Excpanded three CD version of the debut album by Punk legends Slaughter And The Dogs. They supported the Sex Pistols in the summer of 1976, at the very beginning of the Punk revolution, and were one of the first wave of Punk bands. Disc 1 is the 12 track debut LP, originally released in 1978, and containing the singles 'Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone', 'Dame To Blame' and 'Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)'. The second disc has 19 non LP cuts including their debut 45 'Cranked Up Really High', plus their contribution to the seminal 'Live At The Roxy' LP, non LP B-sides, the scarce 'It's Alright' EP and studio demos. The final disc is the frantic "Live Slaughter Rabid Dogs" LP, recorded in May 1977. The booklet contains detailed liner notes, pictures of all relevant sleeves plus lots of memorabilia and clippings from the era.
Excpanded three CD version of the debut album by Punk legends Slaughter And The Dogs. They supported the Sex Pistols in the summer of 1976, at the very beginning of the Punk revolution, and were one of the first wave of Punk bands. Disc 1 is the 12 track debut LP, originally released in 1978, and containing the singles 'Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone', 'Dame To Blame' and 'Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)'. The second disc has 19 non LP cuts including their debut 45 'Cranked Up Really High', plus their contribution to the seminal 'Live At The Roxy' LP, non LP B-sides, the scarce 'It's Alright' EP and studio demos. The final disc is the frantic "Live Slaughter Rabid Dogs" LP, recorded in May 1977. The booklet contains detailed liner notes, pictures of all relevant sleeves plus lots of memorabilia and clippings from the era.
5013929607606
Do It Dog Style (Uk)
Artist: Slaughter & The Dogs
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Where Have All the Boot Boys Gone?
2. Victims of the Vampire
3. Boston Babies
4. I'm Waiting for the Man
5. I'm Mad
6. Quick Joey Small
7. You're a Bore
8. Keep on Trying
9. We Don't Care 1
10. Since You Went Away 1
11. Who Are the Mystery Girls 1
12. Dame to Blame 1
13. It's Alright 1
14. Edgar Allan Poe 1
15. Twist and Turn 1
16. U.F.O 1
17. Cranked Up Really High 1
18. The Bitch 1
19. Runaway (Live at the Roxy) 2
20. Boston Babies (Live at the Roxy) 2
21. Johnny T 2
22. Come on Back 2
23. Situations 2
24. White Light White Heat 2
25. Scream ; Scream Again 2
26. The Fight 2
27. Twist and Turn (Half Alive 12" Version)) 2
28. Cranked Up Really High (Live) 2
29. Where Have All the Boot Boys Gone (Live) 3
30. Boston Babies (Demo) 3
31. I'm Mad (Demo) 3
32. You're a Bore 3
33. Mystery Girls 3
34. Johnny T 3
35. Where Have All the Boot Boys Gone 3
36. We Don't Care 3
37. Waiting for the Man 3
38. Victims of the Vampire 3
39. Bostin Babies 4
40. I'm Mad 4
41. We Don't Care (Reprise)

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Excpanded three CD version of the debut album by Punk legends Slaughter And The Dogs. They supported the Sex Pistols in the summer of 1976, at the very beginning of the Punk revolution, and were one of the first wave of Punk bands. Disc 1 is the 12 track debut LP, originally released in 1978, and containing the singles 'Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone', 'Dame To Blame' and 'Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)'. The second disc has 19 non LP cuts including their debut 45 'Cranked Up Really High', plus their contribution to the seminal 'Live At The Roxy' LP, non LP B-sides, the scarce 'It's Alright' EP and studio demos. The final disc is the frantic "Live Slaughter Rabid Dogs" LP, recorded in May 1977. The booklet contains detailed liner notes, pictures of all relevant sleeves plus lots of memorabilia and clippings from the era.