Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
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Analog | Planet Earth | 11/07/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Does anyone know who the Cavedogs were?? I think I am one of the few who found their music truly excellent. I am very surprised that they never gained popularity, especially with the whole "grunge" scene that was taking place at the time. The dogs were easily as good as the Screaming Trees or Soundgarden, they had their own sound, which rocked, some great guitar work, and a great singer. Maybe some people will remember Boy In A Plastic Bubble, which was the only song I ever heard played on the radio, and I think I may have heard it twice. That was enough to get me interested in the band though, and I'm glad I bought this album. Like I said, the Cavedogs have their own sound, so it's hard for me to make comparisons to other bands for reference. They sound a little like the Screaming Trees, a little like early Candlebox, maybe a tiny bit Nirvana, but with more of a groove. Lots of frantic riffs, gritty, fuzzed out guitars, lots of energy, and a lot of out-of-the-ordinary songwriting. I guarantee there's no band that sounds like the Cavedogs. This album is really good, I still listen to it a lot, but I wonder what ever happened to the band? They just disappeared. It's too bad because they had a really great sound going. If you find this CD in the used bin for two bucks, just pick it up, it'll be worth a whole lot more than that to you after a few listens."
Long gone, but oh so good
bazzgirl | california, usa | 02/12/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Soul Martini should have been a breakthrough CD for this very talented group. Almost every song plays like an A-side; Soul Martini, Boy in a Plastic Bubble, Sorrow, On For the Ride should have been chart-making hits. Guess when a label doesn't spend any bucks on promoting their artists or the band isn't glamazon, a gem can get buried in a sea of talentless music........"