The Dresden Dolls (album)

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The Dresden Dolls
Studio album by The Dresden Dolls
Released September 26, 2003 (8 Ft. Records release)
April 27, 2004 (Roadrunner U.S. release)
July 13, 2005 (Roadrunner Japanese release)
Recorded Summer/Fall 2002
Genre Dark cabaret, alternative rock, piano rock
Length 56:53
Label 8ft., Roadrunner
Producer Martin Bisi
The Dresden Dolls chronology
A Is for Accident
(2003)
The Dresden Dolls
(2003)
Yes, Virginia...
(2006)
Singles from The Dresden Dolls
  1. "Girl Anachronism"
    Released: October, 2003
  2. "Good Day"
    Released: December, 2003
  3. "Coin-Operated Boy"
    Released: December 13, 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (8.2/10)[2]

The Dresden Dolls is the eponymous debut studio album by American Brechtian Punk Cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls. It was recorded by Brooklyn producer Martin Bisi and released on 26 September 2003 on 8ft. Records, the band's personal label. Upon signing with Roadrunner Records, the album was re-released on April 27, 2004. The enhanced CD included a video for "Girl Anachronism". The album artwork was also modified to mask which record sleeves had been used in the album artwork.[3]

The Dresden Dolls Companion[edit]

In The Dresden Dolls Companion, Amanda Palmer has published a history of this album and of the duo, as well as a partial autobiography. The book also contains the lyrics, sheet music, and notes on each song in the album, as well as a DVD with a 20-minute interview with Amanda. In the interview, Amanda discusses the making of the album and the artwork while working on the artwork in her apartment.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Amanda Palmer

No. Title Length
1. "Good Day"   5:51
2. "Girl Anachronism"   2:59
3. "Missed Me"   4:53
4. "Half Jack"   5:57
5. "672"   1:24
6. "Coin-Operated Boy"   4:46
7. "Gravity"   4:19
8. "Bad Habit"   3:01
9. "The Perfect Fit"   5:45
10. "The Jeep Song"   4:50
11. "Slide"   4:30
12. "Truce"   8:34

Personnel[edit]

The Dresden Dolls
Additional personnel

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Alex Henderson. "The Dresden Dolls - The Dresden Dolls". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Chris Dahlen (14 February 2011). "The Dresden Dolls: Dresden Dolls". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 10 September 2011. 
  3. ^ a b The Dresden Dolls Companion, by Amanda Palmer, eight foot music publishing, June 2006, ISBN 1-57560-888-X ISBN 978-1575608884

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