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The Dogs

The Dogs

The Dogs


At least 8 artists are called The Dogs: 1) A 70s Proto-punk band from Lansing, Michigan 2) A garage rock band from Oslo, Norway 3) Another 70s Proto-punk band from Iowa 4) An Indie rock band 5) A french power pop band 6) A Cave Pop project 7) a 90s rap group 8) Punk UK '77 Biographies are listed below 1) The Dogs formed around 1969 in Lansing, Michigan, influenced by the MC5 and the Stooges, Amboy Dukes, Alice Cooper, they were all about playing with Marshall stacks real real loud. Read more on Last.fm
At least 8 artists are called The Dogs: 1) A 70s Proto-punk band from Lansing, Michigan 2) A garage rock band from Oslo, Norway 3) Another 70s Proto-punk band from Iowa 4) An Indie rock band 5) A french power pop band 6) A Cave Pop project 7) a 90s rap group 8) Punk UK '77 Biographies are listed below 1) The Dogs formed around 1969 in Lansing, Michigan, influenced by the MC5 and the Stooges, Amboy Dukes, Alice Cooper, they were all about playing with Marshall stacks real real loud. They moved to Los Angeles in '76 and became a fixture on the early LA punk scene. 2) The Dogs, garage rock from Oslo, Norway. They have recorded four albums; "Set Yourself On Fire And Follow The Smoke", "The Tears Are Voodoo", "Black Chameleon Prayer" and "Swamp Gospel Promises". Fronted by Kristopher Schau (Mongo Ninja, The Cumshots, Gartnerlosjen and Hurra Torpedo).

3) The Dogs were an underground phenomenon in Iowa during the 70s, they were a 3 piece band who played loud, raw, pre-punk similar to The Stooges and U.K. bands like Third World War, Hammersmith Gorillas and Crushed Butler. They released one single (Rot 'n' Roll b/w Teen Slime) and recorded a few other studio tracks later released by Rave Up records (Italy) in the late 90s. The band consisted of: Jody Koenig- Guitar/Vocals Ole Torvik- Bass/Vocals and Erik Berg - Drums/Vocals Greg Knipe was the original drummer, but he left early on to drum for Conway Twitty. 4) The Dogs are a rock band from Chicago, IL.

The Dogs are family. Not literally, but close enough. The group has been inseparable since middle school, sharing a deep passion for cooking, Neil Young and making music. The Dogs are spread across the land: vocalist/guitarist Peter Walters in Minneapolis; bassist Matt Bachmann in Washington; vocalist Rivkah Gevinson in Norway; and multi-instrumentalist/producer James Krivchenia in Boston.

Despite being separated, the Dogs remained close by exchanging demos. By the time they had reunited for a summer in Chicago, they had accumulated roughly 50 demos and settled on 15 songs to record. Camping was recorded with a few microphones and a laptop -- with a beer budget that may have been more than a studio budget. Outside of four hours of studio time that the band won from the Chicago Deli's Artist of the Month poll, Camping was recorded completely independently. The final weeks of summer found the Dogs in La Farge, WI, where they holed up in a cavernous garage attic for a last recording stand.

After a few bonfires, some fresh veggies from their Amish neighbors, The Dogs finished recording Camping. www.thedogsthedogs.com. 5) The Dogs were a French power pop/punk band founded by Dominique Laboubée (guitar, vocals) Michel 'Mimi' Gross (drums), Paul Peschenaert (guitar) and François 'Zox' Camuzeaux (bass). They released albums from the mid-late 70s into the early 90s. Dominique died during a US tour in 2002 and the group disbanded. 6) The Dogs are a Cave Pop project from Victoria, BC. They consist of Kristian and Crystal from Vincat 7) The Dogs were a booty bass rap group from Miami from around 1992. 8) The Dogs [GBR], appers on Streets: Select Highlights From Independent British Labels (1977) Read more on Last.fm.

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