enigma Death.

Just The Way You Are promo CD single. Has picture of the Goos. Has Just The Way You Are (album version and live) as well as Hey live and You Know What I Mean live. Metal Blade Records, 1991.

There You Are promo CD single. Has white cover with Goo Goo Dolls and There You Are in black and white. On the back is a phrase said about the Goos from Spin magazine ("This trio sounds like what would happen if you locked The Ramones and The Smiths in a mailbox during their formative years.") and also the Goos tour dates for that year. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1990.

There You Are and On Your Side promo tour sampler with Junk Monkees. Metal Blade Records, 1990.

I'm Awake Now promo CD single. Has radio edit of I'm Awake Now. Metal Blade Records, 1991.

Follow Our Trax, Volume Seven promo CD. Has I'm Awake Now on it. Metal Blade Records, 1991.

Superstar Car Wash promo CD. Has 14 songs. Warner Bros., 1993.

Black Light Special promo CD with 3 tracks from Superstar Car Wash. Warner Bros., 1993.

We Are The Normal promo CD single....We Are The Normal album version. Warner Bros., 1993.

Fallin' Down promo CD single.....Fallin' Down album version. Warner Bros., 1993.

A Boy Named Goo promo CD. Has 12 songs including Stand Alone...written by George Tutuska. Disconnected and Slave Girl are not on this CD. Ain't That Unusual is titled Someday. Released in 1995 on Warner Bros.

A Boy Named Goo promo CD. Has 13 songs. Someday is changed to Ain't That Unusual and Disconnected and Slave Girl are added, and Stand Alone is removed. Cover has a picture of some guy's stomach and he has a Goo Goo Dolls tattoo on it. Released in 1995 on Warner Bros.

Promo Compilation CD with Only One, Flat Top, Naked, and Name. Warner Bros., 1995.

Only One promo CD single. Has radio edit of Only One. No cover....CD is black with golden-brown triangles going down one side. Back cover has a drawing of an aqua and orange earth and says below it; "350,000 years ago the planet was slightly larger." Warner Bros., 1995.

Promo Tour Sampler with Flat Top and Long Way Down. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Flat Top promo CD single. Has album version of Flat Top. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Name promo CD single. Has album version of Name. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Name promo CD single with album version and radio edit. Warner Bros., 1995.

Naked promo CD single. Has Goo version and Album Goo version of Naked. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Naked promo CD single with radio edit. Warner Bros., 1995.

Long Way Down promo CD single. Has radio remix of Long Way Down. Also has picture of the Goos in a line. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995/1996.

Take Me Out To The Ballgame promo CD. Has 2 songs, radio and full version of Take Me Out To The Ballgame that the Goos did. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1996.

Live From The Pit promo CD. Global Satellite Network, 1996.

Lazy Eye promo CD single. Red cover with Goo Goo Dolls written in white on it and "Lazy Eye" written in smaller black letters in the center. A small black Batman & Robin bat logo near the bottom. Warner Sunset Records/Warner Bros., 1997.

Iris promo CD single. Has radio edit and album version of Iris. Warner Sunset/Reprise, 1998.

Iris gold promo CD test press. Has radio edit and album version of Iris. Says "not for production-cd clone" on it. Warner Sunset/Reprise, 1998.

Iris Germany promo CD. Has Iris. Edel Records, 1998.

Dizzy Up The Goos promo CD. Has 14 songs from Superstar Car Wash, A Boy Named Goo, and soundtracks as well as some rare tracks. Warner Bros., 1998.

Dizzy Up The Girl promo CD. Same as original without covers. Warner Bros., 1998.

Slide promo CD single. Has album version. Warner Bros., 1998.

Dizzy promo CD single. Has album version of Dizzy and the front is black with red squiggly lines. Warner Bros., 1999.

Black Balloon promo CD single. Has radio remix of Black Balloon. Warner Bros., 1999.

Black Balloon standard promo CD single. Has radio remix of Black Balloon. Warner Bros., 1999.

Broadway promo CD single. Front cover is purple with white dots. Album version of Broadway. Warner Bros., 2000.

