Originally Posted by Hogan11
Oh yeah...you need Too Much Too Soon..it's their second release (they only did two albums proper) and a cleaner sounding record (produced by Shadow Morton of Vanilla Fudge fame). It contains some really great and some really goofy material and I'd recommend it over the first self-titled one slightly.
You don't wanna miss my fave Dolls track of all time "Who Are The Mystery Girls?" , "Chatterbox", "Babylon" , the great cover of "Don't You Start Me Talkin'" and the goofy but fun covers of "Bad Detective' and the semi-semi-hit "Stranded In The Jungle". I loved Johnny Thunders guitar playing and sound and believe me, he just burns on that record....If you dig Thunders, check out his solo release So Alone...it's a jumbled junkie mess but has great playing on it and several guest appearances that shouldn't be missed....it's best known for "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory" which was later absolutely butchered by Guns & Roses.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info, Hogan. I'll keep a look out for it. REP for you!