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Title: Young Gods
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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 314 511 060-2
bass, backing vocals
Bruce John Dickinson
lead vocals, acoustic guitar
keyboards, piano, Hammond C3, backing vocals
|1. ||Back Door Man ||5:53|
|2. ||Boneyard ||5:20|
|3. ||Young Gods (Stand Up, Stand Up) ||4:58|
|4. ||I Ain't Gonna Cry ||4:47|
|5. ||The Wildside of Life ||3:22|
|6. ||Product of the Working Class ||4:37|
|7. ||That's My Kinda Life ||3:14|
|8. ||Juvenile Offender ||4:52|
|9. ||She's a Little Angel ||3:12|
|10. ||Sweet Love Sedation ||3:59|
|11. ||Radical Your Lover ||3:47|
|12. ||Natural Born Fighter ||4:58|
|13. ||Feels Like the World Has Come Undone (featuring the Angels' Anthem) ||4:06|
|14. ||Take It Off Japanese Bonus Track ||3:18|
|15. ||Revival Japanese Bonus Track ||3:47|
|16. ||Jump the Gun Japanese Bonus Track ||2:48|
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|Total Running Time:|| 66:58|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 25, 2001 at 20:00|
|Of the 4 full cd's LA's released this is by far the best. Such kicking tunes from the start and it doesn't stop. Highly recommended if you are into bands like Bon Jovi and the like. Nice work man.
||Date: May 26, 2001 at 5:46|
|Differs from the European release which has 2 substituted tracks. Obviously 2 more radio friendly tracks were put onto the U.S. release above to help crack the market. Track 9 was originally Love Is A Gun, and track 11 was Smoke In My Eyes. Two excellent songs that were more in the spirit of the rest of the album. Those details out of the way, this is an excellent album either side of the Atlantic.
||Date: April 2, 2002 at 23:28|
|wow didn't know that, the covers were different too. the one i have is very english. Love is a Gun 9/10 excellent track!
||Date: April 4, 2002 at 12:17|
|Nowhere near as good as the first. Mediocre and forgettable. I Ain't Gonna Cry is good though.
||Date: June 8, 2002 at 10:29|
|Beloved by the UKs little girls at the time, I never really got them as the tunes were too weak. Initially sub Bon Jovi they then moved onto become poor mans Bryan Adams. The keyboard played shagged by bird too.
||Date: July 22, 2002 at 1:22|
|michael lee is ver handsome!!!
||Date: August 19, 2002 at 19:24|
|They had the teenybopper appeal, but they also had great songs. This is a strong album track for track. I still pop this one in from time to time.
||Date: September 8, 2002 at 4:39|
|Yes, they have a teeny image at first glance, but in fact their musical skills are far beyond. They are like talented clever school boys. The songs in the album are still relevant melodies in today's time. "I ain't gonna cry" is still a nice ballad. "The wildside of life" has a very sweet piano solo. (It can even be a typical Elton John song!) In my copy there are two beautiful songs which are not included here: "Love is a gun" and "Smoke in my eyes". Highly recommended for pop-metal fans.
|From: Trick Taylor
||Date: December 18, 2002 at 22:31|
|Decent, but not as heartfelt as "Don't Prey For Me". You can tell they going for the sell-out home run with Bon Jovi hooks galore. These Brits can pluck a hook, but the whole thing sounds hokey after a while. "Juvenile Offender" ranks up with BF's "Save the Weak" as one of the stupidest songs of all time. And why another version of "Radical Your Lover"? This proves the Brits were miles behind the hair train, but still worth the $3 it can be found for. Too Posh To Mosh sucked.
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 27, 2004 at 20:22|
|This album starts off great. The first four tracks lead you to thinking this is going to be one great aor/hard rock album, but by song ten, you realize that you have had enough and then there are still three more songs (six on the import) to go. If kept to ten songs, this could have been very good instead of just average. 5/10
|From: ALEXX GLAM
||Date: July 1, 2004 at 13:21|
|I CANT BELIVE WHAT YOU GUYS SAYING THIS CD IS SO STRONG TRACK BY TRACK
||Date: July 16, 2004 at 8:28|
||Date: January 26, 2005 at 15:21|
|this album sucks!the edgy metallic guitar sound of the first record gave away to a '60's-'70's influenced type of pop-rock!(?)there's no guitar explosion in here!the band sounds too compromised comparing to the first cd.it reminds me a bit of Bon Jovi's Keep The Faith.the best thing on this cd is Bruce Dickinson's guitar solos,that still remain incredible!(when he doesn't abuse a banjo or a harp or something...!)dissapointing for anyone who has a little headbanging blood inside him/her...
||Date: December 18, 2005 at 18:02|
|bought it years ago on cassette, loved it....recently bootlegged it (the euro version) and still love it!! support your right to download tunez for free, sometimes its the only way to find this old stuff...
||Date: June 25, 2008 at 10:54|
|I picked this disc up years ago and it really has some great songs on it although the band name has no appeal.I like the way they incorporate the horns into the music. Reminds me of the when all these groups started to use symphonies. My fave songs are tracks 4,7,11 and track 13 Feel Like the World Has Come Undone is a killer ballad. 81/100
||Date: August 14, 2008 at 8:47|
|Another very good album from the Angels ! Feels Like the World Has Come Undone is my fave on this album. Product of the Working Class and Radical Yor Lover are awesome as well. These guys put a almost rock opera sound on there songs and pull it off very well. Recommended. 87/100
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 8, 2011 at 18:37|
|Yeah guys recommendable album!!! ...Toby Jepson (nowadays lead singer of the Scottish rockers Gun)is awesome in here..."That's My Kinda Life","Sweet Love Sedation" & "Radical Your Lover" are my 3 faves off the album but another goodies such as "Boneyard","Young Gods(Stand Up,Stand Up)"I Ain't Gonna Cry"(solid mid tempo),"product Of The Working Class" ( ) ,"She's A Little Angel"(excellent) & "Feels Like The World Has Come Undone" (great vocal/piano song) are also pretty worth too...in general lines a fine release...94/100
||Date: January 24, 2012 at 13:17|
|i discover this band only now in 2012.it is not a big error from me.this record is very weak.their melodic rock is influenced by bon jovi,aerosmith and even lynyrd skynyrd.but unfortunatelly they have not the talent and the class ot these 3 legends.the singer is like his band very very average.he is far far far away from johnny van zant ,jon bon jovi or steven tyler.little angels is a little band who stay a second zone band.the sound of the keyboards is a nightmare limit ridiculous.i have the feeling that s it is a child who play keyboard.the 3 bonus tracks for japan import have absoluty no interest.the songs are bads.the sound is rotten and different than the 13 first songs.forget this cd keep your money!!!!!!!!!
|From: hair metal again
||Date: July 4, 2020 at 15:32|
|very good album for LITTLE ANGELS even though is my last fav of them mostly because of that overdose of horns,piano and all such staff that they tried to add in their music,as i preferred their previous sound!of course they re very good musos and they can write down big songs like "boneyard" and "aint gonna cry" and i really dig the guitar solos as well!good stuff
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