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Youth


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 16 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B0003QJRK0
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,098 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Better Now
2. There's A Way
3. Home
4. How Do You Love?
5. Him
6. Feels Like (It Feels All Right)
7. Perfect To Stay
8. Counting The Days
9. Under Heaven's Skies
10. General Attitude
11. Satellite

Product Description

Hit-makers Collective Soul have announced the release of their new CD Youth on November 16, 2004 through their own newly formed label El Music Group. Youth is the Georgia rockers' sixth studio album and their first studio album since 2000's critically acclaimed Blender.

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By A Customer on Nov. 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
As soon as one listens to "Youth", you'll be thrown into one of the greatest songs written by Collective Soul. The first track is worth the price of admission - I couldn't stop playing it. I bet that the Soul's concerts will begin with that song from now on. The rest of the album falls in the "good" category - some songs stronger than others but it's the first tune that will rock you. The rest will definitely grow on you and you'll love the album - Collective Soul is the best rock band out there. My rating of 3 out of 5 stars is based on my first listen - as the album grows on me, as I know it will, the rating will go up - many hits expected from this album. Welcome back boys.
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By "skanks" on Feb. 21 2005
Format: Audio CD
Sort of a broaden extension of whatever their last album was. Ed still uses that good ol' keyboard since experimenting on Dosage onwards (Anyone who disses this instrument must go back ten years.) Musical scope has changed dramatically since the alternative boom (Bands came and went. Good or bad). Good reason to give this album a try then if you were around 1995 (Like I was 14. Heh.) Hey, it's not too late to try this baby out. Want a good beginning, get the their 'blue' album in their heyday. Get the compilation for those (like me) who don't wanna search in complete vain for that CD or even a pack of CDs you wanna get specifically.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a great album. Plain and simple. The guys have never sounded better. 'How Do You Love' is a really good song, that should get major airplay. There are songs that have the band bringing in orchestral instruments that are exceptional. You can play this album over and over and never need to skip past a song that you don't want to listen to. The album flows and energizes. YOU NEED THIS ALBUM IN YOUR CD LIBRARY!
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Format: Audio CD
One of Collective Soul's strengths is that their songs sound different from one another. This is no exception with Youth. From the beautiful 'Under Heaven's Skies' to the upbeat 'Counting the Days' and 'Home', each song has a different quality. I recommend Youth to any Collective Soul fan, and for those who haven't heard of this group, give their songs a listen.
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