This was written by New York Dolls lead singer David Johansen
and included on the group's self-titled debut album, which was produced by Todd Rundgren. The Dolls made a mark on the East Coast punk scene but never had anything resembling a hit; they broke up in 1976 after just two albums. Johansen, though, landed on the charts in 1987 under the guise of Buster Poindexter with a party song called "Hot Hot Hot
The Dolls regrouped in 2004 for a one-off show in England, but found there was renewed interest in their music and kept at it, releasing three more albums before calling it quits for good in 2011.