Teenage Snuff Film

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Teenage Snuff Film
Studio album by Rowland S. Howard
Released 1999
Genre Post-punk, Punk blues
Length 54:20
Label Shock Records
Cooking Vinyl
Producer Lindsey Gravina
Rowland S. Howard chronology
Teenage Snuff Film
(1999)
Pop Crimes
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Teenage Snuff Film is the first solo album by Rowland S. Howard. Former The Birthday Party bandmate Mick Harvey contributes drums, organ and guitar, while Brian Hooper of The Beasts of Bourbon features on bass guitar. It contains eight original songs, and two cover versions: "White Wedding" by Billy Idol, and "She Cried" (previously performed by The Shangri-Las, Johnny Thunders, and others).

The album was produced, mixed and mastered by Lindsay Gravina at Birdland Studios in Prahran and Sing Sing Recording Studios in Cremorne .

Well received by critics, the album was praised for its "dark dramatic sounds".

The album was reissued as a limited edition double LP in October 2011, with minor track listing changes.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Rowland S. Howard, except where noted.
  1. "Dead Radio"
  2. "Breakdown (and then...)"
  3. "She Cried" (Greg Richards, Ted Daryll)
  4. "I Burnt Your Clothes"
  5. "Exit Everything" (Rowland S. Howard, Brian Hooper)
  6. "Silver Chain" (Genevieve McGuckin)
  7. "White Wedding" (Billy Idol)
  8. "Undone"
  9. "Autoluminescent"
  10. "Sleep Alone" (Rowland S. Howard, Brian Hooper)
  11. "Shut Me Down"

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