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Dresden Dolls, The

Amanda Palmer & Brian Viglione

Also known as Dolls, The, Dresden Dolls
Members of Dresden Dolls, The: Amanda Palmer, Brian Viglione
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.dresdendolls.com/, http://dresdendolls.bandcamp.com/, http://www.facebook.com/dresdendolls, http://www.myspace.com/dresdendolls, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dresden_Dolls

Discography of Dresden Dolls, The:

# Dwnld Release title Total tracks Type Imprint date Label
1 Coin-Operated Boy 2 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
2 The Dresden Dolls 13 Track list 2004
3 A Is For Accident 10 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
4 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
5 Selections From Yes, Virginia 2 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
6 Sing 2 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
7 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
8 A Is For Accident: Collected Live Recordings 2001-2003 11 Track list 2005 Important Records (2)
9 No, Virginia 11 Track list 2008-04-00 Roadrunner Records
10 Night Reconnaissance 3 Track list 2008 Roadrunner Records
11 No, Virginia... 11 Track list 2008-05-17 Roadrunner Records
12 No, Virginia... 11 Track list 2008-05-20 Roadrunner Records
13 The Dresden Dolls 13 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
14 The Dresden Dolls 13 Track list 2004-04-27 Roadrunner Records
15 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006-04-18 Roadrunner Records
16 Live At The Roundhouse London 22 Track list 2007-08-04 Rajon Vision
17 Paradise 19 Track list 2005-11-22 Roadrunner Records
18 Good Day 2 Track list 2003 Important Records (2)
19 Girl Anachronism - The Video 3 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
20 Live At The Roundhouse London 22 Track list 2007-08-03 Eagle Vision
21 No, Virginia... 11 Track list 2008-08-01
22 The Dresden Dolls 13 Track list 2004
23 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006-04-18 Roadrunner Records
24 Backstabber 2 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
25 Coin-Operated Boy 2 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
26 Yes, Virginia... 15 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
27 No, Virginia... 11 Track list 2008 Roadrunner Records
28 Paradise 19 Track list 2005-11-22 Roadrunner Records
29 Yes, Virginia 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
30 Girl Anachronism 4 Track list 2004 Roadrunner Records
31 A Is For Accident 9 Track list 2011 8ft. Records
32 Sing 2 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
33 Daytrotter Session 7 Track list 2012-04-26 Daytrotter
34 A Is For Accident 12 Track list 2009-10-20 Not On Label (The Dresden Dolls Self-released)
35 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
36 Live At The Roundhouse London 19 Track list 2009-07-10 Eagle Vision
37 Demo 5 Track list 2001 Not On Label
38 The Rise And Times Of 3 Track list 2004 8ft. Records
39 Good Day 2 Track list 2005-10-00 8ft. Records
40 Yes, Virginia... 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records (6)
41 The Dresden Dolls 12 Track list 2014-04-19
42 No, Virginia... 11 Track list 2008-05-20 Roadrunner Records
43 The Dresden Dolls 12 Track list 2014-04-19
44 Girl Anachronism / Bad Habit 2 Track list 2005 Roadrunner Records
45 The Dresden Dolls 13 Track list 2006 Roadrunner Records
46 A Is For Accident 12 Track list 2009-10-20 Not On Label (The Dresden Dolls Self-released)
47 The Dresden Dolls 12 Track list 2003 8ft. Records

The duo of The Dresden Dolls make music based around arrangements of drums (by Brian), piano and vocals (by Amanda), which they call their style of music "Brechtian Punk Cabaret". They started in mid-2000 in Boston, Massachusetts, releasing a compilation of live tracks, then their self-titled debut album. In spring 2005, they got set up as the opening band for Nine Inch Nails', even without Reznor attending of their live shows beforehand. As of September 2008 the band are on an indefinate hiatus while Amanda works on her solo career and Brian plays with other bands. -- - -- - -- - -- Notes on the band: Dresden Dolls are dolls made from a delecate porcelain from the German city of Dresden; then there's Dresden's history of being firebombed at the end of World War II in 1945. The "Brechtian" part of "Brechtian Punk Cabaret" comes from 20th-century German poet, playwright, and theatrical reformer, Bertolt Brecht, who wanted audiences to think rather than become too involved with the story and characters.

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