The Sheepdogs (album)

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The Sheepdogs
The Sheepdogs album.jpg
Studio album by The Sheepdogs
Released September 4, 2012
Recorded January - March 2012
Genre Southern rock, boogie rock, rock, blues rock
Length 44:13
Label Atlantic Records
Producer Patrick Carney, Austin Scaggs[1]
The Sheepdogs chronology
Five Easy Pieces
(2011)Five Easy Pieces2011
The Sheepdogs
Future Nostalgia
(2015)Future Nostalgia2015
Singles from The Sheepdogs
  1. "The Way It Is"
    Released: 2012
  2. "Feeling Good"
    Released: 2012
  3. "How Late, How Long"
    Released: 2013

The Sheepdogs is the self-titled fourth studio album and major label debut by Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs. The album was released on September 4, 2012.[1] The album debuted at #1 in Canada.[2] The album was certified Gold in Canada on March 6, 2013.[3] The album was nominated for Rock Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards.[4]


The album was produced by Patrick Carney, the drummer for the blues rock band The Black Keys, and Rolling Stone editor Austin Scaggs.[1]

The album was mixed by Tchad Blake.

In popular culture[edit]

The song "Feeling Good" is featured on NASCAR The Game: Inside Line and NHL 17. The National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs also used this as their goal song during the 2015-16 season.

Track listing[edit]

All song written by Ewan Currie.

No. Title Length
1. "Laid Back" 3:30
2. "Feeling Good" 3:10
3. "Alright OK" 4:15
4. "Never Gonna Get My Love" 3:16
5. "Ewan's Blues" 2:44
6. "The Way It Is" 2:33
7. "Javelina!" 2:38
8. "I Need Help" 2:34
9. "Is Your Dream Worth Dying For?" 2:57
10. "How Late, How Long" 3:09
11. "Sharp Sounds" 2:54
12. "In My Mind" 4:07
13. "While We're Young" 2:45
14. "It Ain't Easy to Go" 3:41


  1. ^ a b c Neu, Adam J. (2012-07-14). "The Sheepdogs Announce the Release of Their Label Debut Album – Sept. 4 | Concert Blogger™". Retrieved 2012-08-25. 
  2. ^ Darrell (2012-09-12). "The Sheepdogs Debut at No.1 in Canada – Sept. 12; The Scene". Retrieved 2012-09-14. 
  3. ^ "Gold Platinum Database: The Sheepdogs". Music Canada. Retrieved March 8, 2013. 
  4. ^ "2013 JUNO Award Winners". Retrieved April 22, 2013.