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Category: Hard Rock
Label: American Dog / Colonial Canine
Catalog Number: NONE
|3.||Sometimes You Eat The Pussy|
|4.||Another Day In Paradise|
|6.||Long Time Comin'|
|7.||Beaten, Broke, Etc.|
|9.||Spell On Me|
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|From: anamal||Date: July 20, 2007 at 18:58|
|their best to date..magnificent bastard and long time comin are classix|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 29, 2008 at 17:06|
|This is my favorite American Dog release. It's not as punky as their early stuff, and the songs are just better adn catchier than on Scars 'n' Bars. If you're looking for a place to start with this band, I'd go with Hard, or with Foamin' At The Mouth for a real nice live album. My favorite tunes here: "No Pity," "Sometimes You Eat The Pussy," and "Spell On Me."|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 11, 2009 at 16:24|
|All right, guess I already commented on this one, so I'll just add that this is American Dog at their leanest and meanest.|
|From: Leykis101||Date: April 7, 2020 at 7:53|
|Yessss.. Boys, sometimes you eat the pussy, and sometimes the pussy eats you!! you know it's true.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: April 7, 2020 at 13:57|
|At one time, American Dog were "my band," so to speak. But they broke up, and I guess I moved on too, although I still love this kind of music. They released three more albums after this one, two of which were excellent (Poison Smile the disappointing exception), but Hard is still my favorite. It gets the nod over Mean and Neanderthal simply by not being padded with a cover song (as much as I enjoyed both "This Ain't The Summer Of Love" and "Dog Eat Dog"). Hard is just a great, well-rounded album for this style, with enough different textures to give it variety without sounding disjointed or the band overextending themselves. There are no attempts at southern-rock epics or anything like that. Steve Theado's finger-picking intros to a couple songs, and the ominous keys that swell up at the end of "Magnificent Bastard" add just enough extra flavor to the stew. And "Sometimes You Eat The Pussy" is still the best song they ever did.|
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