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  • Metalion_SOS

    That opening riff!

    26. Feb., 0:53 Antworten
  • johnror

    Never knew Blackie Lawless played for them. Learn something new every day.

    7. Okt. 2012 Antworten
  • elzashan

    I love their music and LOVE the way they dress.

    11. Apr. 2012 Antworten
  • Pdna2

    The only version really worth hearing-- and it is incredibly good--is from Too Much Too Soon,1974, which as the title suggests, probably should've been their swan song. Great album and band --Johanson, Thunders, Kane, Sylvain and Nolan. Unfortunately, last.fm doesn't even show that album on this page.

    12. Mai. 2011 Antworten
  • jacknbob

    i love their music, but hate the way they dress

    18. Mär. 2011 Antworten
  • nocturana

    Gold

    17. Nov. 2010 Antworten
  • johnnyvolume

    Best song of all time?

    12. Jun. 2010 Antworten
  • whiteboy73

    fully agree with the below statement

    8. Apr. 2010 Antworten
  • ctd55

    A magnificent capstone to their recording career. For once, the Dolls drop their kinda-ironic (do they know it's ironic? I'm not sure) bravado, and they churn out a manifesto for tolerance straight from the scummy, scuzzy heart of rock 'n' roll. Less cluttered than their normal arrangements, it's just the rhythm section pounding away behind two guitars--one buzzing along in the left channel, the other squealing in the right. Then there's the sax that pops in around the halfway point, giving voice to the song's painful cry for acceptance for human frailty. And Johansen's singing is largely without his usual jokey theatrics--this one's from the heart, folks. The message is simple (and simply true): we're always gonna want more than we have, more than we'll ever have, and more than we'll ever deserve; and all other people can do is accept it. And no, the Dolls won't beg for your acceptance. They deserve it, dammit--just cuz they're human beings.

    25. Nov. 2009 Antworten
  • NotSoVelvet

    Damn good song,just damn ;D

    25. Jul. 2009 Antworten
  • MRAUDIO

    amen

    7. Apr. 2009 Antworten
  • lerin22

    pre-punk at its best

    28. Feb. 2009 Antworten
  • THEREALGROTTO

    Rest in peace god damn Johnny muther fuckin' Thunderzzzz!!!!

    7. Okt. 2008 Antworten
  • MaY31

    por la culpa de un par de finales no pude ir a verlos :( que bronca.

    28. Apr. 2008 Antworten
  • rubick3

    A classic from the Dolls.

    23. Apr. 2008 Antworten

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