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The origins of the band can be traced to The Bordello Boys, formed in late 1982 by Tyla (born Timothy Taylor), formerly of Kitsch. An American vocalist who was staying in England at the time, Ned Christie (real name Robert Stoddard), was brought into the project and he gave the band the name, The Dogs D'Amour, and co-wrote many early songs with Tyla. Guitarist Nick Halls, bass guitarist Karl Watson and drummer Bam completed the line-up.

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  • Avatar for FrankPerla
    That's pure rock and i love them!
  • Avatar for MetalSpike666
    I want more bands like this one...
  • Avatar for polksean
    Remember them from back in the day and thought I'd give them a spin again. WOW, magic is right. New stuff kinda reminds me of Joe Hurley. Outstanding!!!
  • Avatar for thomas2112
    met these boys in vegas in 89-90 while they were in l.a. recording. cool ass guys, hit some casinos with them for awhile. funny how people would leave the blackjack tables when we'd sit down. had a blast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • Avatar for MadBadJack
    There's something really special 'bout their music, it feels like magic (3)
  • Avatar for Re-Kramer
    There's something really special 'bout their music, it feels like magic.
  • Avatar for bolerus
    i am goign to see Dogs on sunday (11 December) not quite the Dogs from early 90s, but hopefully they still play a few of the old uns, although Tylers voice has changed a bit with age.
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  • Avatar for Davie_Orr
    loved this band as a kid and still do....
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