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JAMES YOUNG GROUP - Raised By Wolves - CD - **Mint Condition**
JAMES YOUNG GROUP - Raised By Wolves - CD - **Mint Condition**


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James Young Group

Raised By Wolves

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Whitehouse-Absolute

Catalog Number: No. 5

Average Rating: 68 / 100 (4 ratings)


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James Young electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Hank Horton fretted and unfretted basses, vocals and Percussion
Ken Harck drums, percussion and vocals
Michael Baran electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Lou D'Pasqua keyboards, acoustic guitar and vocals
Tracks 1 and 5 written by Donnie Vie and Chip Z'Nuff
1.  Faith, Love, And Hope  3:57
2.  Don't Get Mad  4:30
3.  Into The Fire  6:57
4.  Heart's Not The Same  5:18
5.  Amazing Grace  3:00  Cover: (Traditional)
6.  Love (And Love Alone)  5:18
7.  Let's Do It Everywhere  3:39
8.  Heaven In Your Heart  5:09
9.  City Of Holy Faith  5:35
Total Running Time:  43:23

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: January 27, 2004 at 13:19
Reasonable good record, not the Styx class, but worth a listen. This is very obscure. Don't know how many people have a copy of this one ? ! It was never promoted, and I don't know if people knew it was ever released. Strange !, certainly with James Young on board. Very strange. What do you think of this one ?

From: Geoff Date: February 5, 2005 at 1:01
I tried to sell this a few times on ebay, but every time I put it in the stereo to hear what it sounded like to describe to buyers, I was made to realise it's actually pretty damn good and I kept holding onto it. Still have it today. It's not great, but this is a good CD with top class musicianship. Reminds me a little of a slightly lighter and not as melodic CITA. Don't ask me why as it's a wild comparison... but just what I feel

From: juan carlos Date: December 7, 2008 at 0:17
Average HardRock with a good production. "Into The Fire" is an enjoyable track, "Heart's Not The Same" is just ok or "Let's Do It Everywhere" typical track, the best tracks here. Good Chorus but not a good album to me. 7/10

From: Delbert Date: May 2, 2014 at 12:17
The songwriting contributors are Chip and Donnie from ENUFF Z' NUFF along with a couple of tracks from Glen Burtnick. Basically, the style is like an AOR STYX release without the major talents of Tommy Shaw and Dennis De Young.

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