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January 17, 2007 The Boston-based Dresden Dolls are on the verge of making it. They have a record label deal, draw ever-larger crowds and open for big-name bands. Still, just making enough money to survive remains a struggle.
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August 3, 2006 Best described as theatrical rock or punk cabaret, the music of the colorful Boston duo Dresden Dolls addresses identity crises, love and topics far more provocative. Since its debut, the band has toured with Nine Inch Nails while attracting a worldwide audience.
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July 18, 2006 On "Mrs. O," The Dresden Dolls' Amanda Palmer sings with such melodramatic ferocity that niceties such as relation to pitch become irrelevant. She howls, she keens, and she throws her voice as hard as she can against anyone listening.
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