For 30 plus years there's been no other band comparable to King's X. The power of hard rock and heavy metal is filtered through Beatles-inspired pop melodies, technically proficient progressive rock chops and thoughtful lyrics. 1994's Dogman is the band's fifth studio album overall and second on the Atlantic label following their eponymous 1992 release. Produced by Brendan O'Brien (Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, The Black Crowes) who captured the band's live sound here like never before, Dogman is as heavy and aggressive as its predecessor yet harmonic and progressive in all the right places. Spiritually searching themes run rampant on standout numbers like "Black the Sky," "Don't Care" and "Complain."