New York Dolls announce new album details

Band set for return with Todd Rundgren-produced record

Todd Rundgren, who produced New York Dolls' 1973 self-titled debut album, is set to reunite with the band and produce their next. Rundgren will hit the studio with founding New York Dolls members David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain in January to record the album, which is as-yet untitled. The band will follow the release of the LP with a world tour. Pic: Marty Temme
New York Dolls have revealed details of their new studio album.

'Cause I Sez So' will be released on May 4.

As previously reported, the album was produced by Todd Rundgren, who also worked on the band's self-titled debut in 1973.

Along with 11 new songs, the record features a new version of the group's classic 'Trash'.

The tracklisting is:

'Cause I Sez So'
'Muddy Bones'
'Better Than'
'Lonely So Long'
'My World'
'Temptation To Exist'
'Making Rain'
'Nobody Got No Bizness'
'Exorcism Of Despair'

The record was recorded at Utopia Sound Studio in Kauai, Hawaii.

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