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I Love My Shih-Tzu

I Love My Shih-Tzu

I Love My Shih-Tzu


" FREE Mp3s for download... click the Album Tab! In the band I Love My Shih–Tzu Sarah Hodgson - vocals Monica Knott - vocals Mike Johnston - hacky guitar, vocals Pete Lloyd - more hacky guitar, vocals Mark Hornblower - bass, silicon Pete Za - drums ahoy! Discography... Who Loves Ya, Baby? CD (1996) When Hamilton's "The Dik Van Dykes" broke up in the late 80's, Sarah Hodgson joined her friends in Sinister Dude Ranch. Read more on Last.fm
" FREE Mp3s for download... click the Album Tab! In the band I Love My Shih–Tzu Sarah Hodgson - vocals Monica Knott - vocals Mike Johnston - hacky guitar, vocals Pete Lloyd - more hacky guitar, vocals Mark Hornblower - bass, silicon Pete Za - drums ahoy! Discography... Who Loves Ya, Baby? CD (1996) When Hamilton's "The Dik Van Dykes" broke up in the late 80's, Sarah Hodgson joined her friends in Sinister Dude Ranch. In The 90's Sarah asked Mike (Dik) to join Sinister Dude Ranch. Mike accepted, but with one condition...

that the band change its name to "I Love My Shih Tzu". "I Love My Shih-Tzu's" first song was actually a DVD's song- "Too Much Like Fun", and the band broke up in the early 21st century. Mike went on to play with the "Coop Boys", and is a Lawyer. “I Love My Shih–Tzu formed from a fusion,” smiles Chris ‘Crackers’ Cracknell, the last member to join. “Mike Johnston and Sarah Hodgson came over from The Dik Van Dykes and Peter Lloyd, Monica Knott, and Dave Gould moved in from Sinister Dude Ranch.

Followed by bassist Mark Hornblower and later Cracknell, ILMST culled the best from the simple, if not sloppy, energetic and eccentric garage rock, go–go dancing drunk–fests that were the hallmark of The Dik Van Dykes and Sinister Dude Ranch. “I really loved the sound and material of I Love My Shih–Tzu,” smiles Cracknell. “It had a very old school, punk edge to it, but a lot of intelligence in the arrangements that gave the sound a great deal of sophistication and complexity. I joined I Love My Shih–Tzu (playing keyboards, accordion and flute) near the end of its life, but it felt like being in a punkabilly version of the Beatles’ Let It Be documentary.

It was getting really toxic by the end. I finally got my chance to join the band and it became pretty apparent to me that I had come in during the band’s last days.” I Love My Shih–Tzu only recorded one album ( Who Loves Ya, Baby? CD 1996 ), imploding in 2002 during the process of recording their second album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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