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Guilty - Nazareth (2) - Hair Of The Dog (CD, Album)

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  1. Hair Of The Dog was released in the UK in on B & C Mooncrest, catalogue number: CREST 27 Recorded at Escape Studios, Kent. Additional recording and mixing at AIR London. Published by Carlin Music Corp (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5b to 7, 9, 11) Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd (track 3) Published by Rondor Music (London) Ltd (track 5a)/5(12).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hair Of The Dog on Discogs. Label: Salvo - SALVOCD • Series: Loud, Proud & Remastered (Nazareth) • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock/5(60).
  3. I believe that "Hair Of The Dog" was the album that really introduced Nazareth to the music scene, in I had already heard "Hair Of The Dog" & "Love Hurts" BEFORE, I bought this record in February Most of the OTHER song titles really appealed to me, MORE than the TWO songs, that I /5().
  4. 1. Hair Of The Dog - 2. Miss Misery - 3. Guilty - 4. Changin' Times - 5. Beggars Day/Rose In The Heather - 6. Whisky Drinkin' Woma.
  5. Nazareth had hit the highs with Razamanaz, but they'd cement their quality with Hair of the Dog. Just the artwork alone, something you'd see on a heavy metal release of the 80's, says that the band mean business. Leading off with the title song there's no messing about. A crushing riff leads a song that is now a staple for the band live/5().
  6. Hair of the Dog is the sixth studio album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in The album was recorded at Escape Studios, Kent, with additional recording and mixing at AIR Studios, London, and is the group’s best known and highest selling release, with .
  7. Hair of the Dog is Nazareth's peak and most successful album for a reason, it's such a defining album for both the band and the early days of heavy metal. Raw and raucous, it's a true meeting of swaggering blues and thunderous heavy metal with that Scottish angst that only Nazareth had perfected.

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