Dogs Are Everywhere


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Dogs Are Everywhere Review

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

"Dogs Are Everywhere" is a bizarre track, with a odd lyrics, dark instrumentation and vague dance rhythms. It's also one of Pulp's most successful experimentations of the era, creating a genuinely creepy atmosphere. The other B-sides -- "Mark of the Devil," "97 Lovers," "Aborigine," "Goodnight" -- range from intriguing to embarrassing, and all of them are collected on Masters of the Universe. "Dogs Are Everywhere" was named Pulp's first Single of the Week in Melody Maker.