Saturday, March 17, 2012

The Toy Dolls: The Abum After the Last One (2012)




This week MRML celebrates Sunderland, England's The Toy Dolls, a pop-punk-oi trio that have been rocking the world since 1979 under the leadership of singer/songwriter/guitarist/producer/cartoonist/sole original member Olga, by building a list:

 Ten Terrific Toy Dolls Traits:

7.   Olga Plays Well with Others
Not only did Olga join The Dickies for a tour (I first heard of The Toy Dolls in the Toxic Shock catalog, which referred to them as "an English Dickies") but his latest version of the band is a veritable punk rock super-group with Duncan Redmonds of Snuff on drums and Tom Goober of Goober Patrol on bass.
 
8. Sheer Dedication
Rock n' roll trios' like Motorhead, D.O.A. and The Toy Dolls cannot be stopped no matter how many setbacks, changes of fashion, line-up shuffles, label switches or ticks of the clock occur.


The new album sounds terrific - let us know what you think of this brand new record!




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4 comments:

  1. The "Amazing Mr. Duncan" on drums *and* occasional fiddle, too!

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  2. And lead vocals on one track!

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  3. Listened to it once only, but so far my reaction is "ehhhh...not bad". It is nowhere near as dull as, say, Fat Bob's Feet, but it's not up to level with their best (Anniversary Anthems, A Far Out Disc).

    A couple of great do songs stand out, though, with my favourite being Molly Was Immoral, Gordon Brown Gets Me Down, dirty Doreen, and especially B.E.E.R. All in all, kind of on a par with Our Last Album, except nothing on here is as good as Chenky Is A Puff.

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  4. Hey FBF has "Back in '79" which is a great track. I would say this is comparable to Ou Last Album but a little stronger overall.

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