See & hear the boys in the band, fully loaded, ready to party & play performing the songs that changed rock and roll forever.
Barely surviving the ravages of time, The New York Dolls managed to reconvene for a spectacular comeback show in 2004. Original members David Johansen, Arthur "Killer" Kane, and Sylvain Sylvain were aided by a few auxiliary members for this show, although in true Dolls form the performance was laced with tragedy as Kane passed away shortly afterwards. Ex-Smiths singer Morrissey invited them to play at an event he was curating in London, and the surviving members decided to bite the bullet and take to the stage. The results perfectly demonstrated how the band have been such a huge influence on a wide variety of performers, with Johansen and co. tearing up the stage with a youthful vigor that belies their real ages. Among the tracks performed were "Looking For A Kiss," "Trash," "Another Piece of my Heart," and of course "Personality Crisis."
1.Looking for a Kiss
2.Puss N' Boots
4.It's Too Late
5.Another Piece of My Heart
7.You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory / Lonely Planet Boy
9.In My Girlish Days
14.Out in the Street
20.Pre - Gig Condition - The Rehearsal
21.Backstage Interviews from the Meltdown Festival
24.A Tribute to the Late Great Arthur "Killer" Kane