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Uncovering The Old - Dr. Dog - Fate (CDr, Album)

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  1. Mar 30,  · Track 3 off the album Fate (). Song The Old Days; Artist Dr. Dog; Album Fate; Writers Scott McMicken, Toby Leaman.
  2. Uncovering The Old Lyrics: Turn it down / Start it over / Alone is such an ugly game / Pay it back / Pay it forward / Nothing means nothing to me / So they went down to the station / They were.
  3. Jul 23,  · The band Dr. Dog stopped by the Bryant Park Project studios last week to chat and play a few songs from their new album, "Fate." ALISON STEWART, host: All right. "Fate" is the name of a kid.
  4. Fate Wikipedia article Album by Dr. Dog. The Breeze Hang On The Old Days Army of Ancients The Rabbit, the Bat, and the Reindeer The Ark From Years Uncovering the Old The Beach Bonus tracks on iTunes releaseThe Dearly DepartedDrop Me Off Personnel Danny Scofield - saxophones Janka Perniss.
  5. The fifth album from indie rock group Dr. Dog, “Fate” has one recurring theme throughout its track list: a moving train. It appears in song transitions, in lyrics, and it finally interrupts the.
  6. Jul 22,  · Fate is the fifth album by Philadelphia indie rock band Dr. Dog. It was released on July 22, The album introduces some new studio elements to their established indie rock sound. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(20).
  7. Hang On Lyrics: Hang on, hang on / Because it's the little things / Yes, it's the little things / That do us harm / I'm not a stranger / Ain't a mystery / When we both get it wrong / Stay here for.
  8. Jul 22,  · Like it's predecessors, this album takes a couple of listens to get into. I love that moment when listening to a Dr. Dog album, when you realize the awesomeness. It's a great epiphany. Fate's awesomeness isn't as awesome as Easy Beat and We all Belong. You can hear more definite, direct influences which takes a little bit from some of the songs/5(48).
  9. Dr. Dog have been steadily refining their sound since the unexpected success of Easy Beat, and Fate continues that trend. They've still got all the right classic rock moves, clever production ideas, and the ragged-but-right vocals and bouncy bass of Toby Leaman and Scott McMicken's tough guitar and sweet vocals. It sounds much like We All Belong, but this time out there are also some really.

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