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Album Review

On this EP, the Teenage Frames play a loose, straight-ahead, garagey rock & roll of the New York Dolls variety. The mod influence isn't quite as prominent as it apparently was on their last album, as louder Ann Arbor/New York vibes shine through the entire EP, most noticeably with the MC5 cover on the last track. Worth your time.

Customer Reviews


Unlike so many bands trying desperately to fit into the sound of "glam punk," Teenage Frames may just be the kings of the genre. Hanoi Rocks, Dog's D'Amour, Dead Boys and Jeff Dahl accidentally started this style, and TF have seemingly continued-unconciously maybe, to mine the depths of this mutant sound with their 3rd release. Gone is the winsome, indie punk inspired pop of their debut, the sick sounding hard rock punk of their second effort, replaced with (dare i say it) a more pop punk approach, recalling the second tier fun time music of bands such as Teenage Head, The Cars, Squeeze and Wayne County. Includes their heavily downloaded "Happy Birthday," a unique take on the day everybody gets to have.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Mod-influenced Chicago punk-popsters the Teenage Frames — singer Frankie Delmane, guitarist Eric Vegas, bassist Ted Cougar, and drummer Jim Holiday — issued their debut LP More Songs, Less Music in 1997; 1% Faster...
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