by Collective Soul
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Youth 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To start with, this is their best CD since "Dosage". Tends to sound like that cd and their self titled third cd. "Blender" was a wrong turn that thankfully seems over. New guitarist adds a few new sounds without compromising signature sound. I will miss R. Childress, but was surprised I enjoyed this cd so much.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Going back to the best on this one.. Not to many ballads, solid rock. Overall one of, if not their best by far...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a solid Collective Soul CD, great songs, but a very short CD. You would think after a three year break, they could come up an effort that lasts longer than 30 minutes.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What happens when a successful band - finally free of the restrictions of being on a major label - reinvents itself? The answer can be heard across the latest release from Georgia-based Collective Soul. “Youth” is an 11-song disc that recalls the magic of Tears for Fears’ 2004 reawakening with “Everybody Loves a Happy Ending.” From the instantly-infectious crunch of “Counting the Days” to the intoxicating “Perfect to Stay,” this is an outstanding return by a band that seemed to have disappeared following the release of “Blender” in 2000. While there are hints of the post-grunge outfit that scored big with hits such as “Shine,” “December” and “The World I Know,” this is a more wide-ranging release. From beautiful ballads such as “How Do You Love” to post-glam Cheap Trick-meets-David Bowie rockers like “Feels Like (It Feels All Right)” and “Under Heaven’s Skies,” the Ed Roland-fronted band continues to artistically outdistance its Southern rock contemporaries (3 Doors Down, Seven Mary Three, Matchbox Twenty).
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