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Boomkat Product Review:
One of Australia’s greatest musical storytellers at his best on one of the best albums to come from down under during the ‘90s, including his classic take on Billy Idol’s ‘White Wedding’.
Rowland S. Howard’s solo 1999 debut arrived in a dramatic lineage of The Birthday Party, who he co-founded with Nick Cave and took to indelible acclaim circa post-punk years 1978-1983. ‘Teenage Snuff Film’ saw him saddle up with fellow TBP member Mick Harvey for a now canonically classic trek into the depths of his soul, setting ripping yarns of despair, romance and alien affectation to the sort of swaggering, sozzled, classic but fucked-up alt.rock sound he helped establish in the first place.
Ever since it was released ’Teenage Snuff Film’ has cast a long shadow of influence over everyone from The Horrors to HTRK |(who collaborated with Howard just before he died, on 2009’s Pop Crimes’) and remains a totally definitive record in its field.