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Kingsize Sessions

by Teenage Frames

Third and best sounding release. Up-tempo, hard edged rock n' roll infused with elements of punk, power-pop, and glam.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Metropolitan World
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2. Who's Got The Action?
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3. The Lemon Drop
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4. Happy Birthday
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5. High School
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"*** 1/2 The latest EP from this modish power-pop quartet features one of the giants of the genre guesting on bass, Ted Ansani of Material Issue. It also boasts four infectious originals--my faves are "Happy Birthday" and "The Lemon Drop," an inspired rewrite of the influential ska hit "Lollipop"--plus a hell-bent-for-leather cover of the MC5's "High School." It all speeds by in a frantic 12-minute blur, but it's as hard to resist as a sugar buzz on Halloween."

Jim Derogatis - Chicago Sun-Times (Chicago, IL)


"...bratty, punkish vocals and rough edged pop/new wave tunes"
Steve Gardner - The Big Takeover


"Estos norteamericanos practicaban hasta ahora una especie de British Beat desaliñado, ¡pero parecen estar en plena refundación/mutación! Nuevas influencias más marcadas "pre-glam rock" en estéreo total, el bajo agresivo y ronco a la izquierda, el órgano discreto en el canal derecho y una versión de MC5 (infernales rockers de Detroit en los años 70) para afirmar las cosas, melodías sólidas y nerviosas, voz caminante y coros insistentes, la sombra de los Stooges o de los New York Dolls (y seguro, los Jam, ¡dije refundación, no revolución!) no está muy lejos!"
Zona De Distension (Columbia)


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Jim Derogatis - Chicago Sun-Times

It all speeds by in a frantic 12-minute blur, but it's as hard to resist asa sug
The latest EP from this modish power-pop quartet features one of the giants of the genre guesting on bass, Ted Ansani of Material Issue. It also boasts four infectious originals--my faves are "Happy Birthday" and "The Lemon Drop," an inspired rewrite of the influential ska hit "Lollipop"--plus a hell-bent-for-leather cover of the MC5's "High School." It all speeds by in a frantic 12-minute blur, but it's as hard to resist as a sugar buzz on Halloween.