Teenage Head’s next record is 1984’s Endless Party out on Ready Records. A live album recorded New Years eve in the bands hometown of Hamilton,On A close encounter with the bands sonic fury tracing the hits and including a revisited studio version of Top Down from the bands first self titled album. By 1985 Teenage Head were on their own again. A self-released album, Trouble In The Jungle has brought producer Dan and brother Bob Lanois back into the fold.
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Teenage Head – Teenage Head. Label: Inter Global Music – PEC 90534. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Agreed! Their first album is an overlooked classic! Do not hesitate, get this! You will not be disappointed!
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Teenage Head is a Canadian rock group from Hamilton, Ontario and was a popular Canadian punk rock band during the early 1980s. The group was formed in Hamilton by Frankie Venom (Frank Kerr), Gord Lewis, Steve Mahon and Nick Stipanitz. Stipanitz has since been replaced by Jack Pedler, and Venom died of cancer on October 15, 2008.
Signing with Attic Records, Teenage Head issued their sophomore effort, Frantic City, in early 1980. That June, with their popularity burgeoning, they played a show at the Ontario Place Forum, a prominent outdoor venue situated in a Toronto park.
Teenage Head (With Marky Ramone) 2008. Frantic City (Vinyl) 1980. Teenage Head (Remastered 1996) 1978. Some Kinda Fun (Vinyl) 1982. Endless Party (Vinyl) 1984. Tornado (Vinyl) 1983. Trouble In The Jungle 1985.