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Youre A Bore - Slaughter And The Dogs - Do It Dog Style (CD, Album)

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  1. Do It Dog Style: 3CD Digipak This is a 3CD expanded version of the debut album by Punk legends and Wythenshawe’s finest, Slaughter And The Dogs. They supported the Sex Pistols in the summ Proper Music Do It Dog Style: 3CD Digipak.
  2. Feb 26,  · English Punk band formed in in Wythenshawe, Manchester. 1- Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone 2- Victims Of The Vampire 3- Boston Babies 4- I'm Waiting For The Man 5- I'm Mad 6- .
  3. Listen free to Slaughter and the Dogs – Do It Dog Style (Where Have All the Boot Boys Gone, Victims of the Vampire and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at feslalacalhartvasineversandmorsi.coinfo
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: Slaughter And The Dogs - Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone / You're A Bore - Decca - UK - F
  5. Slaughter & the Dogs ' output was rather slim, and not on par with the best of the early U.K. punk bands, though they were among the first to put out records. This track compilation does document their legacy with enough comprehensiveness to satisfy most punk fans. It documents their progression -- followed by many an early punk band -- from an extremely raw act with barely intelligible vocals to a .
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  7. Dec 20,  · No self respecting lover of Punk Rawk or Rawk’n’Roll should be without a copy of this album. From punks second city; Manchester. Slaughter and The Dogs brought some street style bootboy swagger along with their New York Dolls Rock’n’Roll riffs to the London punk rock party at places like The Roxy, where they were captured on film by Don Letts for his Punk Rock film.