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American Teen - Music From The Motion Picture

by Various Artists

American Teen - Music From The Motion Picture by Various Artists

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American Teen - Music From The Motion Picture

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Label: StarTime International/Columbia
If you based your knowledge of the modern American teen on this soundtrack to the 2008 Sundance award-winning documentary, you'd assume the kids are quite fond of Canadians, the British and a decade they weren't even alive during (the '80s). The collection includes tracks from the Cure-adoring Black Kids; the UK's Ting Tings, Frou Frou and Sunny Day Sets Fire; and Canadians Patrick Watson, the Unicorns and the New Pornographers. While the mix may be indie-abroad biased, its themes hit the emotional chords of anyone battling with twitchy hormones, first kisses and feeling misunderstood.

About This Album

If you based your knowledge of the modern American teen on this soundtrack to the 2008 Sundance award-winning documentary, you'd assume the kids are quite fond of Canadians, the British and a decade they weren't even alive during (the '80s). The collection includes tracks from the Cure-adoring Black Kids; the UK's Ting Tings, Frou Frou and Sunny Day Sets Fire; and Canadians Patrick Watson, the Unicorns and the New Pornographers. While the mix may be indie-abroad biased, its themes hit the emotional chords of anyone battling with twitchy hormones, first kisses and feeling misunderstood.

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About This Album

If you based your knowledge of the modern American teen on this soundtrack to the 2008 Sundance award-winning documentary, you'd assume the kids are quite fond of Canadians, the British and a decade they weren't even alive during (the '80s). The collection includes tracks from the Cure-adoring Black Kids; the UK's Ting Tings, Frou Frou and Sunny Day Sets Fire; and Canadians Patrick Watson, the Unicorns and the New Pornographers. While the mix may be indie-abroad biased, its themes hit the emotional chords of anyone battling with twitchy hormones, first kisses and feeling misunderstood.