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Teenage Color [VINYL] EP


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The continuing success of the 'Drive' soundtrack still registering healthy sales almost two years on from the film's release is due in no small part to French electronica artist College, whose track 'A Real Hero' (featuring Electric Youth) was selected as the main theme to the film by director Nicolas Winding Refn. With over 13million views on College's YouTube channel alone, 'A Real Hero' has proved to have a life beyond the film. Now Invada Records, the label behind the hit vinyl edition of 'Drive', are to release College's debut album, 'Secret Diary', and debut EP 'Teenage Color', on physical formats for the first time. Available May 20th, both titles will be released on vinyl and CD formats. Fans of the 'Drive' soundtrack, John Carpenter, Daft Punk, Geoff Barrow's DROKK project and other analogue-synth heads will find something to love on these beautifully atmospheric records. College is the alias of David Grellier, originally from Nantes, who as well as recording as College runs the influential Valerie label, renowned for it's retro-futurist blend of inspired electro. Grellier is influenced by American 80s pop culture, and "80s soaps and an aesthetic which I particularly like: colour, images, silvery films and the sun images of Los Angeles, Chicago and all other cities that continue to fascinate me."

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
WOW! 2 Oct 2011
By nihilistguy - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to admit that seeing the movie Drive and hearing that awesome soundtrack is what put College on my radar. Thankfully I did a little more searching to see what else the likes of College and Kavinsky(also amazing) had to offer. It's a true rarity when every single song in an album gives you an ear-gasm. Teenage Color does just that. Highly recommended.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Glad it's not just me.... 5 April 2012
By S. Felix - Published on Amazon.com
This is so out of my usual taste in music. But I too, saw Drive and was hooked. Search, search, search...listen, listen, more listening....here I am! I am an almost 35 year old who loves Blues and groups like The Band, CSN&Y, Jackson Brown, etc. College is a big contrast for me but there is something that totally draws me in.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Best of Heard and Unheard 3 Oct 2012
By Rex Heston - Published on Amazon.com
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Along with the hard-driving title track and compelling leadoff track Can You Kiss Me First, the lesser songs, esp the Drone should satisfy those seized with a thirst for College after Drive
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
love college 20 July 2012
By Sovertop Tith - Published on Amazon.com
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great disco electro. has some really good songs and like it was cheap to buy on amazon.com. The way the music is put together is good to my ear hole.
Bring Back 80s Synthpop! 28 Oct 2013
By joseph1122 - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this little album! If I did not know that it was released in 2013, I would have thought it was released in 1986. Brilliant!
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