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Teenage Frames


Mod-influenced Chicago punk-popsters the Teenage Frames — singer Frankie Delmane, guitarist Eric Vegas, bassist Ted Cougar, and drummer Jim Vacation — released their debut LP Even more Songs, Much less Music in 1997; 1% Faster adopted two years later on and Kingsize Program followed in springtime 2001.

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Full Name Teenage Frames
Music Songs Boy With the Laidback Look, Fan of the Banter, Down With the Kids, Son of Another Family, Plastic Living, We Hate It When We're Well Respected, Bullet, Kill, Kill, Kill, The Lemon Drop, Something's Got the Give, I Just Want to Be Happy, Armband Manifesto, Glamorous Trash, Junkie Logic, Let's Break Up!, Drug Power, Dopesville, I Don't Wanna Go Home Yet, Here Comes The City, This New War, Glitter Parade, Who's Got the Action?, I Want To Go Out Tonight, Metropolitan World, I Was a Member of the SLA, Who Are The Darlings Of The Avant Garde?, Leave Home, Automobeat, Totally Inconsiderate, Imaginary Girls, Living It Up, Losing It, Teenage Letdown
Albums More Songs, Less Music, 1% Faster, Junkie Logic, Glamorous Trash, Armband Manifesto, Kingsize Sessions

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