Slaughter & Dogs: Tokyo Dogs

Slaughter & Dogs SKU: 33139593
Slaughter & Dogs: Tokyo Dogs

Slaughter & Dogs: Tokyo Dogs

Slaughter & Dogs SKU: 33139593

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Tokyo Dogs
Artist: Slaughter & Dogs
Label: Cleopatra
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889466060618
Genre: Rock

Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. 2017 live release. Manchester punk legends Slaughter & the Dogs bare their teeth on this raw and raucous live album recorded on their recent world tour! Absolutely vicious versions of the band's best loved songs including "Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone?" and "Dame To Blame" plus fantastic covers of VU's "I'm Waiting For My Man" and Bowie's "White Light White Heat!" The name Slaughter & the Dogs was created by singer Wayne Barrett in 1975 by combining the names of Diamond Dogs and Slaughter on 10th Avenue, two of his favorite albums. They were one of the first punk rock bands in North West England. They supported the Sex Pistols at their gig at Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall on 20 July 1976.

1.1 Who Are the Mystery Girls
1.2 The Bitch
1.3 You're a Bore
1.4 Hell in New York
1.5 We Don't Care
1.6 Boston Babies
1.7 Dame to Blame
1.8 I'm Mad
1.9 Situations
1.10 Quick Joey Small
1.11 Where Have All the Boot Boys Gone?
1.12 White Light White Heat
1.13 Cranked Up Really High
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