Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip Trailer

Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip Trailer (2002)

09 April 2002 95 mins

Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip movie was released Apr 09, 2002 by the Music Video Distributors studio. Coupling two presentations, "We're Mad" and "Idle Gossip", and featuring all of the sharp wit and massive energy that only the Dolls can generate. "Were Mad" captures the band at their best Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip video. Not so much a set of songs as a series of short stories Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip film. Packed full of witty lyrics and machine gun guitar licks Toy Dolls - We're Mad/Idle Gossip review. "Idle Gossip" packs in more craziness from the Toy Dolls, this time sporting pink hair and a dazzling array of new suits. Fast and furious songs filled with colourful characters and amusing anecdotes performed in a multitude of different locations. Many of the Dolls hits are contained here; "We're Mad", "Deirdre's A Slag", "She Goes To Fino's" and of course, "Nellie The Elephant."

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United States 09 April 2002

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