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F**k The Golden Youth - The Mint Chicks - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: The Mint Chicks

The Mint Chicks make spazzy, heavy, poppy music with lyrics about things like sports teams, love, death, obsession, and drug addiction. Turn ons: the Buzzcocks, comic books, A Clockwork Orange, Refused, speedfreaks, Devo, At the Drive-In, Flying Nun Records, Public Image Ltd, bright colours, black, the Beach Boys, Naked Lunch, Slayer ringtones, Pro tools, Miles' electric period, Grand Theft Auto, Black Sabbath, ring mod pedals, psychedelia, Roy Orbison, and the Locust.

Playing packed-out little venues in New Zealand since 2002, the Mint Chicks (singer and wurlitzer piano player Kody Nielson, bassist Michael Logie, drummer Paul Roper and guitarist Ruban Nielson) have climbed all the PA's, back flipped off all the drum risers, bloodied all the fingers, scrapped all the haters, broken all the hearts, ripped all the clothing, bashed all the microphones and smashed all the bottles in preparation for the release of their newest and most exciting record: 'Crazy?Yes!Dumb?No!'.
For more information check out the muzic.net.nz Profile for The Mint Chicks
F**k The Golden Youth debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 11 April 2005. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for one week with a highest position of #28. There are five albums by The Mint Chicks in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for F**k The Golden Youth:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
11 Apr 2005 Top 40 Albums 28

Chart placings by The Mint Chicks:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! Top 40 Albums 04 Sep 2006 7 23
Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! 10th Anniversary Edition Top 40 Albums 25 Apr 2016 1 24
F**k The Golden Youth Top 40 Albums 11 Apr 2005 1 28
F**k The Golden Youth: 10th Anniversary Edition Top 40 Albums 27 Apr 2015 1 20
Screens Top 40 Albums 23 Mar 2009 2 10
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