Sophomore album from Proto Punkers New York Dolls. Though not as critically acclaimed as their debut, Too Much Too Soon quickly gained a cult following with core and new fans. Just like their first album, the dolls did plenty of covers on here with slightly less original material than the debut. With some new studio tricks getting introduced to their recording process, the album was slightly cleaner, but that term is used sparingly. The Dolls embodied Punk Rock before it was a thing and just as the title says, they might have been a little Too Much Too Soon as they disbanded after this album. Pressed on Hot Pink vinyl.
- music label: Mercury 1974 / 2008
reviewed by General Cutshard
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