60ft Dolls

60ft Dolls

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Rock trio from Newport, South Wales, in the style of punk / pub garage rock / power pop with a dash of mod. Their songs and approach embodied elements of The Jam and Dr. Feelgood, classic UK stripped-down guitar rock.
The group released two albums in the mid-nineties and supported the Sex Pistols at that group's comeback gig in Finsbury Park in 1996 before splitting in the late nineties.
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60ft Dolls Discography Tracks

Albums

60ft Dolls The Big 3 (Album) Indolent Records Canada 1996 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Joya Magica (Album) Huge & Jolly UK 1998 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

TIDY 001 60FT Dolls Happy Shopper(7", Single) Townhill Records TIDY 001 UK 1994 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Pig Valentine (Single) Indolent Records UK 1995 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls White Knuckle Ride/ No.1 Pure Alcohol (Single) Rough Trade Europe 1995 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Happy Shopper (Single) Indolent Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Hair (Single) Indolent Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Stay (Single) Indolent Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Talk To Me (Single) Indolent Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Versus Pastor Ray Bevan* 60ft Dolls Versus Pastor Ray Bevan* - Stay Indolent Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
DOLE048 60ft Dolls Afterglow(7", S/Sided, Promo) Indolent Records DOLE048 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
DGCDM-22224 60FT Dolls Supernatural Joy(CD, Maxi) DGC DGCDM-22224 US 1996 Sell This Version
DOLE 071 60ft Dolls Let The Spirit Move You(12", S/Sided) Indolent Records DOLE 071 UK 1997 Sell This Version
60ft Dolls Alison's Room (Maxi, Single) Indolent Records UK 1998 Sell This Version

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jrsmusic

jrsmusic

November 26, 2017
Fine era of music that has remained undiscovered not unlike the oceans. 60 ft. Dolls were great, on par with the other noise makers of the 90's. The second I listened to "Supernatural Joy" I thought it was made for the radio. The 90's were the last true radio era that mankind will ever know. Their first LP is worthy of a thousand spins in my book.
pyenapple

pyenapple

October 20, 2017
edited 3 months ago
A fine group, full of froth and energy. A welcome antidote to the bloated carcass of 1996 Oasis.

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