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New York Dolls

One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This

Roadrunner

Released on July 25, 2006


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Everyone knows the famous logo: chrome lipstick, scrawling that name across an unseen mirror, but it’s more than the great brand. It’s not about the androgyny either. Skinny boys were wearing make up long before them. Little Richard. Elvis. It’s not even about the music, as the Dolls themselves were always quick to credit 50’s R&B numbers or early 60’s girl group productions as their own influences. Really, what makes the Dolls so eternal is the attitude - it got into rock’s water supply and never left. The New York Dolls are, simply, the Beatles of attitude. Thirty five years into their existence (thirty one since they disbanded down in Florida in a haze of smack withdrawal and managerial anarchy), with the long (long) awaited follow up to 1974’s awesome Too Much, Too Soon, we have official studio release #3, ONE DAY IT WILL PLEASE US TO REMEMBER EVEN THIS, where the New York Dolls’ hallmarks: perfectly mean riffs, deceptively sweet choruses and miles of that infamous attitude meet the 21st Century. “We are older,” Sylvain acknowledges. “But we share the same spirit as when we were fucking 18.” Although recorded, mostly live, with producer Jack Douglas (who was an engineer on their self-titled debut, and produced classic albums for Aerosmith, Cheap Trick and John Lennon), this is a cleaner sounding ‘Dolls. The rawness is there in the aforementioned attitude, but nobody is pretending Nixon is still in office either.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 We’re All In Love Voted #3  13%
2 Runnin’ Around  4%
3 Plenty Of Music  0%
4 Dance Like A Monkey Voted #2  17%
5 Punishing World  8%
6 Maimed Happiness  0%
7 Fishnets And Cigarettes  8%
8 Gotta Get Away From Tommy  0%
9 Dancing On The Lip Of A Volcano  4%
10 I Ain’t Got Nothing  4%
11 Rainbow Store  8%
12 Gimme Luv And Turn On The Light  8%
13 Take A Good Look At My Good Looks Voted #1  25%
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Matthew from Central, SC 
Aug 22 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The album was great. Classic style NYD. The DVD was good, could have been better. The art sucked hard. Inside it was just this lame comic strip that wasn't funny or cool, nothing positive about that. BUT, the music is great so pick it up.

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Andrew from North Vancouver, BC Canada 
Nov 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first I was skeptical about the Dolls putting out an album of new material, but this is an amazing album! They may be missing most of the original members and that might throw some people off, but there is no denying the quality songs/musicianship throughout this album.

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Chris from Sault Ste. Marie, ON Canada 
Oct 10 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The DVD isn't that good but the music is pretty good. I personally think that they really stepped it up from their earlier albums. It kinda sounds like some early Rolling Stones. The music is very fun and upbeat with some hints of blues/jazz. His voice is a bit groggier than before but I think it still comes off well.

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Kyle from Desert Hot Springs, CA 
Aug 22 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is really cool to see this band come out some 30 years later to make another kick ass cd, it doesnt really have the same energy as the early stuff, but I still really like it any one who has heard their old stuff will like this

favorit song is probably punishing world

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Aug 6 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's so great to hear David Johanssen singing new music again. Now this record certainly doesn't have classic tunes that we were spoiled with the first two Dolls LP's. However, there are some good songs on here. Also some guest appearances from Michael Stipe & Tom Gabel. If you are a Dolls fan you will love this. The DVD also has some great studio footage and a music video.





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