Demolition Doll Rods – Tasty (CD, JAPAN)

3 March 1997 Toy’s Factory TFCK-87108
01. Motor City Dragway
02. If You Cant Hang…
03. Wild Child

04. Doo Walka-Walka
05. Maverick Girl
06. Come Out Of The Rain
07. Queen Bee Drag Racin
08. Psycho Kitty
09. Raw
10. Lil’ Darlin’

11. This Little Monkey
12. Spoonful
13. Spoiled Kitty
14. Walkin’ The Dog
VIEW:
NOTES:
Japanese CD issue of Tasty with six tracks produced by Jon Spencer and six by Mick Collins. This version adds the bonus tracks Spoiled Kitty and Walkin’ The Dog.

“Going out to New York was amazing, working with Jon Spencer and Jerry Teal at Funhouse. Mick Collins produced half that first record, too. We were really fortunate at that time of our lives. Larry Hardy at In the Red really believed in us. I think he worked as a grocery bagger to pay for that album.” Margaret Doll Rod (bynwr.com)

Released in regular CD case with Obi-Strip and insert which includes info and lyrics in both English and Japanese. In The Red Records issued this album in the US on vinyl w/gatefold sleeve, CD and promo CD in stamped card sleeve.

In a post on Third Man Records Ben Blackwell states that Demolition Doll Rods recorded approximately 5 different takes of the song I Wanna O.D. but none have ever been released.

Boss Hog have covered I Wanna O.D. in their live sets.

Jon Spencer interviewed the Demolition Doll Rods for German TV show “Wah Wah” in 1997.

SONG CREDITS:
Reigning Rooster of the Detroit Reel: Steve King
Sweet Sugar Daddy, Godfather of 54 Sound: Joel Martin
Playin For Reel at the Funhouse: Jerry Teel/William Weber
Masterfully Mastered by the Master at Tower Mastering: Ron McMaster

01. Motor City Dragway
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

02. If You Cant Hang…
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

03. Wild Child
Writers: Scott Bray
Published: Mutt Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

04. Doo Walka-Walka
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

05. Maverick Girl
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

06. Come Out Of The Rain
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

07. Queen Bee Drag Racin
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

08. Psycho Kitty
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

09. Raw
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

10. Lil’ Darlin’
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

11. This Little Monkey
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI
Produced: Mick Collins

12. Spoonful
Writers: Willie Dixon
Published: Arc Music, BMI
Produced: Jon Spencer

13. Spoiled Kitty
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI

14. Walkin’ The Dog
Writers: Demolition Doll Rods
Published: Dollicious Music, BMI

SLEEVE INFORMATION:
“The Film Funktion at Michigan and Junction Provided by Joe Sopkowicz
Glamour Techs: Chrissy McDuffey/Lisa Pilrich
A Roaring Design
Live Shot: S.C. Wiseman
Producers are listed under the title; “The candyman can cause he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good”.

In The Red Records
2627 E. Strong Pl.
Anaheim
Calif. 92806″

REAR: “Stereo
Manufactured by Toys Factory, Toyko, Japan. 1997.
Licensed from Land of Fur Records”

DISC: “All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved. Unauthorized public performance and broadcasting and copying of this record prohibited. Made by Toy’s Factory in Japan. Licensed from Land of Fur Records. Stereo JASRAC (87108).”

INSERT: “Lyrics transcribed by Brett Boyd
Lyrics Translated by Akiyama Sisters, Inc.”

DETAILS:
ARTWORK:
The Film Funktion at Michigan and Junction Provided by Joe Sopkowicz
Glamour Techs: Chrissy McDuffey/Lisa Pilrich
A Roaring Design
Live Shot: S.C. Wiseman

BARCODE: 4 988061 871080

MATRIX: “TFCK-87108 1MM1 C 74 IFPI L221”

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