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To celebrate their first decade of existence, Sunderland's ironic punk trio, Toy Dolls, issued retrospective Ten Years Of Toys, but rather than using the standard-issue "Greatest Hits" formula, the group chose to re-cut nuggets from their career so far, using the then-current line-up of frontman Olga, bassist Dean Robson and drummer Martin Yule. Thus, tracks like "Dougy Giro," "Fiery Jack" and "Glenda And The Test Tube Baby" are given new leases of life with a brighter, fuller sound and the inclusion of hard-to-find tracks such as "I've Got Asthma" and "Tommy Kowey's Car" add to the appeal. Includes poster.
To celebrate their first decade of existence, Sunderland's ironic punk trio, Toy Dolls, issued retrospective Ten Years Of Toys, but rather than using the standard-issue "Greatest Hits" formula, the group chose to re-cut nuggets from their career so far, using the then-current line-up of frontman Olga, bassist Dean Robson and drummer Martin Yule. Thus, tracks like "Dougy Giro," "Fiery Jack" and "Glenda And The Test Tube Baby" are given new leases of life with a brighter, fuller sound and the inclusion of hard-to-find tracks such as "I've Got Asthma" and "Tommy Kowey's Car" add to the appeal. Includes poster.
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Ten Years Of Toys [Limited Edition]
Artist: Toy Dolls
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Florence Is Deaf (But There's No Need To Shout)
2. Glenda And The Test Tube Baby
3. Idle Gossip
4. Carol Dodds Is Pregnant
5. Tommy Kowey's Car
6. Peter Practice's Practice Place
7. Deidree's A Slag
8. Blue Suede Shoes
9. Dig That Groove Baby
10. Lambrusco Kid
11. Dougy Giro
12. Bless You My Son
13. My Girlfriend's Dad Is A Vicar
14. She Goes To Finos
15. Harry Cross (A Tribute To Edna)
16. Firey Jack

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To celebrate their first decade of existence, Sunderland's ironic punk trio, Toy Dolls, issued retrospective Ten Years Of Toys, but rather than using the standard-issue "Greatest Hits" formula, the group chose to re-cut nuggets from their career so far, using the then-current line-up of frontman Olga, bassist Dean Robson and drummer Martin Yule. Thus, tracks like "Dougy Giro," "Fiery Jack" and "Glenda And The Test Tube Baby" are given new leases of life with a brighter, fuller sound and the inclusion of hard-to-find tracks such as "I've Got Asthma" and "Tommy Kowey's Car" add to the appeal. Includes poster.
        
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