Sound — 9
'Teenage Licks' is a cheap, but a great compilation of some of the greatest guitar intros in the world. This three-disc album contains some of the greatest artists such as 'Gary Moore', 'Deep Purple' and 'Thin Lizzy'. Also, there are some covers of legendary rock songs, such as Free's 'Wishing Well', performed by a band named Terrorvision. This album starts off quite well with 'Walk This Way' by Aerosmith and 'Smoke On The Water' by Deep Purple. This album can also be a treat for Thin Lizzy fans as this album contains two from the band which were 'Whiskey On The Jar' and 'The Rocker'. There are other great songs on this album such as 'No More Heroes' and '10538 Overture' and will be an ideal gift for any rock people.
Lyrics — 9
Lyrics are good, the singing skills are good, and that's why they've picked some of the greatest songs to make up this compilation. But not a majority of people will buy this album for the lyrics, but the music itself. No one actually cares about the lyrics anyway.
Overall Impression — 9
You can buy 'Teenage Licks' for around 7-10, which is an extraordinary price for a three-disc album. If you buy this album, you're in for a treat. The most impressive songs on this album are Thin Lizzy's 'Whiskey In The Jar', The Knack's 'My Sharona' and Jimi Hendrix's 'Voodoo Chile'. What I love about this album is that it's too good to be cheap. What I hate about this album was that they have spelt some of the names of the songs wrong, like 'Whishing Well' instead of 'Wishing Well'. If this album got stolen/lost, I would definitely buy it again, especially if it is going for a cheaper price. To end this review, 'Teenage Licks' is a cheap but great compilation of some of the greatest guitar intros in the world.