Chelsea Doll | Va Va Va Voom

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Va Va Va Voom

by Chelsea Doll

Glam/Glitter Rock
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born and raised in Hollywood, Chelsea grew up listening to everything from Frank Sinatra to Marc Bolan.

And soon enough, she was sucked into the tempting world of rock n' roll. But Chelsea Doll didn't just listen to musicians...they were over her dad's house everyday. By the age of twelve, she was writing songs of her own. At fourteen, she decided she was serious about her music and started recording. With Tommy Triant, a former member of Soul Kid #1, as her guitarist and Sean Fodor on lead; they recorded Chelsea Doll's first single.

"Va Va Va Voom" was originally written and performed by Brett Smiley in 1973. Brett, being a good friend of Chelsea's father, was delighted to have his song covered. Brett's album, Breathlessly Brett, was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham in '74 but wasn't released until 2003.

Chelsea's version of "Va Va Va Voom" became an instant favorite for KROQ dj, Rodney Bingenheimer in Los Angeles and WBAI dj, Delphine Blue in New York. London, England also took a liking to Chelsea Doll's sound and started playing her in Glam-ou-rama and other glitter rock clubs.

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Brixan

Shades of the Early 80's
Chelsea has tapped into the great energy that wowed the early Eighties! If BOW WOW WOW's Annabella Lwin had joined THE GO-GO's this is what it would sound like. Can't wait to hear what is to come!

UK Music Magazine

Coming across like the obnoxious yet irrepressible offspring of Siouxie Sioux, T
CHELSEA DOLL - "VA VA VA VOOM!"
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Coming across like the obnoxious yet irrepressible offspring of Siouxie Sioux, The Sex Pistols and Avril Lavigne, Chelsea Doll is a talent that is aching for your attention now, now, now.
Screaming, dancing and hurling plates at you for attention, Her voice is a pantomime of punk, pop and rock, with great lyrical narratives and attitude in spades.
Loud, brash and full of youthful energy, the songs grab you and won't let you go until they seduce you with their unavoidable hookiness until you are
well and truly turned to the dark side.

Give it one listen and you will want to go out and buy an album straight away, and that is its secret weapon.
Brilliant, kooky, dirty and unarguably original - for anyone to have this much promise over only two songs should be illegal.Get it while it's hot!


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Sman

Rocking like a glitter ball rolling around the dash of a speeding truck!
Chelsea is definetly the new hottie to watch! She will take the world by storm!

Veronique Chevalier

Punkie Glamster ;-)
This young woman has nerve, verve and her sonic boom hits you head on if you don't swerve! It is a pleasure to know that such accomplishment is possible in one so young. These two track ROCque, and truly express some depth and passion. I look forward to hearing more from Mademoiselle Chel!sea It is my sincerest hope that her raw talent will not be derailed as is the sad fate of so many other young artistes who have gone before...