Teenage Death Star – The Early Years ’88-’91 Backyard Tapes
13 years on after “Longway to Nowhere” the esteemed band from 2008, Teenage Death Star, is back with a new album. Well sort of. This album boasts 21 tracks recorded in the early days of Teenage Death Star, if you think the band is all over the place now, wait until you hear these 21 tracks. It captures everything that TDS stands for, the famed expression: “Skill is dead, let’s rock”
The album took a lot of salvaging recordings from as early as 30 years ago. Files were lost, scraped and fixed in order to make this happen.
The band also roped in David Tarigan, Agan Harahap and Ahmad Rizzali to design three alternate covers and two digital posters for this release.
No need to elaborate further, this is a momentous moment for a band that can create a career out of 9 songs in 2008. By that logic, we can expect them to last until 2047 at least.
This release is an exclusive to The Store Front. Comes with 7 bonus tracks, 3 different cover arts and 2 digital posters.
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“I thought this day will never come. A TDS release. I don’t think I can justify this release further, but if you’re not familiar with TDS, you have the privilege of listening to this album first and then listen to the next album “Longway to Nowhere” – you’ll see how TDS came together sonically.”