Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Youth Gone Wild 4
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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Deep cuts from teh 80's
5150 | lakeville, mn. United States | 07/18/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"beyond the obvious slaughter and enuff z'nuff songs,much of this disc is more obscure tunes from the 80's.at the time i can recall hearing these songs on the radio in semi-often rotation.junkyard and every mothers nightmare were pretty coll bands.there was so many bands around at the time alot of these did'nt stay on the airwaves.a good collection though."
Best of the Best
gregg abbate | Florida, USA | 01/08/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"These cd's are great. They give a great overview of some awesome songs of the 80's glam rock period. They also have a few songs that I was not aware of. They really turned me on to some lesser known bands. Five Stars forthis cd and all the rest in the series."
Still good, but the first three volumes are better
birddogger5150 | Roseville, MN USA | 08/20/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The fourth volume in the series shows that the well was starting to run dry for the 80's glam metal compilation. Of the 16 songs here, the tunes by Warrant, Slaughter, and Autograph are all bona fide classics of the era. Elsewhere, Tora Tora, Enuff Z'Nuff, Danger Danger, and Junkyard have excellent songs that were briefly in regular rotation on MTV. Most everything else is quite a bit heavier than typical 80's fare, and probably got some air time on "Headbangers Ball" and likely no place else. Other than Metal Church or Stryper, I can't even recall most of these bands even being the opening act on tour for any major band. That's not to say that these songs aren't GOOD, it's just that if you're throwing a big 80's metal party and want to throw on your "Youth Gone Wild" CD's, this is the disc that people won't recognize most of the songs from. Having said that, if you're a big fan of hair/glam/cheeze metal, then TNT's "10,000 Lovers (In One)" is quite possibly the best song you've never heard. Kinda makes you wish you'd caught it when it first came out back in the late 80's. That song along with front line tunes like "Up All Night", "Down Boys", and "Turn Up The Radio" make this one worth owning. The rest is good for historical reference, but I can guarantee I'll never be rummaging through my collection and say "Hey, `Future World' - there's a song I've been dying to hear.""