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  1. Aug 01,  · Album track from the album LOVEGOD. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  2. Watch the video for Backwards Dog from The Soup Dragons's Lovegod for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Backwards Dog from The Soup Dragons's Lovegod for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.
  3. The Soup Dragons were a Scottish alternative rock band of the late s and early s. Named after a character in the s children's television show Clangers, the group is best known for its cover of the Rolling Stones' song "I'm Free", which was a top five hit in the United Kingdom in , and "Divine Thing", a Top 40 hit in the United States in Genres: Indie pop, alternative rock, alternative .
  4. Feb 18,  · Covering The Rolling Stones’ title music I’m Free to make it their own version off the begins to be known by public as the newer genre of UK Dance-Pop or Baggy Alternative Music from The Soup Dragons whom coming proudly, letting the world knows about Scotland Rock scene has brought them to the surface of mainstream – closer but not selling out yet/5().
  5. Lovegod is an album by the Soup Dragons, released on 12 July Four songs from the album were released as singles—"Backwards Dog", "Crotch Deep Trash", "Mother Universe" and "I'm Free." The latter, a cover of a Rolling Stones cut from their album Out of Our Heads, made the top 5 in the UK charts. First pressings did not include "I'm Free," but it was subsequently placed first on the re Genre: Alternative rock, alternative dance.
  6. May 01,  · The Soup Dragon's only commercially successful release, Lovegod was a definitive album of a short-lived but blissful movement in alternative dance that began in the late '80s and ended in the early '90s. Lead with fellow Scotsmen Primal Scream and other proto-trip-hop bands like the Happy Mondays, the Charlatans U.K., the Stone Roses, and the Farm, the scene revolved around /5(15).
  7. AllMusic Review by Jason Damas [+] The Soup Dragons ' Lovegod is packed with contradictions; the synthesizers and breakbeats don't match the psychedelic cover art, and the guitars seem out of place within the slick production. If Lovegod is where the Soup Dragons supposedly found their sound -- and it is -- they still hadn't fine-tuned it to 6/

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