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Artist: Dog Tag

Title: Eat This

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Self-released

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

Peter Karl guitar
Ralf Breindl vocals
Werner Daller percussion
Thomas Kursawe rhythm guitar
Christian Hemmeter drums
Stefan Schneider bass

Tracks

1.  Your Life  4:02
2.  Rockstar  4:55
3.  Cry for Me  4:25
4.  Venus  3:22
5.  I Won't Sit Down  4:55
6.  The Game  3:31
7.  Booze  1:20
8.  Mr. Moneymind  3:47
9.  Move On  4:50
10.  G.D.#F  4:05
11.  Try  3:01
12.  Garincha  1:49
13.  Your Life remix  4:25
  
Total Running Time:  48:27

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Heavy Harmonies Review
From: Dan Date: March 16, 2003 at 23:57
Here's a bunch of youngsters out of Ingolstadt, Germany, producing a blend of modern rock and traditional AOR/hard rock. The album is produced by Bonfire's Clauss Lessmann. Instrumentally, it most definitely falls into the camp of "modern" melodic rock, as opposed to traditional '80s hard rock, yet the choruses are true to the melodic layered style we've come to expect and appreciate. If you like today's radio-friendly melodic rock efforts (Foo Fighters, Matchbox 20), you'll appreciate the instrumental underpinnings of the group's arrangements, yet the choruses will appeal to fans of Firehouse and modern-day Bon Jovi.

The production is well done, and there's some some interesting orchestration done periodically (brass making an occasional cameo appearance). Most of the tracks are midtempo rockers, but one of the standout tracks is a ballad, the huge Cry For Me (which you can hear as part of the streaming audio feed on this site). The modern-sounding cover of Bananarama's Venus actually works quite well, and is extremely well executed. So if you want a taste of the modern melodic rock sound, yet don't wand to forsake the vocal hooks that we all know and love, definitely check out this band. Considering this is their freshman effort, they could be HUGE!

Rating: 91/100

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