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Teenage Head

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Canada's early answer to new wave sounded suspiciously like classic '50s and '60s rock & roll with the amps turned up and the lips curled back in a sneer. In a lot of ways, Teenage Head skirts the edge between new wave and punk, often sounding like a slightly more versatile version of the Ramones. Lyrically speaking, it skips from one degeneracy to another and is often a bit on the stupid side (like many other punk classics, come to think of it), but the music is solid enough throughout to make that irrelevant.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Often billed as Canada's answer to the Ramones, Teenage Head were in truth just as much a new wave band as they were a punk rock outfit. They had a similar affection for pre-Beatles rock & roll, especially rockabilly, as well as a sense of trashy fun that made them a terrific party band when they were on. Their songs were unpretentious celebrations of all the classic rock & roll staples: cars, booze, girls, partying, and teenage rebellion. Notorious for inadvertently touching off one of the...
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