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Artist: Rumbledog

Title: Rumbledog

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Category: Heavy Metal/Glam

Year: 1993

Label: Mirror

Catalog Number: CD-18


Henrik Ostergaard
Robbin Crosby
Cary Devore
Jim Harris
Paul Lidel
Paul Monroe
Dave Naro
Brian Perry


1.  Have You Ever (Talked to Jesus)     Listen
2.  Doing Time     Listen
3.  Cardiac Arrest     Listen
4.  Stone in my Eye     Listen
5.  Last Call Sally     Listen
6.  Down Inside     Listen
7.  Trip the Lite (Fantastic Love)     Listen
8.  Fang and the Love Pig     Listen
9.  K-Mart Country Funk     Listen
10.  Red Lite     Listen
11.  Love Train     Listen

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From: hardrockhaven Date: August 19, 2001 at 12:36
Weak, weak, weak. What were these guy possibly thinking. Comprised of members from Dirty Looks and a couple of other bands, you would have thought that at least one of them could have written a halfway decent tune. But, apparently, thwy were to busy drinking booze in the studio to care about what they were putting onto a disc. Highly unrecommended.

From: yeruncledavy Date: February 21, 2002 at 14:53
This Rumbledog CD grew on me. Henrik's voice was a little unnerving at first, but the cuts Doing Time and Stone In My Eye kick the proverbial ass enough to require constant speedometer checks. Humor gets a workout with Fang and the Love Pig and K-Mart Country. The booze addled lyrical viewpoint is closer Sunday at 2AM rather than Sunday at 8AM, but hey...with a name like Rumbledog chances are you're not chief choirboy anyway. In summation: good air guitar rock!

From: jason Date: May 15, 2002 at 21:30
I need to get my hands on this album. I am a big Dirty Looks fan and I'm sure I would like this as well. Rumbledog actually has two albums that I am aware of. the other album is called 'The Drowning Pool.' For those that don't know. Rumbledog is another project that Henrik Ostergaard (singer) had besides Dirty Looks.

From: Blue Tequila Date: May 19, 2002 at 12:55
Rumbledog's S/T is actually pretty good, along the lines of One Bad Leg and Chewing On The Bit, with that familiar Dirty Looks sound. Don't waste your time trying to find the second one The Drowning Pool unless you liked D.L.'s 'Slave To The Machine'. The only song worth noting is Some Other Day, which seems like a retrospective of Henrik's life. Great song, bad album.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: August 9, 2002 at 19:31
You know, if the record stores and the recording companies are going to discontinue bands and their albums than I don't want to hear them bitching about people sharing MP3's on the web!!! If they (stores/recording co.) are going to make it so fuckin' hard to buy the damn albums, than what else are we suppose to do? I have no problem buying CD's but, if I can't than I have to find them on KaZa and places like that!

From: Reno Date: August 9, 2002 at 20:17
I totally agree with you jason. How can the bands be getting any royalties anyway if their cd's are out of print? At least their music is being heard and if people like it and they start demanding it...the record companies will re-release the cd's again. They should be happy that their is still interest in their music for us to go hunting for it on the web and ebay. As far as new artists go, they should also be happy because without previewing their cd's online, we probably wouldn't go buy them.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: August 10, 2002 at 12:59
Reno, I have a good example of previewing CD's. I downloaded songs from the band Beautiful Creatures and I really like what I heard. SO, I went out and Purchased the CD. Another example is the latest album by TT Quick. I did the same thing. I don't mind buy CD's but, they need to be in the stores if they want me to Purchase them!

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: August 10, 2002 at 13:02
I am making my point on this page because I don't stand a chance finding anything by Rumbledog in the stores. It makes for a real pain in the ass.

From: Reno Date: August 11, 2002 at 3:19
What do we know jason? We're just little consumers with no brains or taste. The record exec's have those pretty little college degrees on their walls and always know whats best for the music world. Maybe thats why the music industry is being overrun by Teen Queens and Boy Bands that all sound alike and can't even write their own music. At least there's a few new record companies out there now that are taking it into their own hands and getting the good shit re-released for us to hear.

From: Altay Date: August 15, 2002 at 18:19
paul gilbert is my all-time fave guitar player.he released a new solo album named 'burning organ'.how am supposed hear these tunes?racer x released a great cd called 'superheroes'last year.i downloaded it from audiogalaxy and did print on cd.is there anybody out there blames me for stealin' racerx 's rights?

From: purrfect-kat Date: October 2, 2002 at 13:55
I think hardrockhaven need to get the fur out of their ears cuz if they don't think 'Trip the Light' is a decent tune then I am afraid to know what they do call a decent tune. . . . This cd usually sells for $25+ and I would recommend it cuz there are some other good tunes on it too such as 'Last Call Sally'

From: hbomb Date: October 25, 2002 at 22:19
I too recommend this CD if you were a fan of Dirty Looks - several of the tunes are pretty much DL tunes. Those that aren't are interesting (K-Mart Country Funk, Fang & the Love Pig). I agree that Trip the Lite (Fantastic Love) is an EXCELLENT tune. I recommend this if, as mentioned, you enjoyed Dirty Looks (btw, Cool From the Wire is one of the 80s most underrated albums). As for finding it...it may have been rereleased as I just found it at Media Play in Atlanta. Go figure!

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: June 1, 2003 at 2:15
Haven't heard this CD in a long time. But, it was a killer album. I liked it. For all you Dirty Looks fans, a bit of trivia for you. Original Dirty Looks bass player was in a Pennsylvania band called HARPO. He appeared on their debut, record only release, which is now hard to find & if you do find it, chances are, you won't find it cheap. I've got it though. Haven't heard it cuz I don't own a record player. (creeper@sunlink.net)

From: the kid Date: March 4, 2004 at 4:36
Brian Perry has since played/ toured/ and recorded albums with Prong, Flood, Jake E. Lee, Lizzy Borden, Rumble Dog, Phil Leiws besides starting out in Harpo, and Dirty Looks, See: www.brianperry.net for the lowdown. His Web has a link to na interview tht says he played with Slayers drummer, Kiss's drummer, and David Lee Roth's drummr. wow he get's around...

From: Date: July 8, 2004 at 14:27
i have all dirty looks albums but only need the second rumbledog album called drowning pool

From: Geoff Date: September 23, 2004 at 7:33
I didn't think this one was that bad. Not great by any means, but if you like Dirty Looks odds are pretty high you'll ike this. I like Dirty Looks, and yeah, I like this one too. Cool hard rock, even if it's not brilliant. Am I disturbed in taking much enjoyment away from the cover...? I don't know, think I've just had a long, hard and lonely week. Hmmm, sweet delicious Friday tomorrow...

From: bobbyd Date: January 20, 2005 at 21:56
i found this cd at the dollar bend at wherehouse back in the nineties only cuase it said that the late great robbin crosby of ratt was featured guitar player. a week later i went to a ratt cover band show in l.a. california and i saw robin crosby in the bathroom. i asked him about this rumbledog project and he denied ever being on the albm....i quickly stated that i saw his name on the albm and he just shook his head. so that has to tell you a little about how he feels aobut it. i personally onl

From: bobbyd Date: January 20, 2005 at 22:00
only really love the first song , the rest was forgetable to me ......im sorry but it probably came out to late in the scene to be great. lets face it the nineties were quite forgetable, unfortunately.

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