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The UndertonesTeenage Kicks

Label:Good Vibrations Records – GOT 4
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Pink sleeve
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Power Pop, Punk

Tracklist

A1Teenage Kicks
A2Smarter Than U
B1True Confessions
B2Emergency Cases
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This sub = pink p/s.

Recorded At Wizard Studios Belfast
Good Vibes Music

First pressing, most in white wraparound sleeve, also very rare yellow, green, pink & blue sleeves. Reissued several times, firstly on Sire.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Teenage Kicks (7", 45 RPM, EP, Reissue)SireSIR 4007UK1978
Teenage Kicks (7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo, Special Edition)SireSIR 4007 PROUK1978
Teenage Kicks (7", 45 RPM, White sleeve)Good Vibrations RecordsGOT 4UK1978
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Teenage Kicks (7", 45 RPM, Blue sleeve)Good Vibrations RecordsGOT 4UK1978
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Teenage Kicks (7", 45 RPM, Yellow sleeve)Good Vibrations RecordsGOT 4UK1978

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abrasivedittyrecex's profile picture
abrasivedittyrecex
Edited 9 months ago
Not only John Peels favorite record, he even had the opening lyrics put on his grave stone.
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JakeHannaford
In dire need of ANY variation or condition of the Good Vibrations sleeve if anyone has a spare, willing to trade or pay. Reach out!!
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philbeard
Famously, legendary English BBC radio DJ John Peel's favourite record.
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Wdavidson92
Just uncovered a black 7" of this on GOT4!
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AndyFerguson
Just to put the record straight, Dave Smyth did not produce or even executive produce the Teenage Kicks EP. As you may have noticed on all the releases of this the correct credit for producer is given as The Undertones although credit should also be given to Davy Shannon who engineered the sessions. Davy Smyth was just the owner of the studio and wasn't even there when it was recorded.

Andy Ferguson

Manager - The Undertones