|1||Last Chance For Love||3:53|
|2||I Am The President||3:25|
|4||What I'm Thinking Of||3:23|
|5||On The Meds||4:02|
|9||What Should Have Been Said...But Was Never Said||6:26|
The Gods Themselves is a 1972 science fiction novel written by Isaac Asimov. It won the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1972, and the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1973. The book is divided into three main parts, which were first published in Galaxy Magazine and Worlds of If as three consecutive stories. In terms of structure, the book opens at chapter 6 to give context to the other chapters
The Gods Themselves are a disco punk band from Seattle, WA. Formed in 2014, the foursome craft dance rock songs that evoke feelings of fascination like those aroused by the no-wave and new romantic movements in the early 1980’s.
The Gods Themselves are reminiscent of the male/female vocals of talking heads built on a punk foundation, yet their music is a fluid, ever-evolving sound. Astra Elane’s newfound independence as a lead guitarist has led her to evolve into a confident, engaging front woman. While listening to the rhythmic punching of the drums and the laidback guitar styling, audiences can be found closing their eyes, and just grooving to the punk-pop melodies of The Gods Themselves. This album has touched many lives since its debut in 2014, giving many people a chance to believe in themselves and others around them. Kris Orlowski has brought a new energy to Seattle since being on the scene in 2010. With the help from vocalist Torry Anderson and the amazing drumming skills of Greg Garcia you will want to get up and dance the night away with your friends and loved ones.