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Formed: 1989 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Teenage Fanclub emerged from the Glasgow C86 scene. Their sound is reminiscent of West Coast bands like the Beach Boys and Byrds, and their seventies counterparts Big Star. Originally a noisy and chaotic band, their first album A Catholic Education is largely atypical of their later sound, with the possible exception of "Everything Flows". The King, their next album, was widely panned; it consists of a number of self-confessedly shambolic guitar thrashes and an ironic cover of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" (also demolished by Sonic Youth in their Ciccone Youth guise). The album was produced at great speed in order to fulfil the terms of an existing American record deal with Matador Records.
Their next album Bandwagonesque, released on Geffen in the US and Creation Records in the UK, brought Teenage Fanclub commercial success. The album was more deliberately constructed, the hooks became stronger, the guitar riffs were brought under control, and the harmony vocals took shape. Bandwagonesque won Spin magazine's 1991 end-of-year poll for best album, beating Nirvana's Nevermind, their Creation stablemates My Bloody Valentine's album Loveless, and R.E.M.'s hugely successful Out of Time
The follow-up, Thirteen, is more grungy than Bandwagonesque in style; it suffered scathing reviews at the time of release, possibly motivated by a backlash against the critical praise heaped on Bandwagonesque and also instigated in part by the group who with typical honesty (and probably fatigued by the protracted recording process) did not hide their disappointment with the album from interviewers. Brendan O'Hare left Teenage Fanclub during this period due to "musical differences" and was replaced by Paul Quinn (formerly of the Soup Dragons).
Grand Prix, Teenage Fanclub's fifth album, was both a critical and commercial success in Britain becoming their first top ten album. It was released at the height of britpop and almost certainly benefitted from being released on Creation records. In America they failed to regain the ground that Thirteen had lost them. Around this time Liam Gallagher of Britpop giants (and labelmates) Oasis called the band "the second best band in the world"second, of course, only to his own outfit. The album was demoed with Duncan Cameron (Producer) at Riverside Studios (2) in Busby. This must have been some success, as they recorded both versions of the single Neil Jung with him, along with many singles from their back catalogue.
Songs From Northern Britain followed Grand Prix and built on the former's success. The album's folky, acoustic sound resonated with listeners, as it is their highest charting release in the UK and contains their biggest hit single to date (Ain't That Enough).
Their next album Howdy! (released on Columbia Records in the UK after the demise of Creation) continued the sound of Songs from Northern Britain. The album, however, was poorly marketed and was a commercial failure. Francis MacDonald rejoined as the drummer for the tour supporting the album.
In 2002 they released Words Of Wisdom And Hope with cult-icon Jad Fair of Half Japanese.
Their final release on a Sony label, Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Shortcut To Teenage Fanclub, collected the Fanclub's best songs along with three new songs (one from each member).
A new album, Man-Made, was released on May 2, 2005 on the band's own PeMa label.Man-Made was recorded in Chicago in 2004, and produced by John McEntire of Tortoise.

Members:
-Norman Blake.
-Raymond McGinley.
-Gerard Love.
-Francis MacDonald.
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