Happy Ever After (album)

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Happy Ever After
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Studio album by The Dogs D'Amour
Released 2000
Genre Rock
Label Artful Records
Producer The Dogs D'Amour
The Dogs D'Amour chronology
...More Unchartered Heights of Disgrace
(1993)...More Unchartered Heights of Disgrace1993
Happy Ever After
(2000)
Seconds
(2000)Seconds2000

Happy Ever After is rock band The Dogs D'Amour's seventh studio album, it was released in the year 2000 following the band's reformation. Prior to this, the Dogs had not released an album in seven years; it saw Tyla, Bam and Jo Dog reuniting. Also brought in on bass was Bam's wife, Share Pedersen.

The album featured a cover of a cover in the form of "Quick Joey Small". The Dogs D'Amour's version is a cover of the one English punk band Slaughter & The Dogs did in 1972. However, the song was originally written by Joey Levine for the Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Get By"
  2. "Spooks"
  3. "Angelina"
  4. "Singin'"
  5. "Flying V Girl"
  6. "Even Angels"
  7. "Quick Joey Small" (Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus cover)
  8. "Fool"
  9. "Roll Over"
  10. "Ever Do Right"
  11. "Little Boy You"

Band[edit]

  • Tyla - vocals, guitars
  • Bam - drums, percussion,backing vox
  • Jo "Dog" Almeida - guitars, slide, backing vocals
  • Share Pedersen - bass, keys