|1||–John Peel||Interview Footage With John Peel|
|2||–The London Punkharmonic Orchestra||Teenage Kicks|
|3||–The Undertones||Teenage Kicks|
|4||–The Undertones||When Saturday Comes|
|5||–The Undertones||Casbah Rock|
|6||–The Undertones||Got To Have You Back|
|7||–The Undertones||Fairly In The Money Now|
|8||–The Undertones||Billy's Third|
|9||–The Undertones||Get Over You|
|10||–The Undertones||Here Comes The Summer|
|11||–The Undertones||Teenage Kicks|
|12||–The Undertones||Wednesday Week|
|13||–The Undertones||Wrong Way|
|14||–The Undertones||True Confessions|
|15||–The Undertones||Crisis Of Mine|
|16||–The Undertones||Jump Boys|
|17||–The Undertones||You're Welcome|
|18||–The Undertones||It's Going To Happen|
|19||–The Undertones||My Perfect Cousin|
|20||–The Undertones||Family Entertainment|
|21||–The Undertones||Life Is Just A Cher O'Bowlies|
|22||–Feargal Sharkey||A Good Heart|
|23||–The Undertones||My Perfect Cousin|
|24||–That Petrol Emotion||Genius Move|
|26||–The Undertones||Male Model|
|27||–The Undertones||Jimmy Jimmy|
|28||–The Undertones||Really Really|
|Extras - Promo Videos|
|1||–The Undertones||Teenage Kicks|
|2||–The Undertones||My Perfect Cousin|
|3||–The Undertones||There Goes Norman|
|4||–The Undertones||Wednesday Week|
|5||–The Undertones||It's Going To Happen|
|6||–The Undertones||Love Parade|
|7||–The Undertones||Got To Have You Back|
|SVEM0044||The Undertones||The Story Of The Undertones: Teenage Kicks (DVD)||Sanctuary Midline||SVEM0044||UK||2004|
|06076-88365-9||The Undertones||The Story Of The Undertones - Teenage Kicks (DVD-V, NTSC, Dol)||Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.||06076-88365-9||US||2004|
The Undertones is the 1979 debut album by The Undertones. The album was recorded at Eden Studios in Acton, West London in January 1979 and was released on 13 May that year. The original release included just one single release: "Jimmy Jimmy" and an album version of "Here Comes The Summer", which was never released as a single. A re-released version of the album (housed in an alternate sleeve), was issued in October 1979.
Album The Undertones. Teenage Kicks Lyrics. A teenage dream's so hard to beat Every time she walks down the street Another girl in the neighbourhood Wish she was mine, she looks so good. I wanna hold her, wanna hold her tight Get teenage kicks right through the night. I'm gonna call her on the telephone Have her over cos I'm all alone I need excitement, oh I need it bad And it's the best I've ever had.
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Album: The Undertones (1978). Charted: 31. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Are teenage dreams so hard to beat? Everytime she walks down the street Another girl in the neighbourhood Wish she was mine, she looks so good. I wanna hold her, wanna hold her tight Get teenage kicks right through the night, all rightWriter/s: JOHN JOSEPH O'NEILL Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind. More songs from The Undertones. More songs from 1978. Teenage Kicks Songfacts.
The Undertones singles chronology. Teenage Kicks" (1978). Get Over You" (1979). Teenage Kicks" is the debut single by Northern Irish punk rock/new wave band The Undertones. Written in the summer of 1977 by the band's principal songwriter, John O'Neill, the song was recorded on 16 June 1978 and initially released that September upon independent Belfast record label Good Vibrations, before the band-at the time unobligated to any record label-signed to Sire Records on 2 October 1978. The single was not included upon the original May 1979 release of the band's debut album The Undertones; however, the October 1979 re-release of this debut album included both "Teenage Kicks" and the Undertones' second single, "Get Over You"
John Peel relives The Undertones' brief but brilliant career with the five founding members, friends, helpers and some great old clips. Describing the problems of success, the rift with Feargal Sharkey and the final split, the band defend their reformation with a new singer. John Peel relives The Undertones' brief but brilliant career with the five founding members, friends, helpers and some great old clips. John Peel relives The Undertones’ brief but brilliant career with the five founding members, friends, helpers and some great old clips.
In March 1983, the Undertones released their fourth album, The Sin of Pride. This album, which drew inspiration from both soul and Motown, was produced by Mike Hedges, who had replaced Roger Bechirian as the Undertones' producer following the 1981 release of Positive Touch. Feargal Sharkey is known to have stated he had worked harder upon this album than at any point in his singing career to date, and that he considers this album the finest the Undertones ever produced . The Undertones have also been the subject of two documentaries: The first documentary to be produced: The Story of the Undertones: Teenage Kicks, was recorded in 2001 and released in 2004.
The Northern Ireland quintet's brief story is no different than that of literally dozens of other bands to form in the wake of the Clash and, more importantly, the Buzzcocks, but the group infuses so much unabashed joy in their two-minute three-chord pop songs, and there's so little pretension in their unapologetically teenage worldview, that even the darker hints. of life in songs like the suicide-themed "Jimmy Jimmy" are delivered with a sense of optimism at odds with so many of their contemporaries. All of the other 13 songs, even the 47-second blip "Casbah Rock," are nearly to that level of brilliance, with the frenetic "Girls Don't Like It" a particular standout.