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Fantastic

Quite simply one of the best debut AND hard rock albums of all time. The swagger and cockiness of Chevrolet and Speak of the Devil are breathtaking. On their 2nd they went all bland and multi-layered but this album is up there with Humble Pie Performance and Beck Bogert Appice as the very best of early 70s power.

Stray dog........WOOOW..

I saw Stray Dog at the Reading Festival in '73 , and for me were the best act of the weekend and testament to their prowess I came home from the festival and immediately ordered their album.
You could equate the band to being the Extreme of the 70's, but these did it first and this album is still strong today........LISTEN TO IT...........

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

This blues-based US heavy metal group started life as a power-trio in 1973. Formed by Snuffy Walden (vocals, guitar), Alan Roberts (bass, vocals) and Leslie Sampson (b. 1950; drums), their style incorporated elements of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. Timmy Dulaine (guitar, vocals) and Luis Cabaza (keyboards) were added in 1974, with rather negative results. The aggression and power of the three-piece had been dissipated by needlessly intricate arrangements. While You’re Down There was another disappointment...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, World
  • Released: 1973

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