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I Was A Teenage Tree

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In 1999, Philippine rock band Teeth released I Was a Teenage Tree, the band's third full-length album. Unfortunately, I Was a Teenage Tree furthers the artistic decline that began with the group's second album, Time Machine, in 1997. Teenage Tree is devoid of interesting ideas, and seems a rehash of previously explored territory done just as weakly on Time Machine. The album was produced by Rico Blanco, talented member of popular Philippine rock band RiverMaya, but his trademark creativity isn't in evidence here. As with Time Machine, I Was a Teenage Tree is permeated with reverb-drenched guitar, which doesn't allow much room for diversity. Some attempt is made, though, in the acoustic beginning of "We Are the Same," which also contains intriguing keyboards. Unlike the band's first album (1995's Teeth, which contained many catchy, melodic songs presented within a hard rock context), there isn't much enjoyable melody to be heard on I Was a Teenage Tree. Most of the material seems redundant and pointless, heard to soporific effect on songs such as "Shooting Star," "Hyperkinesis," "Road Bends," and "Head On." One of the album's better songs is "Sorry," which contains some semblance of melody; still, the song doesn't live up to its full potential. The songs' guitar chord progressions contain more imagination and melodic flair than the songs themselves. I Was a Teenage Tree may signal the end of Teeth's career. ~ David Gonzales

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BMX 00:03:48

Mike Dizon, Composer, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

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Shooting Star 00:04:28

Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Andrew Sergio, Lyricist - Mike Velasco, Composer

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

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Unleaded 00:04:48

Mike Dizon, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer, Lyricist - Andrew Sergio, Lyricist - Peding Narvaja, Lyricist

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

4
Hyperkinesis 00:04:15

Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer - Andrew Sergio, Lyricist

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

5
Sorry 00:03:54

Mike Dizon, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Glenn Jacinto, Composer, Lyricist

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

6
Road Bends 00:04:14

Mike Dizon, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

7
Puwing 00:04:38

Mike Dizon, Lyricist - Raymund Marasigan, Composer, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

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We Are The Same 00:04:27

Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Andrew Sergio, Composer, Lyricist

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

9
Head On 00:02:54

Mike Dizon, Composer - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer, Lyricist - Andrew Sergio, Composer

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

10
Darating 00:05:18

Mike Dizon, Lyricist - Rico Blanco, Producer - Angee Rozul, Mixing Engineer - Teeth, Arranger, MainArtist - Jerome Velasco, Composer

1995 WEA International Inc. 1999 WEA International Inc.

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In 1999, Philippine rock band Teeth released I Was a Teenage Tree, the band's third full-length album. Unfortunately, I Was a Teenage Tree furthers the artistic decline that began with the group's second album, Time Machine, in 1997. Teenage Tree is devoid of interesting ideas, and seems a rehash of previously explored territory done just as weakly on Time Machine. The album was produced by Rico Blanco, talented member of popular Philippine rock band RiverMaya, but his trademark creativity isn't in evidence here. As with Time Machine, I Was a Teenage Tree is permeated with reverb-drenched guitar, which doesn't allow much room for diversity. Some attempt is made, though, in the acoustic beginning of "We Are the Same," which also contains intriguing keyboards. Unlike the band's first album (1995's Teeth, which contained many catchy, melodic songs presented within a hard rock context), there isn't much enjoyable melody to be heard on I Was a Teenage Tree. Most of the material seems redundant and pointless, heard to soporific effect on songs such as "Shooting Star," "Hyperkinesis," "Road Bends," and "Head On." One of the album's better songs is "Sorry," which contains some semblance of melody; still, the song doesn't live up to its full potential. The songs' guitar chord progressions contain more imagination and melodic flair than the songs themselves. I Was a Teenage Tree may signal the end of Teeth's career. ~ David Gonzales

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