The Sex Poodles first album 'Never Lick The Bollocks' caused outrage when it was first released in 1977, ushering in the Punk Dog era. Led by Sid Vicious-Dog and Johnny Rottweiler, The Sex Poodles hit singles, 'Dog saves the Queen, 'Doggy Vacant' and 'Catteries for the UK' were instant classics. Vicious-Dog died in 1979 after overdosing on training treats.
Spaniel Ballet caused a sensation with their appearances on Top of Pups in the 80's. The songs 'To Cut a long Walkie short' and Chant no 1 (I don't need this muzzle on) set Spaniel Ballet on the road to doggy stardom before the multi platinum smash hit 'Poo' cemented their place in the Dog Stars hall of fame. You can buy these Dog Star cards from my Etsy shop, and from mid November, they will be in Paperchase!!
Elvis Pedigree wasn't the first dog to sing rhythm and blues but his hits 'Blue Suede Paws', 'Dogs Home Rock', 'That's all right Doggie' and 'Barking In the Chapel' made him the most influential. Managed by Colonel Tom Barker, Pedigree became an international dog superstar. His worldwide live TV concert, 'Howling from Hawaii' was watched by over 1 billion dogs and even some cats.
Daft Pug are a French house trained music duo consisting of two mysterious pugs. Masters of disguise they rarely appear in public as themselves, leading some to critics to claim that they are actually a pair of Alsatians from Basildon. Influenced by Crusftwerk, their first album, 'Dogscovery' featured the top kennel club tunes 'Get Puppies' and 'One Paw Time'.