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Rock
Performer: Dogs
Title: A Million Ways Of Killing Time
Style: Alternative Rock
Year 1989
Country France
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 706
MP3 size: 1926 mb
FLAC size: 1549 mb
WMA size: 1185 mb
Other formats: TTA DTS DXD XM AUD VOX MP2

Dogs - A Million Ways Of Killing Time mp3 album


Dogs - A Million Ways Of Killing Time mp3 album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 I Wanna Win
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
A2 In The Shadow Of Love
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
A3 A 1000000 Ways Of Killing Time
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
A4 Searchin' For Shakes
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
A5 Lovers Again
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
A6 Hear My Train Comin'
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
B1 Satisfied
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
B2 (I'd Go) The Whole Wide World
Written-By, Guitar, Backing Vocals – Wreckless Eric
B3 Lost Summer
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée
B4 Something Magic
Written-By – Dominique Laboubée

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – New Rose

Credits

  • Bass, Percussion – Christian Rosset
  • Drums, Percussion – Michel Gross
  • Guitar – Antoine Masy-Perier, Philippe Almosnino
  • Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Harp – François Godefroy
  • Management – Olivier Jouan
  • Percussion – Bruno Lefaivre
  • Producer – Dominique Laboubée, Jean Labbe*
  • Recorded By – Charles Hurbier, Eric Debris*, Jean Labbe*
  • Synthesizer [Strings], Brass – Charles Hurbier
  • Vocals, Guitar, Harp, Maracas – Dominique Laboubée

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 3447120 017066
  • Other (Distribution Code): NR 335
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCDS 8901 Dogs A Million Ways Of Killing Time ‎(CD, Album) Mix-It MCDS 8901 France 1989
MKS 8901 Dogs A Million Ways Of Killing Time ‎(Cass, Album) Mix-It MKS 8901 France 1989
Cordalas
Well under rated French rock band, didn't get the success they deserved. Excellent (too soon gone) songwriter....
Whitecaster
i only can agree... a lot of their material are total classics... way underrated...