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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

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Welcome Back! 16 novembre 2004
Par Pyezahn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Thanks to digital locker, I've been listening to this CD for over a month now. It's truly a great CD from begining to end. In my opinion, it's a lot more pop-oriented, commercial, and listener-friendly than their typically 'heavy' rock material. They still have the same distinct sound that us fans have grown to love, it just doesn't have the same hard edge found on previous recordings. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that...bottom line is, it's still great music to listen to. Highly recommended...you wont' be disappointed.

There are a few gems on this CD, yet I still don't think there's anything 'ground-breaking' here, which is why I only gave it 4 stars instead of 5. I think this is truly a great CD, a nice way to get back into the groove, but they're only scratching the surface right now. This band is extremely talented and continually growing and improving with each new venture. I assure you that the next CD will REALLY blow us away.
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A step back...but at least it's a step. 3 décembre 2004
Par John P. Thompson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Collective Soul is back and well..they sound the same for the most part. The music is a little more experimental from their 90's stuff, showing that they haven't moved too far away from 2000's release, Blender. However, the Lyrics to Youth are a lot more uplifting than their last album.

As a fan of the downer lyrics off Blender: 10 Years Later, After All, Over Tokyo, Turn Around, and so on...it really is a change of pace to be hearing songs such as Under Heaven's Skies, Better Now, Satellite and so on.

The closest that Youth ever reaches to Blender's comfortable wallowness is on Him. The bouncy intro, it's questioning lyrics, and hypnotic outro just scream BLENDER! Thank you!

The worst song of the album is easily It Feels Like(It Feels Alright). A rocker gone bad, Ed's voice just sounds horrible during the chorus. However not as bad as the voice that joins in singing "It's alright" near the end. This song does NOT make me feel alright. Another reviewer said Counting The Days was a better rocker than this song and well yes, that's true, but I definitely think There's A Way has them both beat.

The best song hands down on the album is Under Heaven's Skies. The band said during a recent concert I attended that they wanted a rocker to be the first single...boy did they ever screw up. Counting The Days is a decent song, however this song would have owned the airwaves. Simply beautiful. Who could not buy this CD after they heard this song? Bad commerical mistake.

In review, there are a lot of great uplifting songs on this album to keep anyone who is in an optimistic mood happy. Collective Soul may have taken a step in a different direction than what I had hoped for but at least it is a step. Hopefully we won't have to wait 4 years for their next one.
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amazing sound from an amazing band 15 février 2006
Par Scott Jaklin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Youth is quite an album indeed. Certainly one of their best in my opinion, yet I would say that I also found Blender to be superb. In fact this is one of those rare bands that seem to put

out pretty much all good stuff...the track Feels Like- What I Like

is no exception. For one thing if a person expects speed metal

then by all means buy records from speed metal bands but it seems

that some reviews have dogged the latest Collective Soul cds being glossy. I'd answer to that this way...they seem to incorporate a few new things to the sound on every cd they put out, it's called experimentation. In the end the main portion of sound is about the guitar. The fact that they have incorporated other sounds as well shows me they are adept at utilizing what is available today to engineer something different from just purely guitar in standalone raw forms - there are plenty of bands that do this and that's all many do. I like the hard edge many of their songs have as well as slower more reflective tracks. Ed seems to write both very well. In fact this band has been my favorite since '95.

To see exactly how much the sound has changed maybe checking out

Ed E Roland's self titled Lp is a good idea. The original

"Over Tokyo" is on there, and actually is a great song, among others. I bought a copy of Youth in November of '04 when it came out and I still listen to it regularly, I can't say that about many other cds I've gotten.
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More of the same, but still awesome! 2 décembre 2004
Par Chris Tipton-king - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Youth is more of the same from the band we know and love... the guys who've been turning out #1 hits for years now haven't let us down. This album is excellent. Although nothing here is very original, it doesn't really matter- they've perfected their formula and they know what works, and there's no shame in doing what you do best. Here's my track-by-track take:

1. Better Now- Upbeat but probably the most out of place for Collective Soul- what's up with the saxophone solo? Nice try, but I'd rather they stick to guitars.

