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The Dogs D'Amour

When Bastards Go to Hell

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Rock Treasures

Catalog Number: RTCD012

Average Rating: 38 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Personnel
Tyla guitars, bass, lead vocals, percussion
Yella vocals
Juli drums
Henry Twinch keys
Darrell Bath guitars on track 13
Dill Davis drums on track 13
Dan Turner lead guitar on track 13
Tracks
1.  Ain't No Loser... Babe  
2.  Barbed Wire Ball  
3.  Shadow Town  
4.  Bad Habit Motel  
5.  Doomsday Times  
6.  Just One  
7.  X-Generation  
8.  No One But You  
9.  4am  
10.  Waiting for the Next  
11.  Grace of God  
12.  What Price?  
13.  When Bastards Go to Hell  
14.  The Vampyres  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Peter Bogren Date: December 25, 2004 at 9:53
Again an awful record by my housegod Tyla i wonīt buy anything more . ok that he has released 4 awful solo cds last years but drag the dogs name in the dirt !! Thatīs a shame Bewere itīs sucks

From: daniel Date: February 12, 2005 at 14:14
horrible, la voz de yella, no pega con el estilo que tenia el grupo, tyla esta perdido, lastima que no regresen a lo que fue en principio el grupo. 3 de 10, y de regalo.

From: Aero Force Mike Date: April 8, 2005 at 10:15
Er... not good. Bad in fact, very bad. The only track I liked was the sinister Wild West tone of Barbed Wire Ball, but the rest of it just sucks. And doesn't sound a thing like the Dogs. I know Tyla likes to experiment, but he's always done solo albums for that and ensured the Dogs always sounded like themselves, whilst this is a noisey mess that has no connections to the Dogs D'amour, either in terms of music or personnel. Basically just another crap Tyla solo album. Don't bother. 1/10

From: Aero Force Mike Date: April 8, 2005 at 10:19
Before anyone corrects me, I know Darrell Bath appears on one track and honorary Dogs member Henry Twinch does the keys, but still, there's not enough of the band here to be classified as the Dogs D'amour IMO. Not even any Tyla artwork. A real damn shame after the great comeback album, Happy Ever After.


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