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It's Too Hot for Revolution

by Mydolls

The bands compilation of newly recorded and vintage works, remixed and mastered this collection also includes a recently penned song, "Don't Fucking Die." Post-punk Texas style.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Too Hot for Revolution
2:53 album only
2. Politician
2:38 album only
3. Walls of Tunisia
3:04 album only
4. Fair Stands the Fields of France
3:00 album only
5. I Used to Not Read
2:35 album only
6. For Her
2:37 album only
7. Don't Fucking Die
3:18 album only
8. Echo
2:39 album only


Album Notes
The legendary Mydolls, born in 1978, announce their first new release since 1988, the eight-song EP, It’s Too Hot For Revolution.
While conventional historians may contend Texas punk rock was born in Dallas, the truth is that the scene has always been about Houston, led by Mydolls and a host of others, who blazed a trail that started under the I-59 overpass off Main Street in a sweaty little shed of a club called the Island. It was there that Mydolls shared a stage with everyone from Butthole Surfers to the Cramps while banging out sweet bits of songs salted with new wave and arty punk.

Mydolls have played shows regionally, in 2015 touring the west coast ending with a show at Leo’s in Oakland with the Avengers.

Mydolls kick 2016 off with a vinyl release show in Houston at Walter’s downtown March 2016 celebrating their new 12 inch vinyl record: It’s Too Hot for Revolution. Mixed at Sugar Hill Studios by long time collaborator and Grammy winning recording engineer Andy Bradley. In addition, Mydolls will be featured at Denton 35, the upcoming Spring Festival.

Mydolls determined message remains the same: Be who you are, have your voice and loudly~GO MAKE YOUR OWN BAND

Inducted into the Houston Music Hall of Fame in 2013, Mydolls perform and record with the same original four members:
Trish Herrera: Guitar and vocals
Dianna Ray: Bass
George Reyes: Drums
Linda Younger: Guitar and Vocals.

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