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Soiled Doves

Hot Siberian Heart

(Members Of Blood Brothers)

King Of The Monsters 16

Released on September 11, 2001

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Formerly known as The Vogue (releases on Made In Mexico), this Seattle outfit play stylish, damaged art-punk that the kids go crazy for. No keyboards, but enough sass to kill an elephant. Features members of the Blood Brothers.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Ryan from Oelwein, IA 
Jun 21 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I heard the sample for the full length, and liked it, but decided to get this cheaper 7" instead. It's pretty cool, but it just doesn't sound that good to me.

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Dave from Guelph, ON Canada 
Nov 14 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pretty good 7". The songs are good, but after getting the new album I realized these songs are the mediocre ones from the full length. Think the Blood Brothers mixed with a jazzier/folkier band like Dance Disaster Movement or even Jets to Brazil. But man, that cover is crazy.

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Gwen from Loveland, CO 
Apr 29 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Johnny Whitney can make anything sound good. I only wish that I could hear more of this, but with the Blood Brothers releasing an afuckingmazing record (Burn Piano Island, Burn) on a major label, I'm sure Johnny will have way to much on his hands to get back together with the Soiled Doves. The best of luck to the boys in the Blood Brothers. They deserve any and all the success that comes their way.

Oh yeah, since I really didn't mention anything about this 7", go buy it now- you won't be sorry.

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Daniel from Newington, CT 
Apr 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this sounds like slow blood brothers songs(i wonder why?)i like it alot. anyways, alot of people say johnny's voice is fuckin irritaing but i still wouldnt mind having my tongue down his throat word up.

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Jimme from APO, AP 
Oct 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

smooth. i bought this because i heard that a member of THE BLOOD BROTHERS was involved. it turns out it's johnny, and he's singing...more. which is a good thing. a very good thing. the two songs on this record are thrashin'. no "g". thrashin' . so if you're a fan of the above stated (i.e. the blood brothers, and awesome music) then i definatly recomend this nifty record.

plus the cover art is great. actually, now that i say it...the cover art is creepy.

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