Some Kinda Fun

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Some Kinda Fun
Studio album by Teenage Head
Released 1982
Genre Punk rock, new wave
Length 35:07
Label Attic
Producer Brian Christian
Teenage Head chronology
Frantic City (1980) Some Kinda Fun
(1982)
Tornado (1983)
Singles from Some Kinda Fun
  1. "Some Kinda Fun"
  2. "Let's Go to Hawaii"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Some Kinda Fun is the third studio album by Teenage Head, released in 1982. It was one of the Top 100 albums in Canada of 1982.[2] The album was certified Gold in Canada on April 28, 2014.[3]


Track Listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Gordon Lewis, Steve Mahon, Nick Stipanitz, Frankie "Venom" Kerr unless otherwise indicated. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Drivin' Wild (My Invader)"     4:48
2. "Let's Go to Hawaii"   Bill Dobslaw, The Rivieras 2:24
3. "Sheila Scarf"     3:45
4. "Want You To Know"     3:00
5. "Teenage Beer Drinking Party"     3:32
6. "Shag Shack"     4:00
7. "Sick Little Man"     3:15
8. "Some Kinda Fun"   Jim Lee, Chris Montez 2:39
9. "Fist to Face"     3:17
10. "Don't Toy with Me"     2:40
11. "Let It Show"     2:47
Total length:
35:07

Personnel[edit]

  • Frankie Venom (Kerr) - vocals, harmonica
  • Gordon Lewis - guitar
  • Steve Mahon - bass
  • Nick Stipanitz - drums, vocals, backing vocals
Production
  • Brian Christian - producer
  • Ringo Hyrcyna - engineer
  • Hayward Parrott - remix engineer
  • David Bendeth - mixing
  • Recorded at Nimbus/Sound Stage Studios, Toronto
  • Remixed at Manta Sound, Toronto

Chart positions[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position
1992 RPM 18 [4]

Singles[edit]

Year Song RPM Chart
Position
1982 "Some Kinda Fun" 23 [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carruthers, Sean. Teenage Head: Some Kinda Fun > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 24 June 2011.
  2. ^ "Top Albums/CDs - Volume 37, No. 19, December 25 1982". RPM. 25 December 1982. Retrieved 24 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "Gold Platinum Database: Teenage Head - Some Kinda Fun". Music Canada. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Top Albums/CDs". RPM Volume 36, No. 18. 12 June 1982. Retrieved 24 June 2011. 
  5. ^ "Top Singles". RPM Volume 36, No. 19. 19 June 1982. Retrieved 24 June 2011.