Garage Rock dr dog - b-room limited vinyl

Published on July 22nd, 2013 | by Scott Wickberg

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Dr. Dog – B-Room // Limited Edition Deluxe LP w/ Bonus 45″

At first I questioned if this dog could actually be a Dr. , but after they consistently deliver amazing music time after time I figure if the dog is that talented it surely could have gotten a doctorate in something. This single sounds incredible as usual. Part of me is just happy to see the new album as that means they’ll be back on the road again. There’s really no band that brings it like Dr. Dog brings it. I really don’t need to say much more. Get on this deluxe.

The Details

WHAT MAKES THIS THE LIMITED DELUXE EDITION LP? FOLLOW US ON WHAT YOU GET HERE:

FIRST- THE FULL B-ROOM LP.

SECOND- THE RECORD COMES PACKAGED WITH THE LIMITED HUMBLE PASSENGER 7” – THIS IS THE SONG “HUMBLE PASSENGER” PART 1 ON SIDE A AND PART 2 ON SIDE B.

THIRD- BECAUSE OF ALL OF THIS, WE‘RE GIVING YOU THE DELUXE DOWNLOAD FEATURING THREE ADDITIONAL SONGS.

TRACK LISTING

The Truth – 4:26
Broken Heart – 3:36
Minding the Usher – 3:26
Distant Light – 3:24
Phenomenon – 3:55
Too Weak to Ramble – 3:56
Long Way Down – 3:51
Cuckoo – 4:04
Twilight – 3:35
Rock & Roll – 3:07
Love – 3:41
Nellie – 3:37
Mt. Slippery – 1:48 (deluxe DL only)
Can’t Remember – 3:55 (Deluxe DL only)
Humble Passenger – 6:35 (Deluxe DL only)
This purchase includes 2 separate digital downloads. This first download is for the song, “The Truth.” The download code for that song will be emailed to you shortly after purchase. The 2nd digital download is for the entire album. That code will be emailed to you on or just before the albums release date (October 1).

Thanks to Ryan Carey for the tip!

Price $17



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About the Author

I live in Denver, Colorado and am the lead Informant of SlyVinyl. I collect vinyl because I love giving back to the artists and getting a physical piece of music history in return is a beautiful bonus. I mainly listen to wax while relaxing after working a long day at Wick Creative, where I spend much time currently. As a side note, It should be known that I will never understand why someone would pre-order mp3s from iTunes... just sayin.





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