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Old News Baby - Reatards - Teenage Hate (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Consulta los créditos, las críticas y las canciones, y compra la edición de g. Vinyl de Teenage Hate en Discogs/5(59).
  2. The original eighteen-track album is augmented with no less than twenty-one bonus tracks taken from ultra lo-fi cassette releases and given the charming name “F*** Elvis Here’s The Reatards”. If you’re coming to Teenage Hate expecting it to sound like Jay Reatard’s tamer (but by no means tame) work for Matador Records, you’re in for /5(5).
  3. Identical to Reatards - Teenage Hate, but with tan colored labels. MP3 download code included. With "Reatards Lineup" poster insert. Catalog number found on spine is "64GONE". Catalog number found on vinyl labels is "64Gone". Catalog numbers found in runouts are "10GONE" and "64GONE".
  4. REATARDS - Teenage Hate/Fuck Elvis Heres The Reatards - colenecsimapacharsespmegsembvimic.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account .
  5. Teenage Hate is the debut studio album by the American garage punk band, The Reatards. It was released in via Goner Records. Goner Records reissued the album on May 17, , one year after Jay Reatard's death.
  6. Some songs feature Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, Oblivians) on drums! Teenage Hate / Fuck Elvis Here’s the Reatards offers a glimpse into the punk energy and rapidly developing raw talent of a teenage Reatard. The double-album features covers of Fear, The Dead Boys, Lil’ Bunnies, Buddy Holly, Johnny Vomit & The Dry Heaves and The Beatles!
  7. Goner Records have just revealed the details of Teenage Hate / Fuck Elvis Here's the Reatards, an expanded reissue of the Reatards' debut. Now a double album, "Old News Baby" "Not.
  8. May 31,  · Reatard, who died at the maddeningly and tragically early age of 29 in , made these recordings back in and earlier; F** Elvis Here’s the Reatards (tracks 30 - 39) was a rough, primitive cassette that came before his debut LP on Goner Records, Teenage Hate (tracks ).

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