Lets Shake - Teenage Head - Frantic City (Cassette, Album)


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1980
Label: Attic - CAT 1081 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby System • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly


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9 thoughts on “ Lets Shake - Teenage Head - Frantic City (Cassette, Album)

  1. Teenage Head () Frantic City () Some Kinda Fun () Singles from Frantic City "Somethin' on My Mind" "Let's Shake" Frantic City is the second studio album by Teenage Head. It was released in The album was certified Platinum in Canada in "Let's Shake" 5. "Infected" Genre: Punk, new wave.
  2. Editors' Notes One of the most popular Canadian punk rock/new wave bands of the ‘80s, Hamilton, Ontario’s Teenage Head released their sophomore long-player Frantic City in , opening with a cover of the Johnny O'Keefe tune “Wild One” — this version would go on to influence Iggy Pop’s cover of the same tune. The following “Somethin’ On My Mind” bumps the style up.
  3. Label: Attic - CAT • Format: Cassette Album, Club Edition Dolby • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Power Pop, Alternative Rock Teenage Head - Frantic City (, Dolby, Cassette) | .
  4. Jan 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Frantic City on Discogs.4/5().
  5. One of the most popular Canadian punk rock/new wave bands of the ‘80s, Hamilton, Ontario’s Teenage Head released their sophomore long-player Frantic City in , opening with a cover of the Johnny O'Keefe tune “Wild One” — this version would go on to influence Iggy Pop’s cover of the same tune. The following “Somethin’ On My Mind” bumps the style up a decade to.
  6. Let's Shake This song is by Teenage Head and appears on the album Frantic City (). Give me that opener, a-pass me that beer Or move your ass on outta here Well, I guess you know I need some money But you are just too fat and ugly C'mon shake Well, let's shake C'mon shake Yeah baby, let's shake A-well, you can't dance, can't keep up the beat Well, .
  7. Let's Shake Lyrics: OOH / Give me that opener, pass me that beer / C'mon move your ass on out of here / Well I guess you know I need some money / But you are just too fat and ugly / C'mon shake / Oop.
  8. Teenage Head is a Canadian rock group from Hamilton, Ontario and was a popular Canadian punk rock band during the early s.. The group was formed in Hamilton by Frankie Venom (Frank Kerr), Gord Lewis, Steve Mahon and Nick inbarrabongama.steracowracigavermosimliepeti.coitz has since .
  9. Teenage Head’s debut was good in but it was “Frantic City” that spawned the hits and really got the band their kick start. It was a jolt the boys could never surpass; still, the radio hits were wonderful, Somethin’ On My Mind, Let’s Shake, and Disgusteen/5(15).

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