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More Songs Less Music
  • Artist: Teenage Frames
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 603518111123
  • Item #: 136988X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/10/2004
  • Rank: 1000000000
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'Think Ramones with better song structure or New York Dolls with Iggy on vocals' - TransAction 'The Teenage Frames are masters...a f**cking great punk band if there ever was one. Their debut CD More Songs, Less Music is a treasure trove of underground garage pop that has defined 'cool' since the '50's' - Old Punks Web Zine 'Teenage Frames play Midwest American punk-pop with an urgency and rawness that is absolutely inspiring. They've got the roots down straight and play unpretentious, fast loud, and smart alecky.' - Flipside 'More Songs is like an encyclopedia of punk from both sides of the big pond...each cut is dynamic, sinewy, and downright hummable.' - Illinois Entertainer '...a band executing a brash schoolyard-tough brand of electric rock with a cohesive and intelligent style. The overall sound is comparable to The Clash or The Kinks, but what separates these smart-asses from today's alterna-pack is that they're not just another retro garage band who delivers angst atop vocal and instrumental blathering. - Ace Magazine '[More Songs, Less Music] displayed a refreshingly snotty attitude that replaced the cynicism and depression of the rest of the punk nation with humor, with and a 'who gives a shit?' shrug.' - Extra Raw 'Songs like 'Bullet, Kill, Kill, Kill' and 'Boy With the Laidback Look' drip with such a gloriously campy, sneering attitude it helps separate them from the growing rubbish heap of bland major-label pop punk bands.' - New City.