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Teenage Fanclub

Yasi and Ben Gibbard discuss Teenage Fanclub’s emergence from the fertile Scottish rock scene of the late ’80s as a fully formed power pop band that went on to lead a long, prolific, and often surprising career

Teenage Fanclub Perform At Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Photo by Roberto Ricciuti/Redferns


Teenage Fanclub emerged from the fertile Scottish rock scene of the late ’80s as a fully formed power pop band and went on to lead a long, prolific, and often surprising career, from beating out Nirvana to land the top spot on SPIN’s Best Albums of 1991 list to teaming up with De La Soul for a song on the legendary Judgment Night soundtrack to being anointed Liam Gallagher’s second favorite band (after Oasis of course) and so much more. Joining Yasi to discuss his number ONE favorite band is Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service frontman Ben Gibbard.

You can follow Death Cab for Cutie on Twitter at @DCFC.

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