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Fort Worth Teen Scene!, Vol. 1

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Download links and information about Fort Worth Teen Scene!, Vol. 1. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 56:00 minutes.

Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 24
Duration: 56:00
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Train Kept A-Rollin' (Cynics) 2:05
2. Little Girl (The Jades) 2:40
3. Night of the Sadist (Larry And The Blue Notes) 2:17
4. I Don't Want to Find Another Girl (Five Of A Kind) 2:35
5. I'm Blue (Rising Suns) 2:14
6. Humpty Dumpty (The Visions) 2:17
7. The Girl (Gnats) 2:08
8. In & Out (Larry And The Blue Notes) 1:59
9. Time Is All (Mistakes) 2:58
10. Gloria (Tracers) 2:44
11. Without Her (The Barons) 1:52
12. Fly By Nighter (The Wyld) 2:00
13. She Said Yeah (Tracers) 1:37
14. One Potato (The Elite) 1:51
15. Two Potato (The Elite) 1:53
16. The Chocolate Moose Theme (Chocolate Moose) 2:23
17. Thanks a Lot Baby (Bards) 2:03
18. Empty Heart (The Nomads) 3:39
19. Little Latin Lupe Lu (Rising Suns) 2:46
20. All I Ask (The Barons) 2:48
21. Betty Lou's Got a New Tattoo (Creep) 2:01
22. Don't Blame Me (The Barons) 1:54
23. Days Mind the Time (The Mods) 2:30
24. Come On Up (Jinx) 2:46

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Norton Records rescued these obscure but classic garage rock sides that all miraculously came from the '60s teen scene in Fort Worth, Texas. A documentary film, Teen a Go Go, has since further explained this phenomenon. Fans of the Nuggets, Pebbles, and Back from the Grave compilations will feel right at home with the thoroughly off-the-hook performances on each of the three volumes of this prized anthology. The Cynics kick things off in raw style with a spitting version of "Train Kept-A-Rollin'," while The Jades follow with a tough version of Van Morrison and Them's "Little Girl." Larry & The Blue Notes' original "Night of the Sadist" became a classic (with "sadist" changed to "phantom" in the released version, in fear of FCC censors, and available on Volume 2). Five of a Kind's "I Don't Want to Find Another Girl" captures the great fragility in the untutored genius of the teenage heart. The Tracers' take on "She Said Yeah" sounds like the beginnings of The MC5's high-energy assault. The Nomads work over The Rolling Stones' "Empty Heart" with everything they've got.