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We're Not in This Alone
Youth of Today
We're Not in This Alone
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Revelation: 59 Unavailable for years "We're Not In This Alone" was the ultimate record for the straight edge hardcore powerhouse, Youth Of Today. Originally released on Caroline in 1988 this album featured one of the most...  more »

      
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All Artists: Youth of Today
Title: We're Not in This Alone
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Revelation
Release Date: 11/18/1997
Album Type: Original recording remastered
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 098796005927

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Revelation: 59 Unavailable for years "We're Not In This Alone" was the ultimate record for the straight edge hardcore powerhouse, Youth Of Today. Originally released on Caroline in 1988 this album featured one of the most impressive line-ups in hardcore history; Ray Cappo (Shelter, Better Than A Thousand) on vocals, Porcell (Shelter, Judge, Gorilla Biscuits) on guitar, Walter (Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits) on bass and Sammy (CIV, Judge, Side By Side, Gorilla Biscuits) on drums. The songs on "We're Not In This Alone" are born from the band's dedication to straight edge, positive living and the strength of the both the individual and of a generation. Full of energy and inspiration this record was an essential step in the development of hardcore. Completely remastered and designed with tons of rare, previously unissued photos and complete lyrics.

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Greatest Record in Existance
M. C Wright | Indianapolis, IN USofA | 03/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Yes you heard me, none can match the greatness of said album. This is the blueprint of except it is more exciting than any ordinary blueprint my friend, this is rad in full real life color homie. Anyway, it's hard to explain why this is so great, it's self evident honestly. This is where your favorite sing alongs were birthed from, intense lyrics (some say preachy and I say "ha" to that) and a voice that is like no other. Everyone wants Ray Cappo, I know I do. Anyways, this is the archetype of records, the pinacle the first classic full length. break Down the Walls is hyped to , it's decent but it's not solid or consistent. Honestly kid if your like, I need to have the greatest record ever recorded, you'd be a full not to include this in your collection.

A FOOL!

Post Script: I wrote this on a computer with a really retarded internet filter, so words like "death" and "hardcore" got filtered out, like you cannot type the word "hardcore" into the internets on that computer, it'd get erased. Needless to say I could edit this but when I really think about it, this is not only the greatest hardcore record, but it's the greatest record ever, so I'll keep it the way it is, I just thought it was really humorous."
Take..a......stannnnnnnddddddddddddddddd!!!!
Christopher S. Revell | Clear Spring MD | 04/04/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well we all know where we can rank this record. Defiently a landmark in the straight edge revolution, which ranks at the very top since the post Minor threat era. If you are into the " class of 88" bands, this is the one to pick up. Angry, motivated, and determined were YOT. Their agenda did not sit well with everyone, but to each his own. This is a classic that shouldnt be without in any collection."