A mysterious three-piece from Birmingham, Three-Headed Dog played underground hard-rock, clearly influenced by early Judas Priest and Wishbone Ash.
Before disappearing in the mist of time, they left behind an ultra rare demo tape - recorded in 1973 - which included a couple of cover versions from Wild Turkey and Edgar Broughton Band along with self-penned material.
This demo was handled to Norman Hood, manager of other Brum bands such as Necromandus and Flying Hat Band, who was involved in promoting Three-Headed Dog at the time.
· First time on vinyl.
· New liner notes by Pete Sarfas of Audio Archives.
A1 Slick Solution 4:09
A2 Butterfly 5:18
A3 Cerberus 9:16
B1 25 To 6 To 4 12:08
B2 Gone Blue 4:20
B3 Just Gotta Play 4:36