Thursday, April 12, 2012

Doug and the Slugs: Real Enough (1982)

For an even briefer moment then their fellow eighties CanCon radio stars, The Payola$ (see HERE), Doug and the Slugs were a part of the Vancouver punk scene documented in Bloodied but Unbowed (see HERE). The band's leap into the mainstream worked out just fine as the band's singles, like the doo-wop-ish "Real Enough" made the radio way more fun.

These new D & S rips and scans were generously provided by ace archivist BristolBoy from My Life's A Jigsaw, who deserves a flurry of thanks!

Before the MoFo's at MF locked my files, MRML had posted EVERY (out-of-print) Doug & The Slugs albums and you can see them  here!

Hey Sluggers, let us know what you think of this slick little number in the COMMENTS section (which is where you'll find the single link)

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  2. Hey Jeffen

    First ... thanks for the D&S vinyl rips.

    Note T.J. Pounder sign at the start of the video.It was(still is?) located in Chinatown.


  3. I have to check that next time I'm in Gastown!


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