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Boomkat Product Review:
Teenager (not to be confused with The Teenagers - either the Parisian synth rock outfit or the '50s doo-wop ensemble) is the amalgam of Pnau's Nick Littlemore and Two Lane Blacktop's Pip Brown. The pair have rustled up an album's worth of rowdy electro punk with a little help from increasingly regular guns for hire, Steve Shelley and Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth. Their contribution comes on 'Liquid Cement', which perhaps inevitably is a clear standout moment on the album. Sadly, Ranaldo's hard work is rewarded with a misspelled credit. The cheek! He's only a freaking legend. 'Bound & Gagged' and 'Alone Again' both pack a healthy wallop, the latter in particular, which makes a successful approximation of Sally Shapiro's wispy '80s disco sound. On the other hand you get thumping, hard rocking jaunts like 'Pony'. A bit of a mixed bag this, but Teenager still manage to pull off the indie-dance thing better than most - and exactly how did they score the Sonic Youth hook-up?