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Artist: Youngblood

Title: No Retreat

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2012

Label: Eonian Records

Catalog Number: ER00021


Bobby Sisk lead vocals
Jeff Diehl guitars, vocals
Eric Saylors guitars, vocals
Danny William keyboards, vocals
Kyle Koker bass, vocals
Kevin Kale drums

Originally recorded in 1989.


1.  Pump It Up     Listen
2.  Love Is All Around     Listen
3.  Sock It To Me     Listen
4.  Get Down To It     Listen
5.  Shot of You     Listen
6.  Heat of the Passion     Listen
7.  Save Your Lies     Listen
8.  Feel Thang     Listen
9.  Find a Way     Listen
10.  Taste of Your Lovin'     Listen
11.  Back in My Life     Listen
12.  Coming Home     Listen
13.  My One and Only     Listen
14.  Don't Play With My Head     Listen
15.  You Gotta Go     Listen
16.  I Love You     Listen

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From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: September 16, 2012 at 13:19
2nd rate SLAUGHTER but without the sheer class ! Still enjoyable anyway ! 77/100...

From: metalmaniac777 Date: September 26, 2012 at 13:17
Yep, there is most definitely a Slaughter vibe happening on this latest offering from Eonian Records. Most people would probably insist that Slaughter was the better band--and I certainly wouldn't go to blows to argue otherwise--but there are plenty of enjoyable songs on this album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 16, 2012 at 17:09
For me this album simply rocks!!!...good vibes in the songs and about the Slaughter comparisson,well,for each its own,probably the time it was released linked them to the aforementioned band because it has some touches here and there...the most outstanding thing in this band is the vocals done by Mr Sisk...tracks?,some,"Pump It Up"(cool),"Love Is All Around","Sock It To Me","Shot Of You","Taste Of Your Lovin'","Back In My Life"(great!,demo),"Coming Home"(beautiful,demo),"My One And Only" & "You Gotta Go"...recommended...90/100

From: Evil Rick Date: December 12, 2012 at 11:30
Great release! A fantastic mix of Steelheart and Slaughter IMO. Powerful, fist-pumping tracks that really gets the adrenalin flowing.

From: rallen399 Date: March 4, 2013 at 4:02
This cd is the best cd to come out in recent memory.Wayyyyy better then Slaughter and I think the comparison is the beginning of Heat of The Passion and Up All Night have a similar chord progression.The production here is second to none and the vocals are as good as I've ever heard, as good or better range and control as Milo from Steelheart and more power then Mark Slaughter.This was produced by the guitar player J.Diehl at his studio in Indiana and all the songs were written by the 2 main players here(Diehl,Sisk) Playing all instruments and writing all songs.There were 45 songs recorded for Sony and they picked these 16 for the 1st release that never happened.Great diversity here from full tilt rockers to great power ballads and up tempo party anthems.Its as complete of a cd as can be if this was released back in 89 when it was recorded Youngblood would be as famous a name as Skid Row or any of the biggest names from that era. Can't wait to here the rest of the 45 songs.98/100.

From: rallen399 Date: March 4, 2013 at 4:09
Another interesting note half of the guys here were in another almost huge band that recorded a cd and were on the verge of stardom "Wanted"-Too Hot Too Handle is the cd.

From: hair metal again Date: January 28, 2015 at 5:02
pretty good hair metal release by YOUNGBLOOD that was finally released by the brilliant EONIAN records!certainly a good band with sensational vocals and overall it reminds me of STEELHEART! the songs are ok ,but i cant find any big hits that could push things further!"heat of the passion","get down to it","pump it up" are the highlights!if you re a big fan of the genre get it asap!

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