Doggy Style Flip by Side Number 4

Doggy Style Flip~’It’s for your bored/ excited non-skating/ friend/gf/ bf/ mom/ dad/ dog you’ve … A style of pushing where the back foot is kept on the board and pushing is done with the front foot


Doggy Style started with original singer Brad Xavier, Ed “Shaggy” Caudill, Ray Jimenez, and Lou Gaez.

{From Original Los Angeles Flipside Fanzine CATALOG 1980s}.

This is the Doggy Boyz with their debut LP titles “Side by Side.” It is a classic in its own way. With it you will learn about the sexual revolution with songs like “Be Strong” and “Side by Side,” “Still Hope,” “Nympho,” “Straight,” “Bite the Bone,” “Donut Shop Rock,” “Enough,” “Ladies from Neptune,” “Rookie Cop,” “Danial,” and “Skate Party.” As you can tell there is a variety of subject matter here, not all “Sexual,” but a lot of “edge” lyrics and some good old fashion jamming punk funk bubble gumian hardcore punk rock fun. How are you going to do it? Do it doggy style, do it doggy style… also available on cassette wherever better records are sold!



“One of my favorite memories is when three Flipside bands, Detox, Anti-Scrunti Faction (ASF), and Doggy Style came by the house one summer day. I wish I had taken pictures that day. It was crazy and trying to keep up with three bands and all their demanding personalities was extremely extreme. Detox had roots deep in the punk scene.

Steve Human was once bass player for the Vandals. ASF was a gay girl band, with a male drummer, from Colorado. Doggy Style came from the infamous Fullerton suburbia where old friends Social Distortion came from. Having Doggy Style and ASF in the same room was like oil in water. I think Doggy Style freaked when they caught ASF carpet munching in an alley near a local show.

Overall, Doggy Style was a very obnoxious band to deal with. They were a bunch of fun idiots and talented suburban adolescents who liked to do it doggy style.

Al and Gus put out Doggy Style’s record and liked to hang out with them. I put up with them. Joy did the artwork for their promotional ‘green vinyl record.’ Now that was cool.”

~ Excerpt From My Punkalullaby, The Seminary of Praying Mantis by Hudley Flipside




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