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That Dog

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  • Audio CD (March 12, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B000003TDG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,018 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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In a word, fantastic. Just when you think you're gonna drown from all the polished AOR around, a band will rise and slap you in the face to teach you what music should be about. The main feature of this record is that the band recording were having FUN! They weren't planning a five album career and dollar spining tour, it is the sound of a band making the best album they can AND enjoying every second of it.
The songs are what hold this record together with 15 short sweet postpunkpowerpop explosions. Diamonds like 'Angel', 'This Boy' and `Zodiac`, really prove that That Dog are one of the Ninties great lost bands. Petra Haden's bass playing is some of the best I've ever heard, while Tony bangs the drumz to a new standard.
Believe me, you need to hear this album.
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i bought this cd after only hearing "you are here" and after getting on this kick where i will only listen to female vocals. i don't regret it at all. the lyrics are not too terribly deep or anything, but i think i really like this cd because it is so much fun to sing along with! "old timer" is definatly a great song as is " raina" and "you are here" which shows the softer side of that dog. "paid programming" is a funny look at some of the things that those horrible shows have done to minds today! if you like singing and originality with the violin, this is definatly something you should look into getting.
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This album is one of the absolutely best pop-punk albums ever made. The whole package, the album features stunning vocal harmonization from Anna and the Hayden sisters. The tunes are both catchy and creative, ranging from the through-composed "Family functions" to a postmodern delight in "You are here." More important than any of this is the remarkable humility that are apparent in Anna's lyrics. Rather than attempting to write deep and profound poetry (and failing as most songwriters do), Anna writes lyrics that are clearly based on personal experience in a beautiful and humble way. If you do not own this album, you are missing out on one of the great pleasures of life. No hyperbole.
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to me this album would be considered alternative. I know growing up the things that were considered "alternative' was rather accessible to the mainstream but this one needs a little bit more time to understand/enjoy. I first heard "Old Timer" on Beavis and Butthead, and I thought it was interesting but I guess since B&B were making fun of it, it was hard for me to take it seriously as I never heard the song outside of B&B. Now that time has passed and I went on youtube looking at videos I ran into the video for this song, and well it definitely hit me as being rather interesting and catchy. I then ran into a video for Ms. Wrong so I thought maybe this group deserves a more serious look. I ended up getting both cds and liking them both. The songs tend to be short, but then again so were the Ramones. One thing that struck me though about youtube is more than half the comments were negative and lumped them into the category of bands with no talent from the 90s. The 90s saw a lot of non talented groups getting air time, and paved the way for the computer generated rock star. However this doesn't apply to this group. They seem on point, meaning they seem to have an idea or concept for their sound and group, and they seem to have a common goal. They seem to really believe in what they are doing. They're not just showing up to get paid. I am a picky listener, perhaps a musical snob, and I found enough on their albums to make it worth the investment. I'm glad I took a second look.
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