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Album: Youth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Better Now
2)    There's a Way
3)    Home
4)    How Do You Love
5)    Him
6)    Feels Like (It Feels Alright)
7)    Perfect to Stay
8)    Counting the Days
9)    Under Heaven's Skies
10)    General Attitude
11)    Satellite
 

Album: Youth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Better Now
2)    There's a Way
3)    Home
4)    How Do You Love
5)    Him
6)    Feels Like (It Feels Alright)
7)    Perfect to Stay
8)    Counting the Days
9)    Under Heaven's Skies
10)    General Attitude
11)    Satellite
 
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Performer Notes
  • Collective Soul: Ed Roland (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Dean Roland, Joel Kosche (guitar); Will Turpin (bass guitar, percussion); Shane Evans (drums, percussion).
  • Additional personnel: Dexter Green (guitar, piano, keyboards, programming); Chris Donohue (guitars, keyboards); Dave Angel , David Davidson (violin); Kris Wilkinson (viola); Sari de Leon-Reist (cello); Jim Hoke (saxophone); John Lancaster (piano); Joey Huffman (organ); Anthony J. Resta (keyboards, programming); Ryan Hoyle (drums, percussion); Kenny Cresswell (percussion); Melissa Mathes, Michelle Rhea Caplinger, Teresa Schaefer, Vanessa Davidson (background vocals).
  • Billed as Collective Soul's first independent album since its debut, YOUTH arrived a full three years after the group's previous effort, the compilation 7EVEN YEAR ITCH. The hiatus (and greater creative control) seemed to put Ed Roland and company in a positive place, as the record is an undeniably poppy, feel-good effort. "Better Now" declares the band's newfound confidence explicitly in the lyrics, and the music drives the point home, with a rock & roll guitar riff right out of the AC/DC songbook. "How Do You Love" and "Under Heaven's Skies" are moody, mid-tempo acoustic-guitar-driven tunes reminiscent of THE JOSHUA TREE-era U2. "Counting the Days" is a grungy rocker (with just a bit of twang) in the vein of the group's breakthrough single, "Shine." A welcome return to form that clearly shows Roland has lost none of his talent for hook-filled, punchy pop-rock, YOUTH is proof-positive that time off can rejuvenate even experienced hit-makers.
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (pp.82-4) - "[The album] shows they've retained their flair for shiny hooks and singable melodies." - Grade: B+
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