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Artist: New York Dolls

Title: Too Much Too Soon

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1974

Label: Polygram Records

Catalog Number: 834 230-2

Personnel

Johnny Thunders guitar, vocals
Sylvain Sylvain guitar, piano, vocals
David Jo Hansen vocals, harmonica, gong
Arthur Harold Kane bass
Jerry Nolan drums

Tracks

1.  Babylon  
2.  Stranded in the Jungle  
3.  Who Are the Mystery Girls?  
4.  (There's Gonna Be a) Showdown  
5.  It's Too Late  
6.  Puss 'N' Boots  
7.  Chatterbox  
8.  Bad Detective  
9.  Don't Start Me Talkin'  
10.  Human Being  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: January 10, 2005 at 12:13
Absolutely awful production on this record, but for the most part continues in the same direction as the first album. A bit more experimenting, which sadly makes the whole product feeling a little less complete, but tracks like 'Human Being' are pure sleaze anthems over 30 years later. Opener 'Babylon' is a fun rocker, though I personally feel it was bettered by Shotgun Messiah's cover (especially their rewritten solo and chunkier riffing)... but still a quality lesson in history. 7/10

From: ALEXX GLAM Date: January 21, 2005 at 19:38
YES THEY TRIED NEW SOUNDS,I NEVER LIKE "BAD DETECTIVE" AND "DONT START ME TALKIN" BUT THE REST ITS SO FUN

From: Tony Date: January 21, 2005 at 20:34
I actually discovered this disc first before checking out their debut. I love this disc but it will always wrongly be compared to their classic debut. Cool mix of punk/glam/50's girl band thing going on. Love "Puss'N'Boots" and "Bad Detective" but the rest is great too. Like a lot of my favorite discs these guys sound like they could give a flying f#@k what you thought of them. Johansen/Thunders were such a killer frontman/guitarist duo too. Worth checking out as much as the debut!

From: FRATELLO Date: April 5, 2005 at 3:43
I like this album more than their debut. Bad Detective, Babylon, Who Are the Mystery Girls? and Puss 'N' Boots are cool songs. By the way, anybody knows who's written song "Bad Detective"? Can't find credits for this song and i think the guys have just covered it.


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