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Glamorous Trash

by Teenage Frames

Concise guitar based powerpop/hard rock nuggets for record store geeks and other fans of critic's darling rock & roll. In other words: Ancient Rock.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Imaginary Girls
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2. Glamorous Trash
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3. Sign On The Dotted Line
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4. This New War
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Album Notes
NEWSFLASH - August, 2007.

The long wait is over! OK so maybe it's only been a few months (the boys have been prolific lately), but a brand new Teenage Frames EP "Glamorous Trash" is OUT NOW! Hard rock swagger, powerpop excitement, psychedelic phreakout - this little gem has it all, baby!

People are already talking about how much they LOVE this EP! Teenage Frames are definitely going to be taking out the Glamorous Trash with their brand new EP, so jump on this grenade fast if you want to still be in with the cool kidz!

Here's the rundown on the 3rd in our series of low cost, no frills limited edition CD-EP's:

"Imaginary Girls" is a powerpop Ramones-ish ode to the girls who aren't really there.

"Glamorous Trash" is a Stonesy take on those people we all seem to know.

"Sign On The Dotted Line" is a cover of the UK's criminally under-appreciated maker of shoulda-been-hits The Incredible Kidda Band.

"This New War" is a stomping revery that includes at least two instruments never before heard on a Teenage Frames recording!


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