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Dog Society - In the Shade

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If you're old enough, listening to Dog Society may make you a little nostalgic. That's because this is a bit of a throwback band -- albeit in the best sense of the term as it brings back fond memories of 60s rock.

Opener, "Heal Me Friend," is both aggressive and pop-rock melodic at the same time. The band has been compared to the Beatles, yet many times people only have a limited idea of what Beatles-esque actually means. Remember, though, the Fab Four was by no means stylistically limited. Those guys from Liverpool incorporated much of the best music from the States and England, and sometimes even from around the globe. The same stylistic elasticity can often be found in Dog Society. For instance, "The Killer You Can't See" sounds a little bit like Radiohead running through it. Furthermore, "Our Own Parade" features a Hugh Masekela-like trumpet solo and a big brass horn breakdown at the end. Lastly, the title track features a bit of a jazz vibe running through some sections.

Whether you're in the shade or on the sunny side of the street, Dog Society had created the perfect for the outdoors.

Dog Society - In the Shade
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