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The sound on 'Good To Go' is very distant from the band's early gritty rock sound and falls very much into the genre of pop-rock. Whereas the band's early guitar sound was heavily rooted in metal, the riffs here are much more Nashville country oriented, and electronic drum pad beats replace the kit sound of their 1992 debut 'Formaldehyde'. Despite these changes the band's music retains its dark undertones on this release.