Pavlovs Dog are one of those bands which the enthusiasts will forever love for their sublime musicality, while the rest of the world are left scratching their heads and trying to work out what the fuss is all about.

Here at Coda we fall squarely into the besotted camp. If there ever was a genius debut album then this is it. America didn't really catch the progressive wave which was essentially an English phenomenon.  Only Kansas, Styx , Jefferson Starship and a few other notables made it to the top of the tree. 

Pavlovs Dog were that other rarity, a brilliant progressive band producing an all time classic at the very first go.Stunning  vocals vocals from Mr Surkampf , great guitar work, violin, keyboards and some of the best compositions ever to emerge from the progressive era.  If you love Pavlovs Dog you will want to treat yourself to a copy of this limited numbered edition on splatter vinyl. Every copy is machine numbered and supplies are very, very limited . So if you want one grab it now. When they are gone, they are gone !


1. "Julia" (3:09)
2. "Late November" (3:14)
3. "Song Dance" (5:01)
4. "Fast Gun" (3:04)
5 "Natchez Trace" (3:46)
1. "Theme From Subway Sue" (4:25)
2. "Episode" (4:06)
3. "Preludin" (1:40)
4. "Of Once & Future Kings" (5:30)
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  • Peter Ross 10:47 PM

    One of the finest falsettos in the business, nice to see a bit of recognition in this exciting splatter release .Love the austere splatter grey marbling… very much in line with the album artwork. Seminal stuff…will never forget the mind blowing effect of the first hearing of Julia, which turned me on to this amazing band!!!

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