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Some Kinda Fun

Teenage Head

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Album Review

By the time the third album rolled around, Teenage Head had settled into a more groovy, boogie-based mode. It's still pretty dumb party rock — what else would you expect with song titles like "Teenage Beer Drinkin' Party" and "Shag Shack"? It's some kinda fun, all right, but not quite as much fun as earlier material. Covers of tracks by the Rivieras and Chris Montez kick the lyrical level up a notch.

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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