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Palmer worked on her solo album, Who Killed Amanda Palmer, while Brian Viglione toured with Boston-based HUMANWINE On July 10, 2007, the DVD, Live at the Roundhouse, was released in the U. From December 27, 2007 to January 13, 2008, their Winter Tour started at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, DC, and ending at The Norva in Norfolk, Virginia.
On January 15, 2008, they entered the studio to record new material for their third studio album, No, Virginia...
The name also evokes Weimar Germany and its cabaret culture.
Additionally, Palmer "liked the parallel between Dresden (destruction) and Dolls (innocence, delicacy), because it is very much in keeping with the dynamics of the music, which sometimes goes from a childlike whisper to a banshee scream within a few seconds." After a self-promoted demo recorded and released in 2001, their first release was the mostly live compilation A Is for Accident (Important Records), followed in 2003 by a self-titled debut produced and recorded by Martin Bisi (Swans, Sonic Youth) at The Old American Can Factory in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
The record goes from blue to gold So thank you for all your help I know you want to jump around But try to contain yourself You always struck me as the type to take it lightly But now you’re gonna have to shut your mouth or fight me… You’re all alone you’re all over The popular magazines will never care what do you care You’re down with the japanese But you’ve got no right to sit there saying I abuse it When you only sleep with girls who say they like your music Backstabber backstabber backstabber backstabber backstabber backstabber backstabber backstabber Backstabber!
On January 14, 2007, the duo took a temporary hiatus.
They encourage fans to become involved at their shows, with the fans' own stilt walking, living statues, fire breathers, and other performance art becoming an integral part of the show.
The Dirty Business Brigade coordinated the fans' performances. The name, according to Palmer, was "inspired by a combination of things," including the firebombing of Dresden, Germany and the porcelain dolls that were a hallmark of pre-war Dresden industry; an early song of the same name by The Fall; and a reference to the V. Andrews novel Flowers in the Attic, where the classically blond-haired and blue-eyed protagonists are called "the Dresden dolls".
Their live performances soon gained them a cult following.
During these performances the two band members often wore dramatic make-up and fancy clothing that pushed their cabaret/theater aesthetic.