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Pleasure of Action
  • Artist: Egodog
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 639664420321
  • Item #: CDBY442032
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/23/2001
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Pleasure of Action on CD

Egodog is a band of four men who share a common belief that music should make one feel AND think. Gathered from Chicago, Boston and Southern California, Tony Oros, Mike McManus, Joe Higgins & Damian Pampena fuse a wide array of influences into a cohesive sound, from the Beatles to Soundgarden, Foo Fighters to Queen. Fearlessly searching it's creative soul on their newest release, 'The Pleasure of Action', Egodog continues to compose anthems of strength, conviction, and unwavering individuality. 'It's tight and precise and while on the heavy side is very radio friendly.' - Long Paul, Programming Director KNAC The four members of Egodog are schooled and versatile musicians, with a common respect and reverence for a well-crafted song. Their tours have taken them around the world, including Bosnia, Kosovo, and Japan, where they have proudly entertained American soldiers for the Department of Defense. 'Amazingly tight and with a lot of power... rhythm section is as tight as a perfect tuned engine. The guitar work is exquisite and the emotional loaded soulful voice of Tony Oros is the icing on the cake. I can go on forever raving about this band.' - (Undertow Magazine) 'Egodog creates some very edgy rock and roll. You know these guys are hard; they've been touring Bosnia and Kosovo for Christ's sake!' - (Stephen Hanning, No Cover Magazine) 'These guys are so close to breaking it makes my butt itch.' - (Long Paul, Programming Director KNAC)