Teenage Frames | Junkie Logic

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Junkie Logic

by Teenage Frames

High energy rock, punk, powerpop.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Junkie Logic
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2. Suck You Out
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3. Sick Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The 2nd in the band's series of no-frills, no-fat CD singles. Here's what was said about our first:

Let's Break Up! is chock full of fat, juicy hooks and melodies so catchy that I often find myself whistling them while I'm pissing at my workplace urinal. All three songs are expertly-crafted and further bolstered by handclaps, peppy drum rolls, and Frankie Delmane's nasally but melodious vocals. The title track, a punky rock n' roll number a la Teenage Head, delivers big with a sing-songy, super-fun chorus. But "Totally Inconsiderate" is the real "hit" in my book. It works a crunchy mid-tempo groove and concludes with a sublime burst of harmonies. The zingy, contagious "What A Way To Go!" is a whirlwind of effervescent energy. This song in particular gets stuck in my head at the strangest times - usually when my pants are hanging around my ankles for one reason or another.

Now Wave Magazine

These mod-trash experts have earned warranted Clash-Ramones-New York Dolls comparisons, and the Frames' brand-new three-song single will be no exception to this rule.

Willamette Week


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Jason Waters


Wow-what a suprise! This is by far one of the best straight rock n roll mixed with power pop bands I've heard in a long time. The title track is as perfect a song as it gets-with a killer freak out guitar solo! I would say this kinda reminds me of a few different things-there is a bit of 60's garage put together with a sort of cool late 70's/early 80's punk/new wave vibe. The second song is a total ac/dc rip, but if done by elvis costello (does that make sense?) And then you get some song called Asterick, which by far is the hardest rocking thing here-like a classic street punk anthem if The Monkees had done it. There's also a song called Sick Again-but it was way TOO pop for me, although it was very catchy. I'd say this has got to be one of the best new bands I've heard.