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  1. Songs From Northern Britain, an Album by Teenage Fanclub. Released 10 August on Sony (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop, Jangle Pop.
  2. Mar 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Teenage Fanclub - Ain't That Enough YouTube Teenage Fanclub live à la Route du Rock Hiver 25/2/ - Duration: Géraldine R. 52, views.
  3. Scottish foursome Teenage Fanclub got their start imitating the seminal American power-pop band Big Star. On Songs From Northern Britain, the Fanclub's sixth album, they've finally outgrown Big Star, only to fixate on the early songbook of the Byrds – it's all there, from the perfect harmonies to the wistful folk-rock guitars.
  4. If Songs from Northern Britain is the ideal thumbnail sketch of Teenage Fanclub, then the first single, "Ain't That Enough" was an impeccable summary of the entire album: an irresistible melody, set to ringing Rickenbackers, carrying a chorus that encapsulated Teenage Fanclub's signature bleary optimism: "Here is a sunrise, ain't that enough /5(34).
  5. 'Songs From Northern Britain' marked Teenage Fanclub's dropping of the distortion and picking up the pop. It's an album of shimmering beauty from the jangling guitars and the beautiful harmonies, listen to something like "I Don't Want Control Of You" and prepare to be prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfos:
  6. rows · Teenage Fanclub are an indie rock / power pop band from Bellshill, Scotland near .
  7. Jan 19,  · Songs From Northern Britain. January 19, Ryan Terpstra. Released: 29th July Tracklist Start Again. Ain't That Enough. Can't Feel My Soul. I Don't Want Control Of You. Planets. It's A Bad World. Take The Long Way Round. Winter. I DOn't Care. Mount Everest. Your Love Is The Place Where I Come From.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Songs From Northern Britain on Discogs. Label: Creation Records - CT ,Columbia - CT • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock5/5(1).
  9. Ain't That Enough Lyrics: (Gerard Love) / If you can, I wish you would / Only if you feel you should / Bring your loving over / All adds up with circumstance / All stood up with taking stands.

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