Thor- a Rock Odyssey' will feature Thor performing his 1977 Keep the Dogs Away album live and in its entirety, followed by a 'Battle for New York' where Thor battles superhuman strongman 'Titano - The 8th Wonder of The World'. In Part three, dubbed the 'Power Set', Thor belts out his greatest hits along with some newly penned tunes written especially for this show. On August 4, 2017 Thor released the album titled Beyond the Pain Barrier which was co written with John Leibel and Ted Jedlicki.
Band Name Thor (CAN). Album Name Keep the Dogs Away. Erscheinungsdatum 1977. Labels RCA. Musik GenreHeavy Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen19. 1. Keep the Dogs Away.
Keep the Dogs Away is his second album, but the first to be billed simply as Thor. Prior to this, they were Thor and the Imps. I used to see this guy Thor on MuchMusic all the time. Usually he’d be bending a steel bar in his mouth. Sometimes, he’d blow up a hot water bottle with nothing but lung power. I’m So Proud is just rock and roll, kinda lite and reminiscent perhaps of the lesser Gene Simmons’ solo album material.
BPM Profile Keep the Dogs Away. Album starts at 104BPM, ends at 82BPM (-22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Thor. Beyond the Pain Barrier. Devastation of Musculation. Thor Against the World.
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Album: Keep The Dogs Away (1977). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Especially as your mother owns a cat. Seriously, what does this song have to offer after the strong Thin Lizzy style opening riff? Unsurprisingly, the eponymous album was released (in Canada) in 1977 and the US in 1978 when the Emerald Island rockers were at the height of their powers. Surprisingly, it was re-released in 2016.
Keep the Dogs Away reaches critical absurdity with side two and a pair of songs. Military Matters is a Spanish-hued marching army cadence clacking with castanets with lead vocals that sound like a Greek hero come to life. I mean, the music in Tell Me Lies, I’m So Proud and the title cut is fairly basic and even catchy at times, but to call it useless is a careless description. However, when faced with the country-tinged lethargy of Catch a Tiger, some people may start to look at me cross-eyed.