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Hair of the Dog


Download links and information about Hair of the Dog by Nazareth. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 40:30 minutes.

Artist: Nazareth
Release date: 1975
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 8
Duration: 40:30
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No. Title Length
1. Hair of the Dog 4:09
2. Miss Misery 4:40
3. Love Hurts 3:53
4. Changin' Times 6:03
5. Beggars Day 3:45
6. Rose In the Heather 2:44
7. Whiskey Drinkin' Woman 5:29
8. Please Don't Judas Me 9:47



Nazareth scorched American radio and arenas with their own Yankee-styled blooze and working-class boogie. It’s a safe bet that Guns N’ Roses wouldn’t have existed had Nazareth (and this 1975 album) never made it out of their Scottish homeland, so big a fan was Axl Rose. The Rose comparison is easy; just listen to Naz singer Dan McCafferty, whose earnest vocal shreds matched both the gnarly onslaught and (occasional) subtle gestures of the band’s guitars and songs. It was, in fact, one rather subtle gesture—the band’s cover of The Everly Brothers' tenderizing ballad “Love Hurts”—that made this band huge. Elsewhere, the title song’s Humble Pie–ish romp still stomps it out at rock radio, and “Miss Misery” nearly matches it in intensity. The dynamic “Please Don’t Judas Me” shows Pink Floyd action, and “Whiskey Drinkin’ Woman” is an amped-up folk tune with a surprising sardonic side (“Maybe if I tried some booze/I’d know what it’s about”). And you’ll swear you hear nodules form on McCafferty’s vocal cords during the band’s fist-foisting version of Nils Lofgren’s underrated “Beggar’s Day.”