“It’s Too Hot For Revolution” is now available as a CD and red vinyl edition EP with digital download card. A special collection of 50 hand-numbered records was released at Lawndale Art Center on March 3, 2017, as part of the SPEAKEASY program.
“It’s Too Hot for Revolution” is a personal triumph for Mydolls whose members survived cancer and experienced the loss of guitarist Kathy Johnston during the making of the album. Revolution blends classic punk protest anthems such as “Politician” with poetry such as Charles Bukowski’s “Fair Stand the Fields of France.” Also featured on the album are guest guitarist Dan Workman of SugarHill Recording Studios on “For Her” and bassist Dianna Ray’s dog, Amos, providing backing vocals on “Politician.” The album was engineered by Andy Bradley at SugarHill Recording Studios and Sound Arts Recording Studios, and features artwork by Jack Livingston.
Digital Download Card:
Vinyl and CDs are currently available in these local record stores:
San Antonio: Hogwild Records
Austin: End of an Ear
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