Hounds were a midwestern quartet comprised of three Johns and a Jim. One of those Johns, John Hunter, acted as the guiding force and primary writer for the band throughout its lifespan. That lifespan ran almost a decade, and despite their longevity, global success was not in the cards. In retrospect, Hounds have become cult heroes to those who remember when rock and roll was still the voice of a rebellious generation. Their 2nd album, "Puttin' on the Dogs", is a quirky mixture of hard rock, new wave, progressive rock and AOR. With predominant keyboards and majestic arrangements, Hounds were at the forefront of the AOR movement which swept american radio at the close of the 70's. It is therefore unjust to exclude them from the history books, despite their low profile. Though the band's recorded output has never seen digital reissue, their music is still reaching new audiences through traders circles and collectors. Add yourself to the growing number of people who are just now appreciating this unique band for its contributions to modern music.
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