New York Dolls - One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This

The new studio album "One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This"(2006)
captures the spirit of a band that had disappeared long before rock n roll became about big business, and presents the essence of fun, revelatory Rock N Roll in its purest form.

Modern Music Review
Eventually,i had a chance to write this review which i was waiting to write for long time,new studio album from New york Dolls without Johnny Thunders, Arthur Kane, and Jerry Nolan.
The first album in 32 years for the legendary glam-punk band
features guest appearances from Michael Stipe, Bo Diddley and Iggy Pop.Only David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain return from the Dolls' original
lineup, however.
It's the kind of rollicking, party-rockin' fandango which, genuinely, nobody has the spirit or wit to put together these days.Observer Music Monthly
Album opening(We're all in love) and closing(Take a good look at my good looks) songs
are terrific,it's hard to listen such first class songs in these days.David Johanson and Syl Sylvain are more interested in
celebrating their survival with a little sass than rehashing the sonic
anarchy that made them.In song "Dancing on the Lip of a Volcano" Michael Stipe's back vocals are very impressive and well-matched.

if you're just looking for unending energy with 70s high tempo hard rock
tunes,"One Day It Will Please Us..." should be yours.Additionally,there are
emotional songs like Maimed happiness,Plenty of music.

This album takes its power from oldies and unites some innovation.It's never
old and it's not modernist too.It's what it should be.

With this new record The New York Dolls proves that the band hasn’t lost a step,
and they still have creative musician souls.

MM picks:Take a good look at my good
Also check out:
Johnny Thunders - Belfast Rocks (1984)


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