Cats and Dogs
Download links and information about Cats and Dogs by Royal Trux. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 41:40 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|5.||Skywood Greenback Mantra||3:10|
|6.||Turn of the Century||7:04|
|7.||Up the Sleeve||4:26|
|8.||Hot and Cold Skulls||2:33|
|10.||Let's Get Lost||3:01|
|11.||Driving In That Car (With the Eagle On the Hood)||6:50|
Royal Trux’s fourth studio long-player furthered their foray into the same kind of trashy street-rock explored in their untitled 1992 album. But from the haunting, heavy-lidded opener “Teeth” it’s apparent from the rootsy guitar work and delinquent vibe that Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema’s fascination with the bluesy swagger of ‘70s Rolling Stones was playing a bigger part in their sound. “The Flag” grooves harder, borrowing vestiges of vintage biker rock as hints of Blue Cheer’s guitar distortion and James Gang’s branded boogie-rock can be heard flowing from Hagerty’s fingers. “Friends” finds them momentarily returning to the chaotic noise-rock frenzy of their first two albums before “The Spectre” bypasses any genre pigeonholing with accidentally beautiful melodies coming out of a horribly detuned guitar as Hagerty and Herrema croon in fractured harmony. Fans of Hagerty’s parts in Pussy Galore’s twisted tribute to Exile On Main St. from 1986 are sure to dig “Skywood Greenback Mantra” with its boozy stomp and nods to Al Perkins’ slide guitar.