Broadway standard promo CD single. Album version. Warner Bros., 2000.

Acoustic Versions promo CD. Cover is purple with white dots. Has acoustic versions of Black Balloon, Name, and Slide. Only a few were made, very hard to get. Goos gave out this CD three times on their website as prizes....which was the only way Goo fans could get it (Lucky for me, I was one of the winners! I also got an autographed poster). (Doubtful if anyone else will be able to obtain one.) Was made May 19 of 2000.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce promo CD. Made in Germany. Hollywood/Third Rail/Edel, 2001.

Name promo CD single from Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce. Released in Europe and has the same cover as the EOAC album. Hollywood/Third Rail/Edel, 2001.

Gutterflower promo CD. Has 12 songs. Warner Bros., 2002. (More information?)

Here Is Gone promo CD single. Warner Bros., 2002 (More information?)

If you know of any other promo CD's I may have forgotten to put on here, please email me.

CD singles from the Dolls;

Sunshine Of Your Love

Just The Way You Are.

There You Are.

We Are The Normal.

Fallin' Down.

Only One.

Flat Top.

Name.

Naked.

Long Way Down.

Iris.

Slide.

Dizzy.

Black Balloon.

Broadway

Name from Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce. (Released only in Europe)

Here Is Gone

Big Machine

Sympathy

If you know of any other CD singles or any information on these, please let me know.

Imports and CD singles;

We Are The Normal. Cover has stick person on it. We Are The Normal and Another Second Time Around. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1993.

Only One France. Has radio edit of Only One, Impersonality, and Hit Or Miss. CD is pink. Front cover is green with pink edges and Goo~Goo~Dolls is written in a cloud. Inside cover has a huge yellow sun-ball thing with a pink hand holding a pink planet with rings around it and lightening coming from it on his fingertip. Warner Bros., 1995.

Only One Germany. Has radio edit of Only One, Impersonality, and Hit Or Miss. Warner Bros., 1995.

Only One Australia. Has radio edit of Only One, Impersonality, and Hit Or Miss. Warner Bros., 1995.

Name Australia. Has Name, Burnin' Up, and Hit Or Miss. Warner Bros., 1995.

Name Germany. Has Name, Burnin' Up, and Hit Or Miss. Warner Bros., 1995.

Long Way Down Australia. Has radio edit of Long Way Down, Don't Change, and Name. Warner Bros., 1995.

Name France. Has Name, Nothing Can Change You, and I Wanna Destroy You. Cover has blue picture of statue. Warner Bros., 1996.

Name Germany. 3trk. Has Name, Nothing Can Change You, and I Want To Destroy You. Warner Bros., 1996.

Name Japan. Has radio edit of Name, Burnin' Up, Fallin' Down, and Naked Goo version. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1996.

Long Way Down Spain. Cover has Goos standing in front of a blue background. Warner Bros., 1996. (More info?)

Long Way Down Germany. Has Long Way Down, Don't Change (live acoustic), and Name (live acoustic). Warner Bros., 1996.

BANG! Japan. Has Name (live), Don't Change (live), Girl Right Next To Me (live), Another Second Time Around (live), and Long Way Down. Warner Bros., 1996.

Naked Dolls In The City, Live From Tokyo, Japan. The Pore The Soul Productions, 1996.

Iris France. Has Iris (radio edit), Lazy Eye, I Don't Want To Know. Front cover shows Nicholas Cage spreading his arms in front of a big light blue sky. Warner Bros., 1998.

Iris Australia. Has Iris (radio edit), Lazy Eye, and I Don't Want To Know. Warner Music Australia, 1998.

Iris CD single. Has Iris (radio edit), Lazy Eye, and I Don't Want To Know. WEA International, 1998.

Dizzy Up The Girl Australia. Has 15 songs, two of them being Name and Slave Girl as bonus tracks. Warner Music Australia, 1998.

Dizzy Up The Girl Japan. Has 14 songs, one being acoustic movie version of Iris as a bonus track. Warner Bros., 1998.

