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"Dogs Are Everywhere" in a non-album single released by British band Pulp in 1986. The title song is a soft ballad reminiscent of the band's first album It, but the B-sides have a darker sound closer to what would become the band's next album, Freaks. All of the songs are included on the compilation album Masters of the Universe.
- Side A
- "Dogs Are Everywhere" – 4:53
- "The Mark of the Devil" – 4:36
- Side B
- "97 Lovers" – 4:30
- "Aborigine" – 4:53
- "Goodnight" – 5:08
- Jarvis Cocker - Guitar, Vocals
- Candida Doyle - Keyboards
- Magnus Doyle - Drums
- Peter Mansell - Bass
- Russell Senior - Guitar, Violin