NEW YORK DOLLS: New MTV Interview Clips Posted Online
MTV.ca has just posted a series of interview clips with the NEW YORK DOLLS.
Here's the treasure map to navigating the MTV web site and watching it:
01. Go to: www.mtv.ca
02. Go to "TV Shows"
03. Go to "Browse Shows"
04. Scroll down to find "MTV Live"
05. Click on "MTV Live: New York Dolls And Magneta Lane"
NEW YORK DOLLS' new album, "One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This", is scheduled for release on July 25 via Roadrunner Records.
The new album — featuring 13 new tracks, including the first single "Dance Like a Monkey", "Take a Good Look at My Good Looks", "Maimed Happiness", and "Runnin' Around" — was produced by Jack Douglas, who made his bones engineering the first eponymously titled NEW YORK DOLLS record, and has since produced everyone from JOHN LENNON to YOKO ONO, and a few other big ones along the way. A limited-edition version of the album will include a bonus DVD featuring band history, the making of the album and exclusive interviews.
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