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Pavlov's Dog


Crossover Prog

3.95 | 10 ratings

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4 stars YES! The second best all-time release by Pavlov's Dog (second to the monumental "Pampered Menial" of course) is this wonderful EP!

Crossover Prog indeed, tight as hell, all the songs of very high quality. If this album was combined with the best songs from "At The Sound Of The Bell" to create an LP, we would have the second essential LP (apart from their debut) that Pavlov's Dog never released.

At first, I assumed that David Surkamp MUST have something to do with this, even though he is not singing; yet, I was wrong! Pavlov's Dog 2000 was a side-project by the then-ex PD percussionist Mike Safron, and judging by the results he was vital to the fantastic original sound of Pavlov's Dog. Thanks to the user ScarRitual for pointing this out to me

Somewhere between the sound of Kansas and their own original, I'd say that this is a 4 star record hands down.

Learn from this, fans: don't underestimate EPs, you may find gems like this among them!

BigDaddyAEL1964 | 4/5 |


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