Slide 5" CD Australia. Has Slide, Nothing Can Change You, and Acoustic #3. Warner Music Australia, 1998.

Dizzy Up The Girl EP Japan. Has Dizzy, acoustic version of Slide, Naked, Long Way Down, and January Friend. Warner Bros., 1999.

Iris soft cover single Germany. Has album version of Iris and acoustic version of Iris. Edel Records, 1999.

Slide Germany. Has Slide, Acoustic #3, and Nothing Can Change You. CD is pink and covered with hearts. Front cover is a picture of what appears to be a ball-chain neckalace...like the one Johnny used to wear. Inside cover is in black and white with a dizzy girl holding a heart. Warner Bros., 1999.

Black Balloon CD single. Has radio remix of Black Balloon and a live acoustic version of Slide. Cover is a dark picture of the guys standing in a hallway (just like the promo photo). Back picture is blue. Warner Bros., 1999.

Black Balloon Australia. Has Black Balloon, Lazy Eye, Naked remix, and Flat Top. Comes with a fold-out poster. Cover is a dark picture of the Goos standing in a hallway (just like the promo photo). Hollywood/Festival Records, 1999.

Broadway Australia. Has Broadway, Black Balloon, Slide, live version of Naked (recorded December 2, 1999 in Buffalo, New York), and live version of Black Balloon (recorded July 23, 1999 at Glenn Sound Seattle). Front cover has a picture of the band. Hollywood Records, Third Rail Records, and Festival Mushroom Group, 2000.

Broadway hard cover single Germany. Has Broadway, live version of Naked, and live version of Black Balloon. Edel Records, 2000.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce EP Australia. Hollywood Records, 2001.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce Hong Kong. Hollywood Records, 2001.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce Japan. Has Name as a bonus track. WEA Japan, 2001.

What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce South Africa. Hollywood Records, 2001.

Name Europe. Has the Ego, Opinion, Art, and Commerce version of Name as well as Eyes Wide Open and Stop The World. The cover is the same as the cover for the EOAC album. (Released only in Europe). Edel/Hollywood Records, 2001.

Name Europe. Has EOAC version of Name and Eyes Wide Open. Cover is the same as the EOAC album. (Released only in Europe). Edel/Hollywood Records, 2001.

Gutterflower Japan. Has 13 tracks with Acoustic #3 being a bonus track. Warner Bros., 2002.

Here Is Gone 1 England. Has Here Is Gone, We Are The Normal, and Burnin' Up. Comes with the Here Is Gone video. WEA International, 2002.

Here Is Gone 2 England. Has Here Is Gone, Two Days In February, and Girl Right Next To Me. WEA International, 2002.

Here Is Gone Australia. WEA International, 2002. (More info?)

Here Is Gone Europe. Has Here Is Gone, EOAC version of We Are The Normal, EOAC version of Burnin' Up, and Two Days In February. Warner Bros., 2002.

Here Is Gone Europe. Has Here Is Gone, We Are The Normal, Burnin' Up, and Two Days In February. WEA/Warner, 2002.

Big Machine Europe. Has Big Machine, Black Balloon, and Broadway. WEA/Warner, 2002.

Big Machine Europe. Has Big Machine, Here Is Gone, Black Balloon, and Broadway. WEA International, 2002.

Please give me more information of imports. I don't know about many of them.

Soundtracks, Covers, and B-Sides;

Sunshine Of Your Love on the Goo Goo Dolls-First Release album...cover from Cream. Celluloid/Mercenary, 1986 and Metal Blade Records, 1987. Out of print.

Don't Fear The Reaper on the Goo Goo Dolls-First Release album...cover from Blue Oyster Cult. Celluloid/Mercenary, 1986 and Metal Blade Records, 1987.

No Way Out on We Killed McKinley. Enigma Death and Maxwell Records, 1988.

Down On The Corner on the Jed album...cover from Creedance Clearwater Revival. (Lance Diamond on vocals). Metal Blade Records, 1989.

