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New York Dolls and Todd Rundgren Collaborate Again
The Quietus , November 14th, 2008 14:12

The New York Dolls and legendary record producer Todd Rundgren have been reunited for the first time in 36 years. The musical maverick will produce the glam rockin' proto-punks' new album at his studio on the island of Kauai early next year.

This is the first time both parties have worked together since the eponymous debut album The New York Dolls which included the classic songs 'Personality Crisis', 'Trash' and 'Jet Boy'. Rundgren will be reunited with the two original remaining Dolls, David Johansen (vocals) and Sylvain Sylvain (guitar, vocals).

"We're really excited to be working with Todd again," says David Johansen. "We're hoping to recapture the same magic on the forthcoming album."

The album, which is yet untitled, will be released on the specially relaunched Atco label through Warner Brothers. The Atco label has been specially re-launched. And they will follow the release of their album later in 2009.

Rundgren is currently touring Europe with his new album Arena, and will play Norwich Waterfront (Saturday November 22) and London Kentish Town Forum (Sunday November 23).

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