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Every Dog Has It's Day

Mortal Sin

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1991
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Virgin Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 43%)
1. Inside Out 05:38   Show lyrics
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2. Access Denied 05:22   Show lyrics
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3. Every Dog Has Its Day 03:52   Show lyrics
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4. Behind the Lies 05:12   Show lyrics
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5. Wasted Days 04:31   Show lyrics
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6. From the Gutter to the Grave 05:31   Show lyrics
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7. Side Effect 03:15   Show lyrics
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8. Blackout 04:45   Show lyrics
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9. See No Evil 03:29   Show lyrics
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10. The Price of Peace 04:18   Show lyrics
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11. Rebellious Youth 02:53   Show lyrics
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12. Why? 05:13   Show lyrics
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Band members
Steve Sly Vocals
Nash Hall Drums
Andy Eftichiou Bass
Dave DeFrancesco Guitars
Tom Dostoupil Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Brad Lonergan Art direction, Design
Tony Mott Photography
Peter Lees Engineering (assistant)
Anthony Charlton Engineering (assistant)
Dave Macquarie Engineering (assistant)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Kevin Shirley Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Pat Parish Artwork
Brad Lonergan Art direction, Design
Tony Mott Photography
Peter Lees Engineering (assistant)
Anthony Charlton Engineering (assistant)
Dave Macquarie Engineering (assistant)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Kevin Shirley Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Pat Parish Artwork
Read An unintentional tribute to... 43% Napero January 2nd, 2005

The line up was recruited by Andy Eftichiou after the band broke up in 1990. As a result he was promptly sued by his former band mates.

Released with the title of 'Rebellious Youth' in Australia with another cover, released as 'Every Dog Has It's Day' outside of Australia.

For some reason the album's title is grammatically incorrect, although it is spelled correctly on the cassette version.

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