Tag Archives: jerry nolan

The New York Dolls’ Classic ’70 LP’s Back On Limited-Edition Colored Vinyl

Fans of the classic NYC based band The New York Dolls are going to have a bit of a personality crisis at the news with these two classic albums being reissues on special LP’s. Dig into the full press copy below as it lines out what you are needing to know.

The Press Release:
It’s been more than four decades since the New York Dolls first outraged mainstream critics and struck terror into the hearts of public guardians of taste and morality. In that time, the once-controversial quintet has been recognized as a seminal musical force and a key influence on the punk movement that came into being shortly after the Dolls’ breakup. Now, UMe celebrates the New York Dolls’ legacy with new limited-edition colored-vinyl editions of the band’s two classic ’70s LPs, New York Dolls and Too Much Too Soon, out on May 5, 2017.

The new vinyl releases, available in strictly limited editions of 500 each and exclusively available through uDiscover, are as flamboyant visually as the albums’ musical contents. The self-titled disc boasts a unique opaque pink and black color scheme, while Too Much Too Soon has an equally audacious combination of opaque pink and clear. Both albums, which also feature their complete original cover art, are also available from UMe in standard black vinyl editions and can be purchased here.

Continue reading The New York Dolls’ Classic ’70 LP’s Back On Limited-Edition Colored Vinyl