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Surely the line “X marks the box in the hole in your head” is meant to remind people of Xbox, but the song seems more about videogame-obsessed kids as a whole, especially ones who take their love for FPS games into the real world and are surprised to find that war isn't a game Amanda Palmer's decision to break free from the Dresden Dolls with this material was wise.While the subject matter (miserable women, violence, a general feeling of unhappiness) would have fit on a Dresen Dolls album, the presentation would not.As always, stay tuned for more reunion news and tour updates as they’re announced.The Dresden Dolls 2010 Tour Dates: 10/31 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza (10th Bandiversary Halloween Show) 11/12 – New Orleans, LA @ Tiptina’s 11/13 – Atlanta, GA @ The Buckhead Theatre 11/14 – Lexington, KY @ Buster’s Billards & Backroom 11/16 – St.
“Ampersand” attacks the notion that a woman becomes “one side of an ampersand” once they get married, hiding its feminist rage behind the curtain of a traditional piano ballad.So the idea of an Amanda Palmer solo album may be a little confusing.But artists go solo to liberate themselves from the confines of their band, and what could be more confining than limiting yourself to a genre that is so specific that you had to create a name for it? is the second compilation album from The Dresden Dolls. via the i Tunes Store and Amazon.com's MP3 service on June 10, 2008.It was released in Europe on May 19, 2008, and was released in North America on May 20, 2008. The compilation is a companion piece to the band's second studio album, 2006's Yes, Virginia..., and contains tracks left over from recording sessions dating back to 2003, along with b-sides and tracks released on compilations.