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Bulldog ‎– Smasher (1974, Buddah Records)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG

Format : LP
Cat N° : 840031
Style : Glam, Pop Rock, Classic Rock

Bulldog was a spinoff of the Rascals that formed in 1971, consisting of Gene Cornish, Dino Danelli, Billy Hocher, John Turi, and Eric Thorngren. They released their self-titled debut album with Decca Records but it was not successful due to the lack of hooks and strange pairing of vocals with the material. In 1974, they signed with Neil Bogart’s Buddah Records and released “Smasher”. This album showed a tighter and more elaborate sound, but it was virtually ignored and did not chart. Despite being an improvement over their first album, Bulldog disbanded by early 1975.

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A1 – Flamingo
A2 – Are You Really Happy Together
A3 – Honeymoon Couple
A4 – Bad Bad Girl
A5 – Brown Eyed Handsome Man
B1 – We Had A Real Good Time
B2 – Ooh When You Smile
B3 – Rock ‘N’ Roll Hootchi Coo
B4 – I Tip My Hat
B5 – I Tried To Sleep

Weight 0,23 kg