2. There's A Way- excellent, sing-along-in-the-car rocker; kinda pop-ish but still very Collective Soul.

3. Home- I could do without the corny intro, but the soaring chorus will catch you and you'll find yourself humming it often.

4. How Do You Love- MY GOD this is one of my new favorite songs- in the mold of Run, Needs and World I Know, this ballad (a melancholy "why don't you love me?" theme is how I interpret it) with its beautiful violins and heartfelt guitar solos will definitely have you pushing the repeat button.

5. Him- One of the weaker songs on the album in my opinion, in the vein of "Disciplined Breakdown" era songs. Not particularly memorable, but enjoyable all the same.

6. Feels Like (It Feels Alright)- This was one of the songs I had the pleasure of hearing live before it made it onto the album, and I like how it's developed. Probably the next single after Counting the Days, it is one of the two highest-energy songs on the album, perfect for driving around town with the volume up and the windows down. Given a choice between the two however, I think I'd favor Counting the Days.

7. Perfect to Stay- This mid-tempo track exemplifies the excellent songwriting which Ed Roland is known for.

8. Counting the Days- Another song I got to hear live, I'm glad the album version captures the same energy. Along the lines of "Why pt. 2," anyone celebrating their freedom from an oppressive relationship will sympathize. The guitar solo is not their best, but the catchy chorus, driving riff and tempo will keep your attention.

9. Under Heaven's Skies- Perhaps one of the best alternative/rock love songs ever written. Not many rock songs have simple, outright themes about love because it's easier and usually more interesting to write something dark. But Collective Soul hits home with this beautiful track, bursting with lofty U2-esque guitar solos and Ed singing his heart out. I'd place it with R.E.M.'s "Be Mine" and U2's "Sweetest Thing" among my favorite rock love songs.

10. General Attitude- The momentum of the album carries right through to the end with this upbeat track filled with their trademark hooks and riffs.

11. Satellite- Although not as memorable as Under Heaven's Skies as a Collective Soul love song, the slower Sattelite is no less sweet and honest. Kind of reminds me of Reunion from their self-titled album, although I can't put my finger on why.
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Recycler. 9 décembre 2004
Par Jason Stein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Youth" is the sixth album in ten years from Collective Soul. I don't know about other Collective Soul fans, but I was a bit disappointed by 2000's "Blender". It seemed that the band was beginning to be overproduced and glossy, losing some of its personality. "Youth" is just a continuation of "Blender". In fact, I can't believe the band had their longest period between albums to come back with this.

On first listen, I thought this album was great--catchy, memorable melodies with typical Ed Roland lyrics. However, with repeated listening this cd began to wear thin. The songs all started to blend into one another creating one big mud puddle pop-rock album that's overproduced and extremely glossy like all the other rock bands out there right now (take a pick: Vertical Horizon, Jimmy Eat World, Green Day, Linkin Park, etc.)

I have all six Collective Soul cds, and I believe 1995's "Collective Soul" to be the band's best followed by 1999's "Dosage". "Youth" has some great songs (as do all their albums) like "Home", "Better Now", "Him" and probably the best track "Feels Like (It Feels Alright)". The first single "Counting The Days" is good, but I don't think it was the proper first single the band/record label should have chosen. I also see that the band finished their contract with Atlantic records and moved to El Music Group, which must be an independent label. You'd think on an independent label Ed Roland would take more lyrical and musical risks to reap greater rewards, but instead he falls back on "Blender" and just recycles the Collective Soul sound.

So, if you are a Collective Soul fan like myself, pick up a copy of "Youth", you could certainly do worse. However, if you are a casual listener, I'd recommend starting with "Collective Soul" or "Dosage" or try their best of "7 Year Itch".
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