Teenage Kicks

Some articles on teenage kicks:

Teenage Kicks (TV Series)
... Teenage Kicks is a British sitcom starring Adrian Edmondson, Ed Coleman and Laura Aikman, filmed at Teddington Studios ... The opening theme tune is "Teenage Kicks" by the band The Undertones ...
The Undertones - Casbah Rock
... By the summer of that year the concerts the Undertones performed would include the song "Teenage Kicks", which had been written by guitarist John O'Neill in the ... On 16 June 1978, the band recorded their debut four-song EP "Teenage Kicks" on a budget of only £200 ... The title song became a hit with support from John Peel, who considered Teenage Kicks his all-time favourite song, an opinion he held until his death in 2004 ...
Nouvelle Vague (band) - Appearances in Media
... Their versions of "Just Can't Get Enough" and "Teenage Kicks" have both been used in adverts in the UK ... Their version of The Undertones' "Teenage Kicks" was also used on an advert for the second series of The Inbetweeners ...

Famous quotes containing the words kicks and/or teenage:

    The techniques of opening conversation are universal. I knew long ago and rediscovered that the best way to attract attention, help, and conversation is to be lost. A man who seeing his mother starving to death on a path kicks her in the stomach to clear the way, will cheerfully devote several hours of his time giving wrong directions to a total stranger who claims to be lost.
    John Steinbeck (1902–1968)

    In the continual enterprise of trying to guide appropriately, renegotiate with, listen to and just generally coexist with our teenage children, we ourselves are changed. We learn even more clearly what our base-line virtues are. We listen to our teenagers and change our minds about some things, stretching our own limits. We learn our own capacity for flexibility, firmness and endurance.
    —Jean Jacobs Speizer. Ourselves and Our Children, by Boston Women’s Health Collective, ch. 4 (1978)