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  1. Arthur Googy (nacido como Joseph McGuckin en 1961) fue el baterista de The Misfits desde abril de 1980 hasta abril de 1982. Fue el tercer baterista de la banda y estuvo presente durante las sesiones de Master Sound Production que finalizaron con la realización del álbum Walk Among Us.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Arthur_GoogyArthur Googy - Wikipedia

    Arthur Googy is an American percussionist known for being the drummer of horror punk band The Misfits from 1980 to 1982. Originally from Jackson Heights, New York, he attended Blessed Sacrament elementary school followed by a brisk visit to Newtown High.

  3. 3 de feb. de 2021 · In the months before, the band had lost two more drummers. Arthur Googy quit over an alleged altercation after ordering two cheeseburgers on a tour stop — an offense that angered budget conscious Glenn Danzig. Ex-Black Flag drummer Robo took over in time to record Earth A.D. Robo, who had been booted from the Caiafa's home, moved in with Danzig.

  4. 1 de dic. de 2023 · Danzig eventually fired drummer Arthur Googy (aka Arthur McGuckin) after the pair repeatedly clashed and – following an endorsement from Henry Rollins – Misfits recruited ex-Black Flag drummer...

  5. www.wikiwand.com › es › Arthur_GoogyArthur Googy - Wikiwand

    Arthur Googy (nacido como Joseph McGuckin en 1961) fue el baterista de The Misfits desde abril de 1980 hasta abril de 1982. Fue el tercer baterista de la banda y estuvo presente durante las sesiones de Master Sound Production que finalizaron con la realización del álbum Walk Among Us.

  6. Arthur Googy. More images. Real Name: Arthur McGuckin. Profile: Arthur McGuckin, nicknamed "The Goog" by the band, joined The Misfits as the drummer in April 1980 and remained until April 1982 (making him the longest running drummer of the bands original era) when he left after an argument with Glenn Danzig .

  7. Arthur Googy. Arthur, nicknamed "The Goog" by his Misfits pals, joined the band in April 1980 and remained until April 1982 when he left after an argument with Glenn. He was with the band during the famous MSP sessions as well as the Mix-O-Lydian and Fair Lawn sessions of 1981 that resulted in the Walk Among Us LP.