12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

tangodeltayankee ,

CRUSH.....Does not disappoint....

Well... I've only heard Crush... But it's enough to be salivating for the rest of this release! Instrumentation, production, writing, arrangement, vocals, lyrics..... Excellent and Wonderful rock from the Dogs!!! Bring it on....

dannywholesome ,

dannywholesome

If you've never listened to "Speak" go to Spotify or iTunes and practice your best "ears to hear'. "Heels" first single carries on the great musicianship of their first album. Looking forward to Aprill 22nd. If you like Beatles, Pink Floyd, Daniel Amos, Rich Mullins you'll find similar quality.

whereismyipod ,

Worth the wait

What a terrific album. Picking up nicely where Speak left off, Heal advances this bands sound without compromising it. The songs feel fully realized, each having a unique character that keeps the listener engaged throughout. The instrumentation is nicely written, played and mixed giving this album a richer feel. What is quite evident is the maturity of this band. Without losing their edge, the band has produced a deeper and more intimate album that can still kick your butt when it is called for. Gordon, Jimmie, Blair and John have a wonderful chemistry on the album and really know what to play. Let’s hope their is more where this came from, and sooner than another 20 years. Would love to hear Dogs of Peace in a live setting!

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