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The Dollyrots “Eat My Heart Out” LP reissue and Buzzcocks tour dates

In 2004, The Dollyrots first album “Eat My Heart Out” was released as a vinyl LP on Dionysus Records and CD on Lookout / Panic Button Records.  Shortly after the album’s release, both versions  sold out.  This week, Dionysus Records in conjunction with The Dollyrots have pressed up 500 copies of “Eat My Heart Out” on blue and white opaque vinyl with a download coupon which includes the entire album plus three bonus B sides, just in time for their tour supporting The Buzzcocks. Some of the pressing will be sold on tour, some will go into distribution and a few will be sold via Dionysus Mail-Order.

The Dollyrots are inspired by the early ’60s Brill Building song-writers and the related girl-group sound of the same era, with the attitude and attack of The Ramones. Their current albums are on Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records.

Here are their upcoming tour dates! Go see ’em and pick up the new reissue  or click here to buy the album directly from Dionysus Records.


THE DOLLYROTS TOUR SUPPORTING THE BUZZCOCKS

  • May 11 Black Cat Washington, DC
  • May 12 Ottobar Baltimore, MD
  • May 13 The Fillmore NYC, NY
  • May 14 Trocadero Philadelphia, PA
  • May 15 Crazy Donkey Farmington, NY
  • May 17 Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
  • May 18 Le National Montreal, Canada
  • May 19 Opera House Toronto, Canada
  • May 21 Peabody’s Cleveland, OH
  • May 22 Detroit St Andrew’s Hall
  • May 23 Double Door Chicago, IL
  • May 24 Fine Line Music Café Minneapolis, MD
  • May 26 Pyramid Cabaret Winnipeg, Canada
  • May 28 New City Compound Edmonton, Canada
  • May 29 Republik Calgary, Canada
  • May 31 Venue Vancouver, Canada
  • June 1 Berbati’s Pan Portland, OR
  • June 2 El Corazon Seattle, WA
  • June 4 Uptown Oakland, CA
  • June 5 Cub Nokia/LA Live Los Angeles, CA
  • June 6 House Of Blue’s Anaheim, CA
  • June 7 House Of Blue’s San Diego, CA

Dionysus Records

April 29th, 2010

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