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The Undertones formed in Derry, Northern Ireland, in 1975 and released their follow up album ‘Hypnotised’ in 1980 which peaked at #6 in the UK Charts.
The themes on this title follow suit of their debut, focusing on teenage angst, boisterousness, and heartbreak. Though Hypnotised is notably both lyrically and musically more sophisticated than it predecessor.
The album contains 14 punky pop classics, with a slightly tougher edge than the unfailingly sweet-natured debut. The giddy love rush of the title track is matched by some of Feargal Sharkey's most exuberant vocals, and the snotty "What's with Terry?" and "My Perfect Cousin" are yet more perfect slices of adolescent frustration.
This reissue is the first time the bands highest charting release has been pressed on red colour vinyl.
More Songs About Chocolate And Girls
There Goes Norman
See That Girl
Under The Boardwalk
The Way Girls Talk
My Perfect Cousin
Boys Will Be Boys
Girls That Don't Talk
Nine Times Out Of Ten
What's With Terry