Doll By Doll - Remember mp3 album
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Doll by Doll were a London-based rock band formed by Jackie Leven in 1977. They came to prominence during the new wave period but were largely ignored by the music press of the time - their emotional, psychedelic-tinged music was judged out of step with other bands of the time. The original line-up was Jackie Leven – vocals and guitar, Jo Shaw – vocals and guitar, Robin Spreafico – vocals and bass, and David Macintosh – vocals and percussion.
Doll By Doll – Remember. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Remember (LP, Album, Fol). Automatic Record Co. K 56618.
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The best album by Doll By Doll is Gypsy Blood which is ranked number 11,228 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 118. Doll By Doll is ranked number 6,002 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 126. Product Details. DOLL BY DOLL REMEMBER VINYL LP IN EXCELLLENT CONDITION Condition: Used. Time left: 7h 4m 19s. Ships to: Worldwide.
Album · 1978 · 8 Songs. More By Doll By Doll. See All. Grand Passion. Doll By Doll (Bonus Track Version).
If ever there were an album that kicked off with a sound that was completely out of time for 1979 it's Doll by Doll's debut, Remember. The opening cut, ""Butcher Boy,"" rolls out a minimal, trancelike drumbeat and a guitar solo that is polished, wide open, and precise. At the dawn of post-punk, the guitar - and especially guitar solos - had become pariahs. Using anger in its guitar and vocal attack, overboard and in-the-red instrumental breaks, romantic rock & roll imagery, and the sound of post-punk's reflective direction, Leven moves away from punk's collectivism and digs deep into the murky depths of the self as an assimilation of personal biography, societal failure, and cultural dissolution. This is working-class rock packaged in a grandiose elegance that spit in the face of everything else appearing at the time - which doesn't mean that Remember is a classic, but it is a directional arrow.