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21 January 2015

'NUZZ PROWLING WOLF' REVIEWS 'REBELLION SONG' 7"
 
The brilliant blogsite Nuzz Prowling Wolf has posted a great review of the new Urban Dogs single:

"This single is a gritty growling socio/political statement, possibly the best couple of songs the Urban Dogs have released....Ignore at yer peril, but be quick cos those cheeky chappies at Time & Matter have only pressed up 500 copies..."
 
The full review is also archived on T&M below:
 
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
URBAN DOGS - 'New Single' (*A REVIEW*)
 
 
After the sublime acoustic strum of the Bonefied album, the Urban Dogs have plugged in again and released this electrifying double A side single, which shines brightly in this new dark age.  Rebellion Song is a slow and solid tune that marches into your head, a lead guitar bleeds amongst the thumping rhythm as Mr Harper sings about writing rebellion songs in a world where the pictures of war and destruction write the history of governments One Foot In The Grave is an up tempo toe tapping little number, propelled along by a chugging guitar and Knox's narrative about nothing really changing over time, in a world where the poor are still the poor and politicians are still liars. This single is a gritty growling socio/political statement, possibly the best couple of songs the Urban Dogs have released....Ignore at yer peril, but be quick cos those cheeky chappies at Time & Matter have only pressed up 500 copies.