Dogs Die In Hot Cars – Lounger (CD Review)

The very eighties ska-popsters return with a new single taken from ‘Please Describe Yourself‘. ‘Lounger’ is a jaunty number on the joys of slackness. This is definite pop material with its upbeat tone and jangly guitars, sure to do well if the albums performance is anything to go by.

Ending a run of performances that included Reading/Leeds, Glasto and T-in-the-park, as well as their tour dates with The Zutons and The Ordinary Boys, Dogs Die have a few dates left supporting Embrace and a headline show at LSE in London.

  • 5th Oct – Carling Academy Bristol
  • 6th Oct – Leas Cliffe Hall, Folkestone
  • 8th Oct – LSE, London

Label : V2

Release Date : 04 October 2004

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Tracklisting : CD Buy it from Amazon

  • Lounger
  • Mandarins

Tracklisting : DVD Buy it from Amazon

  • Lounger
  • The Sun Doesn’t Revolve Around The World But The World Revolves Around You
  • Lounger remix
  • Video

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