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Sloppy, Fast & Loud

by The Electric Boogie Dawgz

Hard-rockin', beer-chuggin' boogie and good-time honky-tonk blooze -- electrified drinking music for happy drunks.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Won't Stop Rockin'
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2. 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9
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3. Stone Cold Sober
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4. Chicken on the Bone
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5. Rock 'n' Roll BBQ
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6. Dead Toad Boogie
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7. Rockasaurus
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8. Liver Appreciation Day
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9. Sloppy, Fast 'n' Loud
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10. The Coliseum
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11. See Y'all in Hell
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Album Notes
"Hellbound barbecue boozers rock out against temperance"
-- The Village Voice reviews "Sloppy, Fast & Loud",smith,72719,22.html

About the EBDz:

Imagine walking into a smoky, beer-soaked roadhouse with ZZ Top, Supersuckers and George Thorogood grinding out a relentless boogie groove together onstage. Meanwhile, David Lee Roth, Ted Nugent and Ween play poker in a corner booth while Slash and Chuck Berry shoot pool. You go to the bar to order a drink and the ghost of Waylon Jennings pours you a double bourbon ...

That's the ultimate musical scenario behind the Electric Boogie Dawgz, a boogie-rock power trio from San Francisco. Bret sings and plays the electric guitar, Lewis plays the electric bass and John hits the drums. They love to play rock 'n' roll music, have a good time and entertain people (especially drunk ones.) There's nothing complicated, experimental, "alternative" or "challenging" at work here -- the Dawgz just want people to have fun, drink a lot and come back again and again until they fall down in a drunken stupor, then come back again with their friends!

Basically, the Electric Boogie Dawgz make music that rocks. It's fun and it certainly doesn't sound like Staind or Dave Matthews or any of that nonsense.


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Sean Pete

Powerful album that holds strong through repeat listening
This album is a great album from EBD'z & is just as much fun as their live shows! If you've seen them live, buy this album. If you haven't seen them live, check out the samples, as this album is strong through & through. I can leave it on repeat as I work or drive & it keeps me entertained without a feel of the album ending & starting again! A great soundtrack to a party full of beer & jack!


sloppy, fast and loud
cd arrived today, thank you, this band is AMAZING! tailor made for our listening pleasure. loved every track, but Rock'n'roll BBQ my baby's favourite..don't take long to bring out your next cd we can't wait already..yeeeharr

Richard Amery Kenora Daily Miner and News

Dawgs that Rock
The Electric Boogie Dawgs are bringing the boogie back along with a whole lot of attitude and old fashioned rock n’ roll fun.
That means the music contains a little southern rock, a little old school rock n’ roll, a touch of country, a little blues, lots of guitars and lots of songs about dancing, drinking, rocking and reeling all night long. Not to mention recovering the morning after.
They wear their influences squarely on their scruffy collars which is apparent on the title track, Sloppy, Fast and Loud, which is punctuated by riffs of the guitar gods mentioned in the lyrics —ZZ Top, Angus Young, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Slash, Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen to name a few.

Robert Rurade

Foot stompin'
Good old foot stompin rock. Great album.