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Artist: Y and T

Title: UnEarthed Vol. 2

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Meniketti/Meanstreak Music Co.

Catalog Number: BMM00002

Personnel

Dave Meniketti Vocals, Guitar
Joey Alves Guitar
Phil Kennemore Bass, Vocals
Leonard Haze Drums, Vocals
Jimmy Degrasso Drums

Tracks

1.  Face To Face  3:44
2.  Ashes To Ashes  3:27
3.  Get Tough  3:40
4.  Showdown  3:20
5.  Love Has No Cure  3:55
6.  Help Me Hear Me  4:38
7.  New Kid In Town  4:12
8.  Long Time Coming  4:04
9.  Dance Dance Dance  5:05
10.  Crazy Make Love  3:26
11.  Over Under  3:18
12.  Hands Of Time Acoustic  5:09
13.  Bad Bad Girls  4:09
14.  Take Me  3:20
15.  More  4:26
16.  Lucky Night  4:33
17.  Love Don't Come Easy  4:18
18.  Cheap & Easy  4:52
  
Total Running Time:  73:36

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From: Jez Date: November 28, 2004 at 12:39
Another case, as with the latest Bon Jovi Box set extravaganza, of unreleased stuff being worth the bother. As with Volume 1, this contains some excellent material, including tracks they worked on with Ronnie Montrose. Sound quality is also very good for a bunch of mainly demos (better than some bands actual proper releases that have been released over the last few years). Lets hope there is plenty more in the vaults for future releases, or even better and brand new studio album proper.

From: Rocker76 Date: December 3, 2004 at 6:30
Hey Jez, at what point in Y&T's career does this album draw from? From the early days on to recently? Thanks for any help!

Heavy Harmonies Volunteer
From: Jez Date: December 4, 2004 at 5:45
The tracks are from 1974 through to 1989. Most are from the 86-88 period - outtakes from the 'Down For The Count', 'Contagious' & 'Ten' releases, along with the aformentioned Ronnie Montrose stuff.

From: Chad Date: December 5, 2004 at 0:00
Thanks for the info Jez. I agree, Meniketti and the boys need to get together and record a new album. The world needs more Y&T tunes. Stellar sound, songwriting and attitude all spells Y and T! Love this band. All they do is put out quality music.

From: Rocker76 Date: December 6, 2004 at 13:25
Thanks Jez! And Chad, I couldn't agree more with you. Y&T are one of my all-time favorite hard rock bands and they were so much better than their labels would allow. Saw them in concert about 2 yrs ago and they blew the roof off the club. When so many bands were trying to fit in and get a foot in the door, Y&T were already ahead of them, paving the way. But they just always seemed to be cast in the shadows of younger hard rock bands. Long Live Y&T!

From: AOR freaky Date: January 16, 2005 at 11:26
Perhaps the best pure hardrock act, together with the mighty Legs Diamond, ever ! Even a demo-album with leftovers from these guys is better than what 990f the other hardrock acts release ! STUNNING BAND ! And yes : they need to release a NEW CD ! Me and a lot of other fans can't wait ! Dave, c'mon, man !

From: cvansickle Date: February 10, 2005 at 12:29
A great collection. I liked this one better than the first Unearthed CD. The Montrose stuff is killer. I always thought that A&M totally wasted Y&T. They were far and away much better than the majority of the 80s hair bands. 'Black Tiger' and 'Mean Streak' are two of my all-time favorite albums. I saw Y&T in the middle slot between Twisted Sister and Dokken in 1984. They only had 40 mins to play, and I wish they had given us more Y&T.

From: Geoff Date: October 31, 2005 at 23:18
Another amazing collection of songs. As with the first collection, these all appear to have been recorded in IMO the bands best era, when they were a more melodic hard rock band. As noted above, the sound is awesome, as are the songs. Especially towards the end this album starts clocking up the killer tracks. Really, an excellent album again from these guys. Love these 2 unearthed collections...

From: hair metal again Date: September 11, 2009 at 10:17
one of the biggest bands in hard rock music releases a collection of songs that didnt make it through the official albums.the songs are so good ,impressive i mean.what can i say about those guys, they are so capable of real hard rock music.most of the songs are from the "ten" ,"contagious" era ,so you can understand the sound of this release.overall it is an excellent collection,essential for hard rock maniacs


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