…And Don’t the Kids Just Love It

…And Don’t the Kids Just Love It is the debut album by English post-punk band Television Personalities, released in January 1981 by Rough Trade Records. It was recorded in 1980 by the lineup of Dan Treacy, Ed Ball, and Mark Sheppard. The album marked the band members’ first full-length work, following several singles recorded with various associated projects, including ‘O’ Level and Teenage Filmstars.[3]

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1981 studio album by Television Personalities
…And Don’t the Kids Just Love It
Studio album by

Released January 1981 (1981-01)
Recorded 1980
Studio Mount Pleasant (London)
Genre
Length 37:21
Label Rough Trade
Producer Vic Hammersmith-Broadway
Television Personalities chronology
…And Don’t the Kids Just Love It
(1981)
Mummy Your Not Watching Me
(1982)

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [3]
Record Collector [4]
Record Mirror [5]
Spin Alternative Record Guide 8/10[6]
Uncut 9/10[7]

The album’s cover features a photograph of model, actress, and singer Twiggy with actor Patrick Macnee, best known for his role in the British television series The Avengers.[8]

Fire Records reissued the album in 1990 and 2009 in the United Kingdom, while Razor & Tie reissued it in 1995 in the United States. In 2002, Pitchfork listed …And Don’t the Kids Just Love It as the 64th best album of the 1980s.[9]

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All tracks are written by Dan Treacy.

Side one
No. Title Length
1. “This Angry Silence” 2:39
2. “The Glittering Prizes” 3:01
3. “World of Pauline Lewis” 2:38
4. “A Family Affair” 2:36
5. “Silly Girl” 2:49
6. “Diary of a Young Man” 3:59
7. “Geoffrey Ingram” 2:15
Side two
No. Title Length
1. “I Know Where Syd Barrett Lives” 2:34
2. “Jackanory Stories” 3:04
3. “Parties in Chelsea” 1:41
4. “La Grande Illusion” 3:33
5. “A Picture of Dorian Gray” 2:13
6. “The Crying Room” 1:59
7. “Look Back in Anger” 2:40

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