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:
While they won't be getting their own show on TV like The Aquabats, their sugar-rush tempos, bratty-kid vocals and the goofy word-play in their lyrics (plus their predilection for performing kids songs like, "Nellie the Elephant"and "Rupert the Bear") make The Toy Dolls an easy sell to the ankle-biter set.
So, here's the single of another tot-friendly track, "Turtle Crazy", which is not a cover tune but an original about Olga's brother's obsession with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which ably demonstrates The Toy Dolls' appeal to, as they themselves put it, "Babies and grand-dads and great-babies and great grand-dads!"
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Oi, Toy Dolls fans!
Thanks for the words, yesterday!!
If you want the list (and the rarities) to continue tell us your own favourite things about the band in the COMMENTS section (which is where you'll find the Turtle Crazy 7" link).