The history of one-person pop-punk bands is not exactly a long and storied one. I’m sure I’m missing some, but I can think of exactly one previous example: Adam Goren, a high-school chemistry teacher from Philadelphia who spent about a decade recording and touring as Atom And His Package. The Package was a cheap, bloopy electronic kit, and Goren would use it to back him up as he sang nasal-clever songs about whatever. And he did this in a full-on punk rock context.
She also contributed vocals on Childbirth's Women’s Rights album for Suicide Squeeze Records. Adult Teen was recorded and mixed by Eric Randall (Tacocat), mastered by Carl Saff, with artwork by Faye Orlove. Adult Teen is out June 24, 2016 on Father/Daughter Records with a limited cassette release on Miscreant Records. released June 24, 2016.
Adult Teen (LP, Album, Ltd, Ult). Father/Daughter Records. Adult Teen (CD, Album).
Solo pop-punk act Lisa Prank follows up her quirkily appealing 2014 EP, Crush on the World, with Adult Teen, her debut full-length and first for Father/Daughter Records. Denver native Robin Edwards adopted her punny stage name - a parody of 1980's Trapper Keeper/sticker baron Lisa Frank - in 2013 when she began performing as a one-woman band, singing and playing guitar to the tinny beats of an old Roland drum machine.
Lisa Prank’s Adult Teen is a vibrant trapper keeper of an album. Lisa Prank’s first LP delivers a personal and endearing one-woman pop punk outpouring of emotions that should resonate with teens and post-teens alike. The thematic pull can best be summarized by a single song title, Luv is Dumb.
Lisa Prank, ADULT TEEN With summer lying in wait, Lisa Prank is coming out of hibernation and embracing the sun. Robin Edwards' Seattle-based solo project has gained a dedicated following thanks to her expert marriage of a bubbly sound and all-too-relatable lyrics. Following 2014's exceptional Crush on the World, Lisa Prank returns with a breezy but focused collection of meticulously crafted bedroom pop gems. She also contributed vocals on Childbirth's Women's Rights album for Suicide Squeeze Records.
|2||Luv Is Dumb|
|3||Heart 2 Heart|
|4||Best Of Everything|
|6||Take It All|
|7||Baby, Let Me Write Yr Lines|
|8||Why Can't We Just Dance?|
|10||Turn It Up|
|11||I Want To Believe|
- Manufactured By – Pirates Press
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 142568M
NotesFirst pressing (/600):
Ultra Clear w/ Heavy Multicolor Splatter /100
Hot Pink /200
Black /300 (THIS)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 634457720916
- Matrix / Runout: 142568M1/A PIRATES PRESS - FD038 A
- Matrix / Runout: 142568M2/A PIRATES PRESS - FD038 B
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|none||Lisa Prank||Adult Teen (File, FLAC, Album)||Not On Label||none||US||2016|
|MCT 025||Lisa Prank||Adult Teen (Cass, Album)||Father/Daughter Records||MCT 025||US||2016|