Frank Black's Teenager Of The Year came out in May 1994, just over a year after his self-titled debut solo al- bum. In as rich a songwriting vein as he was when in The Pixies, Teenager Of The Year is now widely regarded as the defining statement of his solo career. Among the plaudits thrown it's way was Pitchfork ranking it in their Top 100 Albums of the 90s, saying "beneath it's veneer lie moments brilliant enough to rival any of the Pixies' 1990s work, and Black's greatest lyrical achievements."
Frank Black's Teenager Of The Year came out in May 1994, just over a year after his self-titled debut solo al- bum. In as rich a songwriting vein as he was when in The Pixies, Teenager Of The Year is now widely regarded as the defining statement of his solo career. Among the plaudits thrown it's way was Pitchfork ranking it in their Top 100 Albums of the 90s, saying "beneath it's veneer lie moments brilliant enough to rival any of the Pixies' 1990s work, and Black's greatest lyrical achievements."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: 4AD / ADA
Rel. Date: 08/16/2019
UPC: 652637400939

Teenager Of The Year [LP]
Artist: Frank Black
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. What Ever Happened To Pong?
2. Thalassocracy
3. (i Want To Live On An) Abstract Plain
4. Calistan
5. The Vanishing Spies
6. Speedy Marie
7. Headache
8. Sir Rockaby
9. Freedom Rock 1
10. Two Reelers 1
11. Fiddle Riddle 1
12. Ole Mulholland 1
13. Fazer Eyes 1
14. I Could Stay Here Forever 1
15. The Hostess With The Mostest 1
16. Superabound 1
17. Big Red 1
18. Space Is Gonna Do Me Good 1
19. White Noise Maker 2
20. Pure Denizen Of The Citizens Band 2
21. Bad, Wicked World 2
22. Pie In The Sky

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Frank Black's Teenager Of The Year came out in May 1994, just over a year after his self-titled debut solo al- bum. In as rich a songwriting vein as he was when in The Pixies, Teenager Of The Year is now widely regarded as the defining statement of his solo career. Among the plaudits thrown it's way was Pitchfork ranking it in their Top 100 Albums of the 90s, saying "beneath it's veneer lie moments brilliant enough to rival any of the Pixies' 1990s work, and Black's greatest lyrical achievements."