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Dug Dugs - Dug Dugs (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dug Dug's discography and songs: Music profile for Dug Dug's, formed Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock, Psychedelic Pop. Albums include Smog, Love, Peace & Poetry: Latin American Psychedelic Music, and Love, Peace & Poetry: Mexican Psychedelic Music.
  2. Jul 07,  · dug dug,s 1 - no te asustes es solo vivir,,,,2 -timido,,,,3 -brillo de sol,,,,4-te quiero,,,,5-felicidad,,,,6-ya te deje,,,,7 -no,si,yo,tu,ya,,,, 8 -cambia c.
  3. Dug Dug's: Type: Album: Released: RYM Rating: / from 61 ratings Ranked # for Genres Hard Rock Psychedelic Rock. Descriptors Vinyl LP RCA Camden / CAMS El Loco. CD BMG / PECD Add issue. 2 Reviews Ananta Jan 12 The prog elements here are more prominent than in the other albums and there's also.
  4. With little choice except to return to Mexico, the group began work on its first LP for RCA Mexico, but long-simmering creative differences between Nava and de la Torre forced the latter's resignation after the album was completed, and by the time the resulting psychedelic opus Lost in My World appeared in , Los Dug Dug's were essentially.
  5. Mexican garage rock legends Los Dug Dug's were led by singer/multi-instrumentalist Armando Nava, born in Durango, Durango in At 15 he acquired his first guitar, and at 17 he joined his first band, Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  6. Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Album. Country: US. Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(16).
  7. Los Dug Dug's is a rock group from Durango, Mexico, best known for their work in the s and early wildepofunlauporterpterthehydmendtof.coinfo was one of the first Mexican bands to adapt The Beatles' influence and are noted as one of the first Mexican Rock bands to write their own songs, as well as cover songs by British and American acts in English, thus breaking what had up to then been an unwritten rule in .
  8. Los Dug Dugs immediately began work on their first LP for RCA Mexico, little knowing at the time that it would become a classic of psychedelia. Long-simmering creative differences between band leaders Nava and Jorge de la Torre forced the latter’s resignation after the album was completed; by the time the resulting psychedelic opus appeared in , the first incarnation of Los Dug Dug.
  9. out of 5 stars Dug Dugs - self-titled - aka subtitle 'Lost In My World' (Lions Productions) Reviewed in the United States on January 1, First saw the light of day in - as this was the Spanish psych band's first out of three lp's. Myself, I think that I got more out of this album's follow-up 'Smog' (see my review).4/5(5).

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