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Slaughter and the Dogs

Slaughter and the Dogs

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Various artists: The Roxy, London, W.C.2 (Harvest SHSP 4069)

Review by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, September 1977

BACK IN nineteen-sixty-something, when an earlier new wave was proudly unfurling, several Live at the Star Club LPs appeared, scooping up some of the bands ...

Eddie & the Hot Rods, Lew Lewis, Chelsea, Aswad et al: Punk Festival, Chelmsford City Football Stadium

Live Review by Tim Lott, Record Mirror, 24 September 1977

And we don't careThe message: punk's now a business ...

Slaughter & the Dogs: Stop spitting, punks

Report by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 21 January 1978

SLAUGHTER AND the Dogs are not one of the great groups of our time, even by the light of punk rock. But they deserve better ...

Slaughter and the Dogs: Marquee Club, London

Live Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 21 January 1978

NINTEEN seventy-seven happened pretty fast. ...

Slaughter and the Dogs: Do It Dog Style

Review by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 29 June 1978

UNFORTUNATELY, A posthumous debut album. Quite something, not even the anti-Christ (Sex Pistols) managed to pull that off. But it is a rather sad, inevitably ...

Slaughter and the Dogs: The Boot Boys Are Back In Town

Profile and Interview by Garry Bushell, Sounds, 22 September 1979


Slaughter: Get Ready To Do Ruck Steady

Report and Interview by Garry Bushell, Sounds, 5 April 1980

THREE MONTHS into the weighty Eighties and pop paper medics decide it's time for Slaughter's funeral. ...

Slaughter and the Dogs: Leper Messiahs

Retrospective and Interview by Kieron Tyler, Q Classic, 2006

Formed by two young Bowie fans, Slaughter & the Dogs' bark was worse than their bite. But, as Kieron Tyler reveals, that was before they ...


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