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Toy Dolls

The Album After The Last One

Secret 46

Released on July 3, 2012


The Toy Dolls' new album is to be their 12th studio release and features the band's own brand of comic punk rock that has generated them a dedicated fan-base across the World. Centered around frontman Olga, he has never fallen short of providing the guitar-widdling madness that graces each record as well as his lyrical input The new album features 13 of the band's latest cuts including alliterated highlights such as 'Dirty Doreen', 'Sciatica Sucks' and 'Decca's Drinking Dilemma'

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Joel from Oxnard, CA 
Jul 22 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Olga found the hot tub time machine! The energy and creativity in this collection date back to 1989. The last 3 albums did not have so much of those. Tommy Goober (Goober Patrol) on bass & Duncan Redmonds (Snuff, Billy No Mates, Duncan's Divas) on drums did excellent jobs. "Kevin's Cotton Wool Kids" will surely bring a smile to your face. This album easily earns a spot on Toy Dolls' top 5 albums after just one listen.

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