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Album Review

If you like your rock hard and fun, then this is definitely the album for you. The disc really has a nice '80s metal texture to it, and that is statement is made in the best way. There are a number of Kiss leanings on this album, but that is certainly not the extent of these guys' tricks. Indeed, they have created a sound all their own, nestled in among the sounds of such bands as Kiss. They certainly don't run from that link either, covering a lesser-known Kiss number and turning it into a bit of a medley of that legendary band. The lineup on this disc is Ryan Cook, Mike Dupke, Boot, and John A. Sepetys.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Hair of the Dog (Ryan Spencer Cook, guitar and vocals, Mike Dupke, drums, Boot, bass, John A. Sepetys, guitar) released an independent release simply titled Hair of the Dog in 1997. This release was in response to a tremendous reaction to a cut called "Caddilac Jack" that appeared on a radio sampler. The group spent the better part of the next two years on the road. The group then signed to Spitfire and released the next disc Rise. The group hit the road again, and the album began to really take...
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Rise, Hair of the Dog
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 01 January 2000
  • Parental Advisory

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