Dolls For Idols
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The discography of electronic band Dolls For Idols consists of one studio albums and one single.

Dolls For Idols debut single "Dance The dance" was released on 20 February 2010 which charted no.1 in the Maltese top 10.

The band released their debut album Cut, Paste & Rave'N'Roll in November 2011. The album spawned two singles with the highest charting. "Rave'N'Roll" peaking at number 1 on the Maltese Singles Chart and Yeah You which came no.2 on the bay charts



In 2010 they hit the live circuit with blistering performances in several local venues and
festivals among which were The Farsons Beer Festival, The Bay Music Awards,
The Malta Music Awards, KSU Festival and Gen Ten Festival with foreign act Waxdolls (Belgium).
They also released three tracks including their Single Dance the Dance which was very well
received by Radio Stations, listeners and the general media alike reaching the top of the charts

In 2011 “Dolls For Idols” joined forces with award winning David Vella (Rammstein, Philip Boa
& the Vodoo Club Fame, Shameboy and The Beangrowers) at Temple Studios to record
their debut album “CUT PASTE & RAVE’N’ROLL” which was released to a sold-out crowd at
V-Gen in Paceville in November 2011. The album was well received by critics and consists of
11 tracks of which the single Rave’N’Roll was released and charted no.1 on the Malta’s Top Ten.
The same year they were nominated for Best Band at The Bay Music Awards

May 2012 saw the energetic band set off on a month long European tour, which included destinations such as Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Scotland and the Czech Republic.
During the tour, Dolls for Idols represented Malta at Europavox - held in Auvergne, France. At the festival (which was their biggest gig to date) the band opened for international electronic acts, including Benga and Agoria! The Hives, The Kills, and many other renowned acts took part at the same event.