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Teenage Depression [Extra tracks]

Eddie & The Hot Rods Audio CD
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- Oft viewed as the band that merged Pub Rock and Punk Rock, Eddie & The Hot Rods first appeared in 1975 and Teenage Depression was their debut LP which reached No.43 a year later - Includes all of their No.43 hit Live At The Marquee EP as well as the Top 40 title track - Also featured as a bonus are the Wooly Bully and Writing On The Wall 45s - The iconic artwork is now complemented by a detailed liner note, a full discography and pictures of all relevant singles sleeves


Over the course of the long, hot summer of 1976 it seemed that Southend's Eddie And The Hot Rods were embarking on a one-way trip to superstardom. Considered to be a younger and more exuberant version of gritty, R&B pub rockers Dr Feelgood, they were serially smashing attendance records during a prolonged Marquee Club residency while effortlessly making the longhaired status quo an anachronism. Yet, to echo their debut single, there was already a good deal of "Writing On The Wall" for the Rods, as their Marquee support band, the Sex Pistols, were about to consign them to the cultural dumper. This debut collection however, catches the quartet on the crest of an upwardly-mobile wave where everything still seemed possible, and their edgy, blazing energy is both tangible and infectious. From "Get Across To You" to "On The Run", Teenage Depression remains a hot and sweaty, rough and ready, pub rock classic. --Ian Fortnam
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