The Godz – Nothing Is Sacred (*Used-Vinyl, 1979, Casablanca – NBLP 7134 DJ) same label as KISS!
Mainstream classic hard rock!
The Godz - Nothing is Sacred (1979)
The Godz' second album, "Nothing Is Sacred", was released in 1979 with very little label support.
Truly one of the greatest of ignored albums of all time, The Godz' Nothing Is Sacred is one of the best from it's era of late 70's pure rock and roll. Everything about it oozes the trademarks of what made American bands of that time so important, and provided the missing link between all out success and total obscurity. The resulting tour for Nothing Is Sacred kicked off well, and the band supported many well known bands of the time including Kiss and Blue Oyster Cult. The addon songs from their second LP Nothing Is Sacred doesn't have the same driving rock sound as the debut, but is still a solid add with Hey Mama and I Just Want To Go Home. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting to Rock to the best the late 70's had to offer. The Godz were a great band to watch live.
All in all, Nothing Is Sacred is a piece of American rock and roll that you can't do without. It's a natural bridge between the excess of the time and the success of other more well known bands.
Jacket: VG- with Casablanca picture sleeve
Gotta Muv 3:45
Festyvul Seasun 3:13
Rock Yer Sox Auf 3:07
I'll Bi Yer Luv 5:11
Luv Kage 4:30
He's A Fool 6:30
Hey Mama 2:33
I Don't Wanna Go Home 3:14