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July 17, 2010

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Dog Meat Records was a record label for the Australian hard rock music scene in the 1990s. It released such artists as Hoss, Powder Monkeys, Splatterheads and others.

Dog Meat was a continuation of an earlier label, Grown Up Wrong, which was releasing records, including some by local Melbourne bands in the middle 80s.

Both of these labels were entirely creatively controlled by Dave Laing, from Melbourne, Australia. Also both labels were named after songs, Grown Up Wrong after a Rolling Stones song, and Dog Meat after a Flamin' Groovies song.

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