The Steel Panther bassist, Troy Smith, has decided to part ways with Island Records and is now looking for a new imprint to do his music for. He has had a steady stream of fans since forming the band in 1997 and has built a fan base that appreciates everything he does. Smith has had four full-length albums released, "The World After Dark," "The Rising of Black Light," "Fade To Fall," and "The Funeral Game." A new Island Records release, "A Boy And His Dog," will be Smith's seventh album. If you love Smith's hard rock sound, you'll love this collection of songs.
It seems as if Smith wanted to put out an album based on the graphic novel "Chronicles Ofoker," which is based on the life of Coraline Jones, a young girl who finds herself lost in the strange world of Post-Christianity. Smith has previously worked with bands Iron Butterfly, and Pearl Jam as well as many others. You can read some of the reviews of the new Island Records effort at Exclaim!. This is just a taste of Smith's music, and we'll have to see what he can do on his own.turkish dramas
The first single from "A Boy And His Dog" is called "A Boy And His Dog," and it takes place on the band's second album, "The World After Dark." The first verse contains a line, "A boy with a dog, that's a tale I tell myself..." It then goes on to detail the adventures of Smith's character, who is called Dog. Smith sings the title track, while his voice is heard on the title track. The music consists mostly of guitar throughout the song, but Smith provides some of the more unique lyrics. He also appears in the video, which is worth a look.