Pavlov's Dog, the '70s
AOR / Prog-rock band, was an odd crew. The band combined guitar,
keyboards, percussion, and bass with mellotrons, flutes, and violins. Pampered Menial
was their first album, originally released on ABC Dunhill and
re-released on Columbia in 1974. At the time the band was signed, they
received a $600,000 advance from ABC which was a record advance for any
new group signed at that time. The songs "Julia" and "Theme From Subway
Sue" received the most airplay. Pampered Menial is a crossover album of
70's hard rock and progressive rock and is strongly recommended to fans
of either of those genres.
Available as a limited 45th-anniversary edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on transparent & black marbled vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Gatefold sleeve with deluxe linen laminate
- Legendary prog-rock album featuring “Julia” and “Song Dance”
- Limited 45th-anniversary edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on transparent & black marbled vinyl