On Teenager of the Year, his second solo album since the demise of the Pixies, Frank Black adopts a slightly less sprawling sound but maintains his penchant for turbulent, eclectic pop. Even when spewing obscure lyrics, he’s an unabashed romantic-but one more likely to be smitten with technology, cosmic phenomena, or a long-lost video game (“Whatever Happened to Pong?”) than with anything as mundane as love or relationships. Poetic visionary or lovable crackpot? You be the judge. A-
Teenager of the Year On Teenager of the Year, his second solo album since the demise of the Pixies, Frank Black adopts a slightly less sprawling sound but...Teenager of the YearRock On Teenager of the Year, his second solo album since the demise of the Pixies, Frank Black adopts a slightly less sprawling sound but...1994-06-03
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Frank Black
Posted June 3 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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