After taking a break of 6 years David Surkamp presents his second solo album Dancing On The Edge Of A Teacup. 33 years after Pavlov`s Dogs legendary first album Pempered Menial, it is once again David Surkamp's unique voice that catches listeners attention. Dancing On The Edge Of A Teacup makes no attempt to tie up with the legendary 70ies Pavlov`s Dog. David Surkamp strikes refreshing new and modern pathes, which one might not have expected from "THE VOICE OF PAVLOV`S DOG". The albums high musical spectrum covers simply beautiful popsongs (Hard Again is highly recommended to radio Djs, as well as One Of These Days), psychodelic Ghost Barres and Losing My Piano, culminating to Wrong featuring the soullike lead vocals of Davids wife Sara Surkamp. This album, together with the Pavlov`s Dog live performances occuring since 2004 reunion, is the definite prove that David Surkamp and his voice are really alive. He has never died from inhaling helium before singing, like insistant rumors tell since more than 30 years.