Teenage Head: Fun Comes Fast

Teenage Head SKU: 35485506
Teenage Head: Fun Comes Fast

Teenage Head: Fun Comes Fast

Teenage Head SKU: 35485506

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Fun Comes Fast
Artist: Teenage Head
Label: Warner Music Canada
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 190296950766
Genre: Rock

Double pink colored vinyl LP pressing. 2017 collection from the Canadian punk pioneers spanning the group's 40 year career. Teenage Head formed in Hamilton, Ontario in 1975 by Frankie Venom, Gord Lewis, Steve Mahon and Nick Stipanitz. Fronted by the charismatic Venom, the band's live shows became infamous for inciting apocalyptic reaction from audiences across the country. Their 1978 show at The Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto ended in a riot, captured in the documentary film, The Last Pogo. In 1978 the band's first single, "Picture My face," hit the streets followed a year later by self-titled debut album. In 1980, Teenage Head released their breakthrough album, Frantic City, that produced the hits "Let's Shake" and "Somethin' On My Mind." In total, Teenage Head have released eight studio albums and one live record. By 1986, Frankie Venom had left the band and was replaced by Dave Rave. Venom rejoined the band three years later but succumbed to throat cancer in 2008. Includes 20 tracks.


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