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Released in 1994, Teenager of the Year was Frank Black’s second solo album, produced by former Pere Ubu member Eric Drew Feldman, who also played keyboards. This album is often cited as the high-point of Francis' post-Pixies catalogue, even being named to Pitchfork's "Top 100 Albums of the 90's". Long considered a testament to Frank Black's songwriting skills as well as his virtue as a performer, Teenager also features work by several backing musicians, including Pixies guitarist Joey Santiago… read more



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  • Love every song on this!
  • My postgrad days were dominated by two bands. Radiohead and The Catholics/Frank Black. Audiolab Hifi and B&W Nautilus speakers howled in pain, as did some of my neighbours... Ah... those were the days.
  • great album, particularly the first half
  • une tuerie
  • i miss this album!
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  • I love this album.
  • This album is a masterpiece. It's a kind of "White album" of indie-rock of the '90s.
  • paddle the paddle to the side to the side to the side to the side the paddle to the paddle to the side to the side - PONGGGGG
  • Favorite Frank Black album...a classic... always wondered if the cover was a piss-take of this "Teenager" came out a couple of month after it...

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