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Hair of the Dog
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||Date: September 21, 2002 at 21:23|
|By far the best Hair Of The Dog cd. I got an autographed copy when I saw them open for Ratt a few years ago. The guys in the band were awesome and sat down after the show to drink beers and bullshit with everyone. Interesting note is that Steve Vai and John Sepetys are best of friends. His sister Ruta is Steve's manager. John sadly had to leave the band after the Rise cd due to an illness with his fretting hand going numb. He's a great guy and one hell of a guitar player. Good Luck John!!
||Date: September 22, 2002 at 6:32|
|I probably ran into you at that show Reno. It was at The Medina Entertainment Center. Stephen Pearcy came out to our table and chatted for a while. Pretty nice guy. I got my cd autographed as well after the Hair Of The Dog set. Ryan Cook is hilarious. Great bunch of guys and they can put the beer away too!!!
||Date: March 21, 2003 at 18:20|
|I saw these guys open for Cinderella a few years back. They rocked pretty good. Great rockin time, and a kick ass vibe and beat to there music, its kinda in your face heavy, but at the same time its kinda groovy. I loved "Cadillac Jack" the most from there set.
|From: jason (FA - Q)
||Date: March 22, 2003 at 17:52|
|I saw these guys open for Cinderella at the Medina. It was a great show. I bought their CD at that show and had the band sign it. Nice guys and a good album!
||Date: August 20, 2003 at 13:38|
|Man is this a solid debut release. It's good to hear a band just play rock and roll again. 'The Party Ain't Over' has been my anthem since this album came out.
||Date: July 2, 2004 at 21:59|
|Man, I just got this cd, and I was so pleased upon hearing Cadillac Jack. But then it went downhill from there. They start mixing in blues, funky riffs, and slow parts instead of just playing straight-ahead ass kickin rock n roll. I wish bands would just play balls-out anthemic straight ahead hard rock instead of dicking around with cute lil funky hooks.
||Date: April 27, 2005 at 0:27|
|Great debut album. I met them as well when they opened for Ratt in Denver. Super nice guys, you used to be able to e-mail them directly and they would actually respond. Too bad they've split up. 'As I am' and 'Party Ain't Over' are standouts on this album. The other two are solid releases as well but this is my favorite.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 26, 2008 at 1:19|
|This is real no-frills, blue-collar rock 'n' roll. Similar to Jackyl, but much more "workmanlike," I guess you could say. Also kinda reminds me of Ugly Kid Joe. Heavy bass grooves galore, and a bit of an "updated" '80's metal sound. "Cadillac Jack," "Southern Cock," "The Party Ain't Over" and "Monster" are my favorites. A good, but not spectacular album.
||Date: June 26, 2008 at 10:02|
|This is a very good album by an virtually unknown band. They were in concert locally here or I never would have heard of them. Cadillac Jack is absolutetly a killer track...Whiskey Tango and Southern Cock are also very good songs. For a debut this is great but it made me expect more from them on the next albums. The second was good but not as good as this one and I really did not care for Ignite at all. 84/100
|From: Metal T
||Date: June 26, 2008 at 18:38|
|Some good 'ol kick ass hard rock right here.Saw em open for "Motorhead" several years ago and wasn't dissapointed.."the farmer'd gone and the rooster was ready to rock,his mother hen with the big daddy southern cock"......great disc!
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