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Artist: Girl

Title: Wasted Youth

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Girl Wasted Youth Album Cover


Category: Glam/Hard rock

Year: 1982


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Phil Lewis vocals
Phil Collen guitar
Gerry Laffy guitars
Simon Laffy bass
Pete Barnacle drums


1.  Thru the Twilight  
2.  Old Dogs  
3.  Ice in the Blood  
4.  Wasted Youth  
5.  Standard Romance  
6.  Nice 'N' Tasty  
7.  McKitty's Back  
8.  19  
9.  Overnight Angels  
10.  Sweet Kids  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Reno Date: July 24, 2003 at 20:01
Another decent glam album from these guys. A little on the harder side as well. Simple, but straight forward glam rock in the style of New York Dolls, Sweet and Kiss

From: Jez Date: July 25, 2003 at 9:20
Good second release, but nowhere near the outstanding debut that was 'Sheer Greed'. Some of the tracks are definately 'Filler' Material, but there are redeeming qualities in ' Thru The Twilight' ' Old Dogs' and The title track. If you have to get a Girl Album, definately go for the debut first though.

From: Dean Date: February 11, 2004 at 2:24
Easily one of my faves of all time. IMO no filler, just killer street glam sleaze. I would love to hear these tunes re-recorded with a better production. Never understood why this one bombed but oh well. Almost anything that Phil Lewis sings on is killer.

From: manos Date: June 30, 2004 at 13:46
I bought this on cd mainly for documentary reasons as I am a huge Def Leppard & LA Guns fan...This album reflects how was life for Collen & Lewis before joining these two mega-bands. The quality of this album is weak and maybe it's early release date (1982) is a big excuse: Glam Metal in 1982 was at an embryonic stage and was not yet an established musical style. Consequently you can find here, old-school production, weak guitars, no soul, no personality, no songs...Pass

From: Dean Date: June 30, 2004 at 18:19
No personality? No way dude- give it a few more listens-it's older sound might throw ya off but once you get past that, this one rocks. Sorry you didn't like it. To me it ranks as one of my favorites.

From: Beikes Date: October 5, 2005 at 7:14
This is by far the better album from GIRL, a little harder but a lot more melodic, and as a hole it's one of the finest releases from UK that year. There were some killer tunes on the debut, but on this one there are no fillers at all.

From: hair metal again Date: December 10, 2014 at 7:49
superb release by GIRL and i totally agree with Dean !this is one of the pre -hair metal releases that made the connection of the classic hard rock scene with what was about to come ,mostly from the States!attitude,sound,songs,personality ,street feeling this one has it all and i really feel i ve listened to something ahead of its time!essential for real hard rockers

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