In retrospect itâ€™s hard for me to get overly excited about TEENGENERATE, a mid-90s Japanese garage punk band who were a hit with the kidz at the time. They did everything right and yet almost never strayed from an unerring template of fast, buzzsaw-raw, distorted â€™77-meets-â€™81 splatter-punk, with harshly barked vocals and way, way too many covers. Sort of like a whiplash version of early RADIO BIRDMAN or first-LP RAMONES. In the end they won a few hearts, taught a few youngsters how to pogo, and then splintered up into a couple new, similarly laser-focused bands. There is one 45 of theirs that lords mightily over the rest of their catalog, as well as over their likewise unimaginative peers. Itâ€™s a 1-sided, two song 45 that came out in 1995 on Rip Off records called â€œOut of Sight/Pushinâ€™ Me Aroundâ€. An absolutely note-perfect, louder-than-loud blast of punk rock blur, with both songs clocking in well under two minutes. A perfect candidate for the â€œtonearm repeatâ€ feature on your 1970s-era turntable. Or in the digital age, downloading â€˜em right here.