The Dogs D' Amour: More Unchartered Heights Of Disgrace
Chas de Whalley, Vox, June 1993
IT'S HARD TO RESIST the immediate temptation to write The Dogs D'Amour off as relics of that late-'80s sleazeball revolution that threw up Guns N' Roses in LA and The Quireboys here at home. Especially when the opening track of their first album in over two years comes on with all the finesse of a food fight in a fancy restaurant.
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