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The Slugs mp3 album

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The Slugs  mp3 album

only compilation that drew heavily from Doug Bennett's solo album Animato (1986), and contained only a few tracks by Doug & the Slugs per se, all originally from Popaganda (1984). Neither Popaganda nor Animato achieved a . release, hence Cleveland-based Avion's decision to combine tracks from the two LPs for a "new" Doug & the Slugs album.

Doug and the Slugs was a Canadian alternative pop band based in Vancouver. The group was formed in 1977 and was most active throughout the 1980s. Doug Bennett was the band's namesake and lead singer. He continued to perform with the group until his death in October 2004.

Doug & The Slugs' final album (1992's Tales From Terminal City) came out on their own Tomcat Records label. It is the only Doug & The Slugs album not to have hit the Canadian charts. Most of the Slugs left the band after 1992, although Kendall stayed until 1994. After this time, Bennett toured with an ever-rotating cast of new musicians, still billing their act as Doug & the Slugs. The original Slugs reunited to back Doug for two "25th anniversary" shows in Vancouver in 2003

Album Name The Slugs Throne. Erscheinungsdatum 2010. Labels Mayday Mayday Records. Musik GenrePost Hardcore. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. A Stable Life, A Bright Future.

Album · 1993 · 15 Songs. 2011 Doug and the Slugs. More By Doug & The Slugs. See All. Cognac and Bologna.

The Slugs Throne consists of many drastic transitions, such as an epic "post black metal"-esque riff, and the next moment the song's three times faster and dissonant as all hell, the prime example of this being the ending of the first track A Stable Life, A Bright Future. If Demeanor keep up with work of this caliber, they could easily become a major fixture in underground extreme music circles. There isn't a single boring moment on this entire release; it flows nearly flawlessly from start to finish, over and over again.



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