|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Nightrockers||4||Audio||1997||Pure Vinyl (2)|
|3||Giant Robot Rock 'N' Roll||3||Audio||1996||Won't Go Flat Records|
|4||Delilah's Theme||2||Audio||1996||Roctober Records|
|5||Summer In The Hood||3||Audio||1997||Won't Go Flat Records|
|7||Want List||3||Audio||1998||Trixie Records (2)|
|8||Want List||3||Audio||1998||Trixie Records (2)|
|9||Want List||3||Audio||1998||Trixie Records (2)|
|10||Missing Fits||11||Audio||2001-10-01||My Pal God Records|
|11||33 1/3 Goodwoodsman Lane||16||Audio||2001||Slušaj Najglasnije!|
From Chicago, Illinois.
Since establishing "The Classic Goblins Lineup" in the mid-1990s, the Goblins have been pushing the limits of pop music presentation. Combining elements of Garage rock, hardcore punk, performance art and vaudeville, they have created a unique series of concerts, recordings, and video projects. These include the children's special "Passover In Puppettown," the critically acclaimed theater piece "He Is My Rock,Will You Be My Roll?," a series of PSAs recorded for college radio stations, and a fully-costumed Egyptian Rock extravaganza at the The Oriental Institute museum of ancient history.
In the tradition of the Residents, the Unknown Comic and Kiss, the Goblins never appear in public without their masks and costumes. All have been fired from jobs for refusing to unmask.