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No, Virginia

by The Dresden Dolls

No, Virginia by The Dresden Dolls

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No, Virginia

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Label: Roadrunner Records
A collection of leftover tracks from the Yes, Virginia sessions along with newly recorded material, this is proof of the Dresden Dolls' diverse capacity. No, Virginia includes cryptic arrangements that sound ripped from antique music boxes ("The Sheep Song") and slinky, desolate, piano pieces a la PJ Harvey and Tori Amos ("The Gardener," "The Kill"). There's also freaky and geeky cabaret pop ("Sorry Bunch"), snotty, racy punk ("Lonesome Organist...") and even a sly, seductive '80s cover ("Pretty in Pink") that would surely make Duckie blush.

About This Album

A collection of leftover tracks from the Yes, Virginia sessions along with newly recorded material, this is proof of the Dresden Dolls' diverse capacity. No, Virginia includes cryptic arrangements that sound ripped from antique music boxes ("The Sheep Song") and slinky, desolate, piano pieces a la PJ Harvey and Tori Amos ("The Gardener," "The Kill"). There's also freaky and geeky cabaret pop ("Sorry Bunch"), snotty, racy punk ("Lonesome Organist...") and even a sly, seductive '80s cover ("Pretty in Pink") that would surely make Duckie blush.

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About This Album

A collection of leftover tracks from the Yes, Virginia sessions along with newly recorded material, this is proof of the Dresden Dolls' diverse capacity. No, Virginia includes cryptic arrangements that sound ripped from antique music boxes ("The Sheep Song") and slinky, desolate, piano pieces a la PJ Harvey and Tori Amos ("The Gardener," "The Kill"). There's also freaky and geeky cabaret pop ("Sorry Bunch"), snotty, racy punk ("Lonesome Organist...") and even a sly, seductive '80s cover ("Pretty in Pink") that would surely make Duckie blush.