Gimme Shelter on the Jed album...cover from the ROLLING STONES!!!! Metal Blade Records, 1989.

Never Take The Place Of Your Man on the Hold Me Up album...cover from Prince (Lance Diamond on vocals). Metal Blade Records, 1990 and Metal Blade/Warner Bros. 1990.

Million Miles Away on the Hold Me Up album....cover from Plimsouls. Metal Blade Records, 1990 and Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1990.

I'm Awake Now for the Freddy's Dead soundtrack (also includes You Know What I Mean and Two Days In February). Metal Blade Records, 1991.

Fallin' Down on the Son In Law soundtrack. Hollywood Records, 1993.

Bitch for No Alternative (Lance Diamond on vocals, cover from Rolling Stones). Arista Records, 1993.

Fallin' Down on Generation X. Warner Bros., 1993.

We Are The Normal on Music Magazine's New Music Sampler-A Little On The CD Side #9. Musician Records, 1993.

Stand Alone....a song written by former drummer and member George Tutuska...the Goos took the song off the A Boy Named Goo album and replaced it with Disconnected and Slave Girl. Appeared only on the first promotional release of A Boy Named Goo. Warner Bros., 1995.

Disconnected on the A Boy Named Goo album....cover from Enemies. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Slave Girl on the A Boy Named Goo album.....cover from Lime Spiders. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Only One on Current Vision Compilation. Warner Special Products, 1995.

Name and Naked on The Holiday CD. 1995. (More info?)

Flat Top on huH. 1995. (More info?)

Ain't That Unusual on the Angus soundtrack. Reprise/WEA, 1995.

Wait For The Blackout for the Tommy Boy soundtrack....cover from The Damned. Warner Bros./Broadway, 1995.

Silent Night for the How the _ _ _ _ _ Stole Christmas-KROQ compilation. 1995.

I'll Be There For You Friend's Theme for the Shredd N' Ragen TV Theme CD (Cover from Rembrandts). Mark, 1996.

Name on WAAF 107.3FM Unusual Suspects compilation. SAR, 1996.

Name on WHFS 99.1FM Just Passin' Thru compilation. HFS 99.1, 1996.

Long Way Down on Fuck The Rules compilation. Warner Bros., 1996. (More info?)

Girl Right Next To Me on Modern Rock Live. 1996. (More info?)

Name on VH1 Crossroads. WEA/Atlantic, 1996.

Take Me Out To The Ballgame...for a commercial with the Atlanta Braves. (Some actually have the Phillies instead.) 1996.

Edited version of Only One performed on the X Games, Volume 1-Music From The Edge CD. Tommy Boy Records, 1996.

We Are The Normal on Rock of the 90's, Volume 1-Rock From The Revolution. Priority, 1996.

Don't Change for the Ace Ventura II soundtrack (Cover from INXS). MCA/Morgon Crk., 1996.

Long Way Down on the Twister soundtrack. WEA/Warner Bros., 1996.

Lazy Eye for the Batman and Robin soundtrack. WEA/Warner Bros., 1997.

Lazy Eye on the August '97 compilation. Warner Bros., 1997.

Naked remix on MTV Buzz Bin Two. PGD/Mammoth, 1997.

Do You Believe In Him? for That Other Christmas CD (Lance Diamond). Media Play/Hot Wings, 1997.

I Don't Want To Know for Legacy: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac's Rumours. Atlantic/Lava, 1998.

Iris for the City Of Angels soundtrack. Warner Sunset/Reprise, 1998.

Iris on 1999 Grammy Nominees CD. WEA/ELEKTRA ENTERTAINMENT, 1999.

Slide on MTV 20 Years of Pop Music. WEA/Warner Bros., 2001.

American Girl (cover from Tom Petty) on The Concert For New York CD. Columbia Records, 2001.

Live version of Naked on Liberation: War Is Over CD. Patriot Box, 2001.

Wish You Were Here (cover from Pink Floyd) on America: A Tribute To Heros. Johnny Rzeznik sings a duet with Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. Universal Music, 2002.

