- Justin Bennett - drums, percussion, violin, samples, treatments, keyboards
- D. I. Anii - drums
- D'Silva - saxophone, keyboards
- Sara - Voices
- Alan Fisch - samples, treatments
- Barry Harden - bass guitar
- Dave Heppinstall - keyboards, voice, treatments, percussion
- Sarah Morrell - trumpet
- Alan Russell - guitar
- Phaedre Selmes - voices
- Phil Wolstenholme - kazoo
It's not quite a Great Lost Hula Album, but about half of it could be: the opener "It's A Dream" could almost fit on Voice, the short "Luther's Scream" sounds like Murmur-era Hula, and there are a couple ambient tracks that would sound at home on Hula's improvised Shadowland LP. Three other rhythm-oriented tracks are in the distinctive Sheffield funk vein but are more akin to Workforce's uptempo "Back in the Good Books." Which leaves a few tracks of odds and ends somewhere between ambient and rhythmic. G.O.D.A.M.B. is thus an essential record for, well, anyone who follows this blog! Get the vinyl rip here or here.
The cover of G.O.D.A.M.B., while it has some interesting elements, is a bit of a mess. It was designed by Metroviral Visuals, which was Anthony Bennett, now a respected sculptor (and MBE awardee) whose bronze tribute to Beatrix Potter now stands in Bowness-on-Mere.