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2018 compilation of rare tracks from one of the UK's most legendary punk acts, Slaughter & the Dogs. Includes the original version of the punk rock classic "Situations" plus superb live versions of "Where Have All The Bootboys Gone?," "Cranked Up Really High" and more. Slaughter & the Dogs is an English punk rock band that formed in 1975 in Manchester, England. They were one of the first UK punk bands to sign with a major label, Decca Records. The name Slaughter & the Dogs was created by singer Wayne Barrett in 1975 by combining the names of Diamond Dogs (David Bowie) and Slaughter on 10th Avenue (Mick Ronson), two of his favorite albums.
2018 compilation of rare tracks from one of the UK's most legendary punk acts, Slaughter & the Dogs. Includes the original version of the punk rock classic "Situations" plus superb live versions of "Where Have All The Bootboys Gone?," "Cranked Up Really High" and more. Slaughter & the Dogs is an English punk rock band that formed in 1975 in Manchester, England. They were one of the first UK punk bands to sign with a major label, Decca Records. The name Slaughter & the Dogs was created by singer Wayne Barrett in 1975 by combining the names of Diamond Dogs (David Bowie) and Slaughter on 10th Avenue (Mick Ronson), two of his favorite albums.
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Format: CD
Label: CLE
Rel. Date: 06/15/2018
UPC: 889466081620

The Slaughterhouse Tapes
Artist: Slaughter & The Dogs
Format: CD
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2018 compilation of rare tracks from one of the UK's most legendary punk acts, Slaughter & the Dogs. Includes the original version of the punk rock classic "Situations" plus superb live versions of "Where Have All The Bootboys Gone?," "Cranked Up Really High" and more. Slaughter & the Dogs is an English punk rock band that formed in 1975 in Manchester, England. They were one of the first UK punk bands to sign with a major label, Decca Records. The name Slaughter & the Dogs was created by singer Wayne Barrett in 1975 by combining the names of Diamond Dogs (David Bowie) and Slaughter on 10th Avenue (Mick Ronson), two of his favorite albums.
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