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Friday, January 25, 2013

New York Dolls - Personality Crisis EP

What do I need to say about this. You know the band...you know the songs. This is an import four-song 12“ ep on the Kamera label out of France. These versions (different from the New York Dolls self-titled first album recorded at Record Plant, NYC) were recorded October 1972 at Escape Studious, Smarden, Kent, U.K.

Year of Release: 1982
Label: Kamera Records ERA 013-12
Genre: Glam

Side One -
Personality Crisis
Looking For A Kiss
Side Two -
Subway Train
Bad Girl

Download: New York Dolls - Personality Crisis 12“ ep
Download Size: 35.8MB (ripped from vinyl at 320Kbps)


Longy said...

Great stuff! Thanks for posting this gem.

Unknown said...

I saw The Dolls on consecutive nights in 1974, one of the highlights of my life. Thanks for this!


Thanks for the comments.

Longy, I think I found your blog Punk Friction over at Gary's ASFM quite some time ago (Happy one year, by the way...sorry its a bit late). 'this gem' coming from you is praise indeed.

was living in NYC for a few years mid-70s & saw the Dolls numerous times...definitely a highlight for myself as well.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Thank you!