TANKARD - Pavlov's Dawgs EARBOOK - CD-Digi+DVD

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Pavlov's Dawgs EARBOOK
Tracklist
Set 1
Play Pavlov's Dawg
5:31
Play Ex-Fluencer
4:58
Play Beerbarians
5:21
Play Diary Of A Nihilist
4:50
Play Veins Of Terra
5:53
Play Memento
5:16
Play Metal Cash Machine
6:29
Play Pavlov's Dawg
5:31
Play Dark Self Intruder
5:55
Play Ex-Fluencer
4:58
Play Lockdown Forever
4:07
Play Beerbarians
5:21
Play On The Day I Die
6:46
Play Diary Of A Nihilist
4:50
Play Veins Of Terra
5:53
Play Memento
5:16
Play Metal Cash Machine
6:29
Play Dark Self Intruder
5:55
Play Lockdown Forever
4:07
Play On The Day I Die
6:46
Set 2
Total Addiction (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Tantrum (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Mercenary (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Don't Panic (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Acid Death (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Traitor (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Farewell To A Slut (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Total Addiction (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Poison (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Tantrum (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Commandments (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Mercenary (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Maniac Forces (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Don't Panic (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Zombie Attack (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Acid Death (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Chemical Invasion (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Traitor (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
(Empty) Tankard (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Farewell To A Slut (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Poison (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Commandments (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Maniac Forces (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Zombie Attack (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Chemical Invasion (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
(Empty) Tankard (Live In Frankfurt 31.03.1988)
Release Date
9/30/22
Media Format
CD-Digipak
Genre
Thrash Metal
Description
After 40 steamrolling, liver wrecking, gut stretching years in the name of heavy metal, the Tankard beer train isn’t slowing down. Right in time for the festivities surrounding their 40th birthday, our most favourite Frankfurters let “Pawlow’s Dawgs” off the leash, their 18th overall record and debut for new label amigos Reaper Entertainment. Produced and recorded at Gernhard Studio Troisdorf again together with Martin Buchwalter. The taps are polished, the Freibier is flowing and Tankard are finally back to what they do best five long years after their last studio album: Thrashing madly, drinking thirstily and ever so cleverly intertwining metal, humour and sarcastic social commentary into one big raucous ball of entertainment. Just like they did all these years ago in a classroom where they drank beer out of emptied milk cartons. All hail Tankard. All hail the dawgs. The world is a better place with capital guys like them waiting at the bar.