About Beware of the Dogs. On the title track of her debut album, Stella Donnelly widens the scope of her storytelling to a broader, but no less pressing issue – the cultural and environmental destruction of Australia by its own government. What have the artists said about the song? It’s about Australian identity and what that actually means for me, as an Anglo, white Australian, and how my experience of this country can differ so much from somebody else’s based on that privilege. It also looks at the people in power, who have all the money and protect it at the expense of others
Beware of Dog is the debut studio album by American rapper Lil' Bow Wow. It was released on September 26, 2000, by So So Def Recordings and Columbia Records. Recording sessions took place from 1999 to 2000, with the executive production from Lil' Bow Wow's mentor Jermaine Dupri, and an American songwriter Bryan-Michael Cox. The album was supported by four singles: "Bounce with Me" featuring Xscape, "Bow Wow (That's My Name)" featuring Snoop Dogg, "Puppy Love" featuring Jagged Edge, and "Ghetto Girls".
This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Beware of Dog. 1. The Gun Song. BPM Profile Beware of Dog. Album starts at 164BPM, ends at 161BPM (-3), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
The Hangdogs – Beware Of Dog. 1:23. Susan Aglukark – Hangdog (Free). The Hangdog Hearts – Baby Gone Southbound.
The Dogs is the self-titled debut album released by the rap group, The Dogs. It was released on March 28, 1990 through Joey Boy Records and was produced by the group's leader, Disco Rick. The album found mild success, peaking at on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and featured the group's most well known song, "Crack Rock". Where is Disco Rick At?"- 3:20. Lets Go, Lets Go"- 3:26. Fuck the President"- 3:29. Ten Little Niggers"- 4:31.
For every "The Gun Song" and "Somewhere Near Heaven," here (decent alt-country songs done with no particular style but plenty of heart) there are several clunkers where this New York quartet affects genre poses and merely goes through the expected motions. If there's such a thing as commercially manipulative alt-country, this is it.