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“There was this feeling inside me going into making this record that we’d never made an album before,” says guitarist/vocalist Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog’s Shame, Shame, their Anti- debut and the first album made outside the safe confines of their home studio. “Four albums ago, we set out with this unspoken or unconscious mission, and I feel like we accomplished ... Read more in Amazon's Dr. Dog Store

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  • Audio CD (February 27, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Park The Van
  • ASIN: B000MEWORQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,455 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Old News
2. My Old Ways
3. Keep A Friend
4. The Girl
5. Alaska
6. Weekend
7. Ain't It Strange
8. Worst Trip
9. The Way The Lazy Do
10. Die, Die, Die
11. We All Belong

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I can listen to it non-stop for hours!
M. Bajric
And, please, if you like what you hear, do some backtracking and pick up copies of Dr. Dog's earlier releases Easy Beat, Takers and Leavers, and Toothbrush.
M.S.
Listening to music, laughing, sharing the simplest things in life.
Gregory Gilreath

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel E. Fox on July 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Dr. Dog just puts a big smile on my face. They mix elements of the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, and the Band. They also have a nice "off the cuff" attitude (i.e. rough around the edges, like Exile On Main Street)...their music still falls under the category of indy/alternative, but again, they owe a lot to 60's and 70's rock. There are lots of vocal harmonies on here, lots of piano and organ, great guitar licks, and some terrific songwriting. A few of the songs sound remarkably like outtakes from Music from Big Pink (the Band), and in a GOOD way... This CD grabbed me the very FIRST time I listened to it; now the songs are starting to embed themselves in my brain, in my consciousness. I highly recommend checking out this new Dr. Dog CD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M.S. on August 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you know me, you've seen my shirt. You've heard me drop the name in conversation. Dr. Dog. If you consider yourself a music lover, hail from the Philadelphia area, and have not heard Dr. Dog--wait: those three do not mix. The ragtag Philly-based band of harmonizing and alliterated minstrels has been pumping out material since before the turn of the millennium but has only recently gained acclaim for its new release, We All Belong. All aboard.
Taxi, Tables, Thanks, Text, and Trouble (yes, all their names begin with T's) waste no time delivering the goods on We All Belong. The opening track, "Old News," while only running one minute and fifty-one seconds, establishes the sonic atmosphere of the oncoming thirty-five minutes: Beach Boys harmonies meet Beatles song structures and recording techniques and begin to brawl. Next is "My Old Ways," which thanks to MTV2's Subterranean has scored the band a hit music video. An infectious piano hook sends the track into an epic intro, followed by a poppy verse and an escalating chorus. Studio static instantly bleeds into the first bass-driven verse of "Keep A Friend." Bassist Tables, who shares vocal duties equally with guitarist Taxi, exercises his pipes thoroughly in the track. "The Girl" gradually churns a drumroll-and-count-off combo into the thunder of the verse's guitar rhythm--run any track from Rubber Soul through a two-dollar transistor and you'll get the point. Taking a break from all the fuzz, the crisp, clean guitar rhythms, punchy bassline, smooth background vocals, and wrenching solo of "Alaska" embody Dr. Dog's originality and diversity. Grab a drink, sit down, and close your eyes to enjoy "Weekend" to the fullest: when you hear it, you'll understand.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Bajric on July 17, 2008
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I found this band through last.fm (god bless last.fm) and checked out a couple of tracks there. Then I did more research and I am in love. Now I am trying to get as much music from them as possible!

This band is probably now my favorite indie band! What a great discovery it was! Dr. Dog deserves to be supported by music lovers all over, so please buy their music instead of downloading it for free.

As for We All Belong - great album with lots of catchy melodies and hooks, and overall great music. I can listen to it non-stop for hours!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Caston on March 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
What an amazing album. This is something that everyone should be able to relate to. It almost seems like the only thing that will save humanity at this point is music in the direction of Dr. Dog. Let's accept our situation and move on. If we refuse to accept reality as it is with all it's fear and hate, how will we ever move towards unity and love?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Tanis on September 21, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Fantastic! Barring a week section in the middle, this whole disc is amazing. These guys know how to make a record. The lyrics are great, the instrumentation is perfect, and the vibe is jammin. If you like guitar-laden, beatle-based, hook-filled, neo-psychadelia then you must buy this album, you will not regret it, nor will your children.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By truthseeker1 on April 24, 2007
Format: Audio CD
There is a review below that really says it all in how superb the music and lyrics of Dr. Dog is, this album is a must-have (as well as their previous effort, Easybeat). Thoughtful, intellegent lyrics combined with great musicianship and a stunning live show lead up to the obvious statement: Dr. Dog is the best-kept secret in music. It's now time for the world to know.....
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Allaer TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 11, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Let me state upfront that I am a late-comer to this party. I was not familiar with Dr. Dog until I heard their music recently on WOXY (BAM! The Future of Rock and Roll!), the internet-only starion but the best source for indie-music in the country, bar none. I immediately decided to check out their most recent album.

"We All Belong", released in early 2007 (11 tracks, 39 min.), starts off with a short introductory track "Short News" that is just exuberant, and sets the stage for the rest of the album. "My Old Ways" continues the musical style of piano-fronted, horns-augmented, almost bar-style, music and it works just great. Other highlights of the album for me include "The Girl", a heavier-sounding track with crashing guitars, the gentle "Ain't It Strange", and of course the album closer, the almost epic 6+ min. title track, wich sums up the album perfectly. What a delight this album is, from start to finish, there really are no weak tracks on here.

Dr. Dog will release their new album "Fate" later this month, and from the couple of tracks I've heard so far on WOXY, I can't wait to check that out. I haven't seen these guys in concert yet, but surely hope to get a chance to do so when they tour behind the new album. Meanwhile, "We All Belong" is highly recommended.
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