SLEEPING DOGS - Beware

Crass Records 221984/11

The Sleeping Dogs were the first American band on Crass Records and the band also included Dave King who designed the Crass Symbol. In December of 1982, Sleeping Dogs recorded a four song EP that was released on Crass Records. Though Charley Arsenal wasn’t featured on the EP, Bad Boy and Dirty Dog were accompanied by Penny Rimbaud, Pete Right Sleep Tight and Helan Harmon. Pete Right was also credited for an excellent breakfast of Middle Eastern olive bread and fried wild mushrooms while they were in studio, Comes in a foldout sleeve

Recorded At – Southern Studios

A1) Same Old Story
A2) Concrete
B1) Suzy’s Song
B2) (I Got My Tan In) El Salvador
B3) Soldier

Drums: Dirty Dog and Puny Rumble
Bass: Bad Boy and Sleep Tight
Guitar: Helan Harmon
Engineer – Simaen 'Scalpel' Skolfield*
Producer – Arfer 'Bonzo' Rimbaud
Vocals: D.D.&B.B.