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Title: Youth Gone Wild: Heavy Metal Hits Of The 80s Vol. 4

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Compilations Youth Gone Wild: Heavy Metal Hits Of The 80s Vol. 4 Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Rhino Records

Catalog Number: 75322

Personnel

Various

Tracks

1.  Up All Night - Slaughter  
2.  New Thing - Enuff Z'Nuff  
3.  10,000 Lovers (In One) - T.N.T.  
4.  Walkin' Shoes - Tora Tora  
5.  Walls Come Down - Every Mother's Nightmare  
6.  Naughty Naughty - Danger Danger  
7.  Down Boys - Warrant  
8.  D'Stroll - D'Molls  
9.  Hollywood - Junkyard  
10.  Heartbreak Blvd - Shotgun Messiah  
11.  Future World - Pretty Maids  
12.  Set Me Free - Heathen  
13.  Calling - Leatherwolf  
14.  Turn Up The Radio - Autograph  
15.  Badlands - Metal Church  
16.  To Hell With The Devil - Stryper  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jimbo Date: July 30, 2004 at 20:17
The track list says it all: New Thing; 10,000 Lovers; Down Boys; Turn Up the Radio... This CD is a great jumping off point for anyone interested in 80's hair metal. However, most fans of the genre probably own most of these classic cuts already. I myself bought this CD just to check out some bands I didn't know much about (Enuff Z'Nuff in particular) and I can honestly say there isn't a bad song on here.

From: Fizz Date: July 31, 2004 at 22:23
Of the four Youth Gone Wild CD's, this one has theleast number of obvious choices. But really ... Metal Church? Don't get me wrong, I like the band and thesong, but I'm not sure if it belongs on this CD. A better pick would've been something from, say, Sleez Beez or maybe Hardline.

From: Blue Tequila Date: August 1, 2004 at 1:39
Actually Fizz, although I see what you're saying about the type of music not fitting w/the rest of the tracks here, "Badlands" was what swayed me to get this one. I loved the song but didn't care too much for the rest of the album so when I saw it here with the other great songs it was a no brainer. Kudos to whoever put this compilation together.

From: Dean Date: August 1, 2004 at 4:00
Hey Fiz- i see what you're saying but if you're going by that argument -what about Heathen,Pretty Maids, and Leatherwolf? I think it's kinda cool because some people think of 80's metal as just Crue, Poison, Warrant,etc. This comp kind of shows there was more going on than just commercial metal. A good comp except for I'm not a Slaughter fan at all but besides that one, I own every one of the other discs.

From: Fizz Date: August 2, 2004 at 2:46
Yeah, Blue Tequila, "Badlands," "Fake Healer" and "Of Unsound Mind" are the only songs off that Metal Church album that I really like. I prefer their first two records, even with the awful screeching of David Wayne.

From: Big Papa K Date: August 4, 2004 at 23:39
The last entry in the Youth Gone Wild series is also the least consistent. By sticking to one song per band, they have run dry of hits, save for the Warrant, Autograph and Salughter songs. The rest of the disc consists of some good minor hits (TNT, Pretty Maids, Shotgun Messiah) with some crap (D'Molls and Every Mothers Nightmare). I will agree with the others, Metal Church does not really fit well on this album, despite "Badlands" being a good track. 8/10

From: metalalways Date: April 12, 2010 at 22:06
Pretty cool compilation of lesser known bands this one is one of the better Heavy Metal Hits Of The '80s Compilations you go from bands like Shotgun Messiah and Every Mother's Nightmare to Leatherwolf and Metal Church i'll listen to this one quite often.


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