Teen Beef

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Teen Beef/Tiger Meat
Studio album by
GenreSka punk
LabelMojo Records
ProducerJay Rifkin
John Avila

Teen Beef/Tiger Meat is a split 7" released by Californian ska punk bands Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger. It was released in 1996 on Mojo Records.

Side A features the Reel Big Fish songs "In the Pit", later featured on their 1998 album Why Do They Rock So Hard? as "Thank You For Not Moshing", and "Take On Me", a cover of an a-ha song originally recorded for the soundtrack to the movie BASEketball. This version of "In the Pit" was recorded for "Turn the Radio Off" and is credited in its CD booklet. The 1998 version of the same song, renamed "Thank You For Not Moshing," is a re-recording of this song.

Side B features the Goldfinger songs "Superman", later released on their 1997 album Hang-Ups, and a non-album cover of "Up the Junction", originally recorded by English New Wave band Squeeze.

Track listing[edit]

Side A: Reel Big Fish
1."In the Pit" (Reel Big Fish) 
2."Take On Me" (Furuholmen, Harket, Waaktaar) 
Side B: Goldfinger
3."Superman" (Feldmann) 
4."Up The Junction" (Difford, Tilbrook)