"Long-lost 1993 radio sessions from England's cheekiest punks SKINNED TEEN, who were born of the world-changing influence of early Riot Grrrl and whose music exemplifies the liberatory sound of teenage girl joy and do-it-yourself punk abandon. SKINNED TEEN is the answer to the question "what is the sound of freedom?" for girls whose idea of teenage kicks is reading Nancy Drew, a band who told all the kids that the best things to do on a rainy afternoon are commit crimes, take to the streets, and have a disco. This recording — which features Niki Eliot of HUGGY BEAR — captures SKINNED TEEN's timeless anthems for youth emancipation. Absolutely perfect sounds to get us through the doldrums of modern life at the end times." Golnar Nikpour
200 copies pressed
2/2 Riso covers, printed at Oddities in Kansas City.