During ten of the twenty-five years I ran Bullseye Records we focused on licensing and re-issuing Classic Rock and pop releases from the past. Generally it was a focus on albums that the public had loved and wanted re-mastered on CD. I approached the musicians that I knew who owned their own recordings (which is a rarity in Canada) starting with Greg Godovitz and Goddo. The band was able to enjoy a large resurgence and reconnection with their fan base as we rolled out and carefully marketed their 1977 self-titled debut, 1978’s “Who Cares?” and 1979’s “An Act of Goddo” plus their 1990s ‘King of Broken Hearts’ comeback record at the turn of the millennium. It wasn’t long before the fans were asking for a live record and a new studio album.
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Opinion with tags Bomb the Vaults - Release the Tapes, Brutus, Bullseye Records, Coyote, DBAWIS, Don't Believe a Word I Say, Goddo, Jaimie Vernon, Milkwood, Moving Targetz, music, Nick Warburton, Pacemaker Records, Swedish Fish, The Wackers, Tranquility Base on July 28, 2012 by segarini