"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.
Dogs Are Everywhere Review
by Stephen Thomas Erlewine