Yes Virginia - The Dresden Dolls Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: The Dresden Dolls / Explicit Lyrics / Audio CD released 2006-04-17 at Roadrunner / ... more
Yes Virginia - The Dresden Dolls ... Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Sex Changes
3 Modern Moonlight
4 My Alcoholic Friends
6 Dirty Business
7 First Orgasm
8 Mrs O
9 Shores Of California
10 Necessary Evil
11 Mandy Goes To Med School
12 Me And The Minibar
Newest Review: ... drawing your attention to the track straight away. The pace is one of the fastest that the Dolls have ever attempted and I ... more
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Customer Yes Virginia - The Dresden Dolls Reviews (3)
by - written on 11/07/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
The Dresden Dolls self titled debut album was a real burst of adrenaline in the stagnant alternative music scene; it's combination of raunchy, raw lyrics with powerful drums and crazy piano melodies made it an unforgettable listen, and an album that I shall always consider as one of my all time favourites. 'Yes Virginia' is the Detroit Duo's second offering and an album I very much anticipated. Having not heard any of the songs either as singles or album fillers until I received this as a birthday gift, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect. Amanda Palmer and Brian Viglione's first outing as the Dolls was a complete success to me, with only a few dud songs on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/09 (Useful, 4 readings)
This is the second full length Dolls' LP, where the music style seems to shift its focus from Wiemar-era Europe to Old time vaudeville USA. Highlights are the saloon-like 'Mandy goes to Med School' and the short and sweet 'My Alcoholic Friends'. The ballads on this album (namely 'Delilah' and 'Mrs O') are very emotional and well written and in my opinion surpass their equivalents on the Dolls self-titled predecessor. Likewise, the modern and rock inspired tracks 'Shores of California' and 'Backstabber' are a great improvement and show how Amanda Palmer has developed in terms of writing fresh, contemporary melodies. The only track that didn't catch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
The Dresden Dolls are a punk cabaret duo consisting of Amanda Palmer (singer and pianist) and Brian Viglione (drums). Amanda Palmer has a very unique voice, it is low and deep. You may at times mistaken it for a male voice. Her vocals are full of emotions and this can have a very powerful effect on the listener. Amanda Palmer's piano playing is frantic and furious. I have never heard anyone strike the keys with such power and emotions as she does. Brain's drumming is essential is almost grounds Amanda's playing but also gives it definition. 'Yes Virginia' is the Dresden Dolls second album and although I loved the first album the sequel is alot more ... Read the complete review
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