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Sunday, 12 July 2009

SLAUGHTER AND THE DOGS - Manchester 101


Today’s musical offering links tenuously with yesterdays post. Slaughter and The Dogs named themselves after Mick Ronsons solo album Slaughter on 10th Avenue and David Bowies Diamond Dogs album, and Mick Ronson played guitar on a couple of tracks on Slaughters debut Do It Dog Style. There you go, the seemingly random sometimes isn’t that random. Manchester 101 was recorded live at Queens Hall in Nuneaton on 7th Dec 2005, and contains all the classics Even if at times the band veer of into Drum and Guitar solo territory, they still have a bite to them. If you’re hungry for some re-formed old skool punk rawk, they’re just a click away!

2 comments:

Longy said...

Cheers Nuzz. There can never be enough Slaughter & the Dogs!

Ian said...

Hey man, my dad is playin' the drums in that record! (Noël, not Mad Muffet the first drummer). Give us back our money poor bugger!
No, I'm joking ;-)
I'd say this live is not the better one, because it was recorded on the last gig of their English tour, so Wayne (my godfather) told me he had the voice broken & crushed.. that's the reason sometimes he's not in the good tone, but fortunately the rest of the band kick ass!
The DVD of Manchester 101 is much better than the CD.
And if you want a cool live of SATD, check out "A Dog Day Afternoon"!
Your blog is still full of Rock & Roll!
Cheers,
Ian