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Artist: King's X

Title: Dogman

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King's X Dogman Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 82558-2

Personnel

Doug Pinnick bass, vocals
Ty Tabor guitars, vocals
Jerry Gaskill drums, vocals

Tracks

1.  Dogman  
2.  Shoes  
3.  Pretend  
4.  Flies and Blue Skies  
5.  Black the Sky  
6.  Fool You  
7.  Don't Care  
8.  Sunshine Rain  
9.  Complain  
10.  Human Behavior  
11.  Cigarettes  
12.  Go to Hell  
13.  Pillow  
14.  Manic Depression  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TT Date: November 26, 2001 at 9:20
While this is their weakest disc, it still towers over what most bands put out as their best. The stand out tracks are Dogman, Complain, Human Behaviour and a good cover of Hendrix's Manic Depression.

From: I. Komitski Date: December 25, 2002 at 0:55
The album that made King's X superstars. Brilliant!

From: Scott Date: February 12, 2003 at 19:32
This is the album that SHOULD HAVE made King's X superstars. For some reason people would rather be forcefed MTV crap than listen to awesome music like this. A GREAT disc, though vastly underrated. http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/kingsx.htm

From: Brian McIntosh Date: September 28, 2003 at 2:36
This is not weakness. This is just the continuing greatness we know as King's X. This band found superstardom with the release of "Gretchen Goes..." because after that I fearlessly go into the cd shop & drop my cash on the next King's X cd! Because the Billboard world doesn't accept these guys as superstars that doesn't mean that we, their fans, have to believe that crap. The only weakness about this cd is in the production end. But that's Atlantic for ya. Powermad wisdom that can't boil water.

From: Fat Freddy Date: January 2, 2004 at 20:25
King's X have always been one of those bands where either "you get it or you don't." I finally "got it" with DOGMAN. This is still my favorite King's X album, with FAITH HOPE LOVE a close second. This is the only one I've bothered to upgrade to CD when my cassette copy bit the dust some years ago. They probably should've become huge rock stars with this album, but of course it didn't happen. Shame.

From: Kryiis Karl Date: January 22, 2004 at 18:32
Fat Freddy, I agree with the fact that they should have become superstars if you think about some superstar bands that will never compete with King's X. But I'm not sure at all that Doug and his boys give a shit about the superstar system and I think they would not have felt at ease with this status. The frustration is the some fake bands are over exposed, true. But those who love King's X deeply love them and they know why...and they always will.

From: house_of_ed Date: September 21, 2004 at 18:55
Their weakest disc? I don't think so. Depends on what you like about King's X, or more to the point, what you like about music. I like nearly every King's X disc, and nearly all for different reasons. This one isn't as heavy as some discs, or as intricate as others, but the overall mood is consistent and has a really cool groove. It's my favorite X disc. There, I said it.


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