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    AGAP
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    Haven’t seen or heard anything about this band of Murph’s here before so here you go, you can stream or download the song from the site…

    Sons of the Corporate Dog :idea:

    Sons of the Corporate Dog
    Self-classified: Hard Rock, College/Indie/Lo-Fi, Rock
    Listen.com Says: Hard Rock, College/Indie/Lo-Fi, Punk
    Greenwich, Connecticut, USA

    Sons of the Corporate Dog Sons of the Corporate Dog is a band that captures the rawness and energy of the 70’s combined with a powerful live feel. The band is comprised of Patrick Murphy (formally of Dinosaur Jr.), Charlie Nakajima (from GobbleHoof), Eric Scholz (Unity Band,B.Soul-Jah&other Bands) and Josh Schummer (various music projects). Sons Of The Corporate Dog have created a musical genre that transcends every generation. This is a new band with a fresh sound. Brief Description of the Song:
    This is a rocker. One of the new songs by Sons of the Corporate Dog. With members of Dinosaur Jr. and Gobblehoof.

    Public Buddha:

    Charlie Nakajima- Vocals & Rythm Guitar Patrick Murphy- Drums & Backup Vocals Eric Scholz([email protected])- Solo & Rythm Guitar Josh Schummer- Bass

    Song by: Nakajima&Sons of the Corporate Dog Lyrics by: Charlie Nakajima © 1994 Sons of the Corporate Dog all rights reserved

    Sons of the Corporate Dog are a very loud and hard driving- rock band.(Valley Optimist Magazine)

    #91971

    FlyingCloud
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    thanks for the info, Allison!

    cool to know that Murph is still around on the scene – together with former GobbleHoof singer Charlie Nakajima :mrgreen:

    I listened to the song ‘Public Buddha’, it has a Stooges kind of sound, and I think that’s not at all bad :P

    #91972

    expect nothing
    Participant

    i downloaded Public Buddha, sounds catchy – i havent heard much stooges stuff, only the tribute shows – but it does seem to have a ‘stooges feel’ to it. Some good guitar riffs in there :), and the drums work really good with the feel of it to :)

    It reminds me of another song i’ve heard but i cant think what it is – any suggestions?
    It might be a mother love bone track but i’m not sure

    #91973

    jeremiah
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    #91974

    Bucky Ramone
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    "jeremiah" wrote:

    …..not much more info, but definitely cool pics…. 8) :D

    [img]http://www.corporatedog.net/sitebuilder/images/Deep-Wound-regroup1-370×251.jpg[/img]

    #91975

    jeremiah
    Keymaster

    Not positive but the drummers name is Patrick Murphy and they were based in Lowell, Massachusetts so the odds are pretty good.

    The Kata Atlas

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    The Kata Atlas was a band that existed from October 2001 until September 2004. We released one 7 inch vinyl record and had a song on a CD compilation called Bricks and Mortar. Before the end of the band, we recorded one full length record called "The Architect, the Scientist, and the Palm Tree." Since we are no longer a band, it is unlikey the LP will ever see a proper release. Rather than file the recordings away however, I have posted (OR WILL SOON BE POSTING) the whole album here. Hey, even though it’s not on vinyl the way it should be, people can at least hear, and hopefully enjoy, the music we created. Kevin Hogan recorded this and we thank him much.

    Links:
    http://www.gatehouseanchor.com/kataatlas.htm”>http://www.gatehouseanchor.com/kataatlas.htm
    http://kataatlas.gatehouseanchor.com/”>http://kataatlas.gatehouseanchor.com/

    Download the album here: http://www.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=6614568&Mytoken=20041226122550″>http://www.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseac … 1226122550

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