NEW YORK DOLLS' song "Take a Good Look at My Good Looks" is being used by AMC (American Movie Classics) in a 60-second feature they call "Every Night at 8". The monthly "Every Night at 8" promos feature clips of AMC's prime-time movies set to a song by a cutting-edge artist. The promo will air the network throughout the month of October.

"Take a Good Look at My Good Looks" is one of 13 classic rock tracks featured on NEW YORK DOLLS' new album, "One Day it Will Please Us to Remember Even This", available now on Roadrunner Records.

As previously reported, NEW YORK DOLLS will headline the next leg of Little Steven's Underground Garage tour with THE SUPERSUCKERS, THE CHESTERFIELD KINGS and more bands that have not yet been announced. Additional information is available at

NEW YORK DOLLS' latest album, "One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This", sold 7,000 copies in its first week of release in late July to debut at position No. 129 on The Billboard 200 chart. The initial pressing of NEW YORK DOLLS' first studio album in over 30 years will included a special 45-minute "making-of" DVD as well as the bonus track "17". The DVD, shot and compiled by Walker Lamond, will contain witty and insightful candid studio moments with founding members Johansen, Sylvain and the rest of the DOLLS, as well as footage of guest artists and legendary producer Jack Douglas (JOHN LENNON, AEROSMITH).


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