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Trouble In The Jungle is the sixth release by Teenage Head and their fourth full length studio album. It was issued in 1986 by Warpt Records as catalogue number WR-924 and distributed by ARC Sound Company in Canada. Singer Frankie Venom would leave the band after this album was released but returned in 1989. His replacement Mark Lockerbie is featured in the "Frantic Romantic" video
More albums from Teenage Head: Trouble In The Jungle by Teenage Head. King St. Teddy Boys by Teenage Head. Electric Guitar by Teenage Head. Teenage Head by Teenage Head. Frantic City by Teenage Head. Endless Party by Teenage Head. View all albums . Some Kinda Fun.
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Signing with Attic Records, Teenage Head issued their sophomore effort, Frantic City, in early 1980. The group moved over to Rave's own Warpt label for 1985's Trouble in the Jungle, which proved to be Stipanitz's swan song; he left immediately after the recording sessions were completed, resulting in a revolving-door drum slot for the next few years. Frankie Venom's increasing unreliability soon spelled his departure from the band as well, and Rave took over lead vocal duties starting with the 1987 EP Can't Stop Shakin'.
Other albums by Teenage Head. Trouble in the Jungle. Teenage Head with Marky Ramone. When Electric Guitar was released, it was hailed as a sort of comeback, and it features some of the most solid material and playing in a while for the band. The only problem is only half the band was remaining from the early days: singer Frankie Venom bowed out and was replaced by previous album guest Dave Rave (later of Agnelli and Rave fame, not of Skinny Puppy production fame), and the drumsticks changed hands, as well.
Teenage Head (Flamin' Groovies album). Teenage Head is the third studio album by the American rock band Flamin' Groovies, released in March 1971 by Kama Sutra Records. Released the same year as the Rolling Stones' classic album Sticky Fingers, Mick Jagger reportedly noticed the similarities between the albums and thought the Flamin' Groovies did the better take on the theme of classic blues and rock 'n roll revisited in a modern context.
Trouble in the Jungle.