867-5309/Jenny....cover from Tommy TuTone

A Thousand Words....an interlude to Cuz You're Gone. Performed live many, many times.

I Want To Destroy You....cover from Soft Boys

Nothing Can Change You....cover from Tommy Keene

Hit Or Miss....cover from The Damned

More information to come. If you have any information on these please email me.

Goo Videos;

There You Are from Hold Me Up...shot in Pilot's Field in Buffalo. 1990.

I'm Awake Now...from Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare On Elm's Street. 1991.

We Are The Normal. 1993.

Only One. 1995.

Flat Top. 1995.

Name...2 versions. 1995.

Naked...with Goo version. 1995.

Long Way Down...2 versions...one being the Twister version. 1996.

Lazy Eye...from Batman & Robin. 1997.

Iris...from City Of Angels. 1998.

Slide. 1998.

Dizzy. 1999.

Black Balloon. 1999.

Broadway. 2000.

The Concert For New York. The Goo Goo Dolls perform American Girl (cover from Tom Petty). Released on DVD, 2001.

America: A Tribute To Heros. Johnny sings a duet with Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst. They sing Wish You Were Here (cover from ???). Released on DVD, 2002.

Here Is Gone. 2002.

Music In High Places: The Goo Goo Dolls: Live in Alaska. Released March 18, 2003 on DVD and VHS. Director is Alan Carter.

I've heard that the Goos had 2 videos from Jed times and made a video for Laughing. I don't think this is true but if you know anything about this, please let me know.

Cassettes;

Throw That Bum Out. The Goo Goo Dolls first demo tape. Has 5 songs: Torn Apart, I'm Addicted, Sunshine Of Your Love, Hardsores, and Slaughterhouse 3.

Goo Goo Dolls-First Release. Has 14 tracks. Cover is red with live pictures of the Goos in the background and it says Goo Goo Dolls in white letters. The back has pictures of the guys. Extremely rare....cost me a lot (not quite as much as the CD, though). Released on Celluloid/Mercenary Records, 1986.

We Are The Normal single. Has We Are The Normal and Another Second Time Around. Cover insert is yellow with a drawing/painting of a stick person. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1993.

A Boy Named Goo promo cassette. Has 14 tracks (the last two being Disconnected and Slave Girl). Solid white tape with pink insert. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

A Boy Named Goo. Has 14 tracks. Cover insert is the same as CD booklet cover. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

Only One promo cassette single. Has radio edit of Only One. Cover insert is green with a white cloud that says "Goo Goo Dolls" in it. Below the cloud it says "only one" in black letters. Warner Bros., 1995.

Name single. Has Name, Burnin' Up, and Hit Or Miss. Cover insert has a blue statue. Metal Blade/Warner Bros., 1995.

How the _ _ _ _ _ Stole Christmas-KROQ compilation. Has the Goos version of Silent Night. 1995.

Black Balloon single. Has radio remix of Black Balloon and a live acoustic version of Slide. Cover insert is a picture of the Goos standing in a hallway. Warner Bros., 1999.

LP/Vinyl Goos;

Goo Goo Dolls-First Release. (From both Metal Blade records and Celluloid/Mercury records....same as CD's.) 1986 and 1987.

Jed. One on Metal Blade and one on Enigma Death (I think). 1989.

No Way Out on We Killed McKinley-Music from Buffalo, New York. Released on Enigma Death and Maxwell Records in 1988.

Hold Me Up. Same as CD. Metal Blade Records, 1990.

We Are The Normal. Has We Are The Normal and Another Second Time Around. Metal Blade/Warner Bros. 7", 1993.

Only One. Has Only One, Slave Girl, and Disconnected. Record is pink, cover is green with a cloud that says "Goo Goo Dolls" and below that it says "only one". Metal Blade/Warner Bros. 7", 1995.

If you know of anymore, please let me know.

Others;

Goo Goo Dolls Platinum Play EP. Has Dizzy, Slide, radio edit of Iris, and radio remix of Black Balloon. Warner Bros., 1999.

More to come soon. Please email me if you know anything else! Thanks!

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