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The Dogs Of War
Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
Did Not Chart
Year Released
1988
Album
A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
Writer(s)
David Gilmour & Anthony Moore
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
Opening with De La Cart killing
Previous Song
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"The Dogs of War" is a song performed by Pink Floyd, recorded on the album A Momentary Lapse Of Reason in 1988. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Borrasca".

NotesEdit

  • The album is the first without longtime bassist & songwriter Roger Waters since he left Pink Floyd in 1985. The song (and its' lyrics about the US' covert aid to Afghanistan during the Soviet Union occupation) was voted the worst of any Pink Floyd song by a fanzine in the late 1980s, citing Gilmour's attempt to mimic Waters' anti-war writings.

PerformersEdit

  • David Gilmour - lead vocals and guitar
  • Tony Levin - bass
  • Scott Page - sax
  • Tom Scott - sax
  • Carmine Appice - drums
  • Jon Carin - keyboards
  • Colin McPhee - synthesizers
  • Bill Payne - organ
  • Darlene Koldenhaven, Carmen Twillie, Phyllis St. James & Donnie Gerrard - backing vocals

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