The third full-length album by cult American Glam/Punk/Hard Rock band.
After disbanding over 30 years ago, Glam Punk legends are back with a new album! This is the first release of original material since their 1974 album "Too Much Too Soon"!!
New York Dolls were, briefly, a snotty, slutty, sloppy but super-charged Rock'n'Roll band circa 1972-74, a marginal but necessary antidote to the ego-driven, 'adult' musicianship of the day. After two chaotic albums, both of which flopped, Malcolm McLaren led them into a disastrous flirtation with Communist chic. McLaren quickly jumped ship to the Sex Pistols, leaving the Dolls to split up in heroin-addled disarray. Drummer Jerry Nolan and their subcultural icon of a lead guitarist, Johnny Thunders, eventually snuffed it on overdoses...
After the Dolls made an unexpected and surprisingly convincing return to the concert stage in 2004, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, and their newly appointed partners started writing new material and took the risky step of taking the new band into the studio a mere 32 years after "Too Much Too Soon".
"One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This" feels just great in the here and now!
Roadrunner Records/Cargo Records, 2006 (RRCAR 8105-1). Made in Germany. First press. 180g black vinyl.
1. We're All In Love
2. Runnin' Around
3. Plenty Of Music
4. Dance Like A Monkey
5. Punishing World
6. Maimed Happiness
7. Fishnets & Cigarettes
8. Gotta Get Away From Tommy
1. Dancing On The Lip Of A Volcano
2. I Ain't Got Nothin'
3. Rainbow Store
4. Gimme Luv & Turn On The Light
5. Take A Good Look At My Good Looks