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Mouthful Of Love

Young Heart Attack Audio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (13 April 2004)
  • Label: Pid
  • ASIN: B000A2POOA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

1. Mouthful of Love
2. Starlite
3. Camino
4. Tommy Shots
5. (Take Me Back) Mary Jane
6. To the Teeth
7. Sick of Doing Time
8. Over and Over
9. In Luck
10. Misty Rowe

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rock and Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 21 May 2004
Format:Audio CD
Young Heart Attack - Mouthful of Love
For their first album YHA really have pulled out all the stops because this really is one hell of a rock'n'roll roller coaster of an album. YHA hail from Texas and when listening to their album you really do get the feel that effortless Texan swagger.
One of the things that makes YHA so unique is that they have both a male and female vocalist. Instead of one singing half the songs and the other the other half, they take turns within most of the songs. Almost as if they are competing all the way through the song to see who can make the best rock and roll screeches. The end result is barrages of ferocious all-out rock songs such as "Over and Over" and "Starlite" which are quite simply brilliant.
Although the singles such as Tommy shots and Mouthful of love give the impression YHA is just a full out rock as hard as you can band. They also make sure you know they can kick back and slow it right down through songs such as the superb Mary Jane. Hopefully YHA will be around for a long time to come as they are exactly the kick up the back side rock and roll so badly needs. They have certainly set the benchmark high for their next album to live up to, but with what seems to be such an effortless and cracking album I believe they will.
If you like The Datsuns, The Darkness or Jet's debut efforts you will love this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't have too much of a good thing... 30 Jun 2004
Format:Audio CD
I saw this lot supporting Motorhead last year and they clearly stood out from the others on the bill. They made you realise the difference between sincere, quality music & an excuse for it -The Wildhearts were next on the bill and were embarrassing in comparison.
The album is a breath of fresh air. Clearly the band have listened to AC/DC once or twice, but that's no bad thing and this stuff sits pretty comfortably with the best that the Angus et al have to offer. There are one or two tracks that are not as good as the others but when the album as a whole is so good then that's a minor point.
I've listened to rock n' roll of the harder variety for about 25 years and you know when a band is a cut above the average. This lot has stardom written all over them. If you could buy shares in bands I'd put my house on them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Short and sweet 30 May 2004
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is old fashioned guitar oriented rock very much in the mould of the Black Crowes, AC/DC and the like
The lyrics are nothing to write home about (Girls/Rock n roll etc etc) but musically the songs are well crafted and the execution is pretty good without being showy.
But what really distinguishes Young Heart Attack from being run-of the mill rock-radio filler material is the excellent harmony/counter singing between the male and female lead singers.
With the current vogue for guitar rock, YHA may do pretty well, but in any event this album is worth a spin.
Something that is worth noting is that the CD clocks in at a meagre 34 minutes .
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Quality Rock from Young Heart Attack 1 Jun 2005
By Mitch
Format:Audio CD
This band just get better and better. I'm not going to repeat what the other reviews have said about Young Heart Attack's musical and vocal abilities. I've been going to rock gigs for almost 30 years and after seeing Young Heart Attack live in London, I just had to buy the album when it came out. It was well worth it. This album conveys the incredible energy of their songs magnificently.
If you want a modern up to date encapsulation of the quintessential essence of rock - This is it! Seminal influences can be recognised and if you know your Rock Pantheon you will pick up the cheeky little musical references. However, they just serve to inseminate the ova of Young Heart Attack's own original creativity. It is developed and incarnated and Young Heart Attack's music springs like a torrent of freshly spawned piranha instantly devouring any apathy or lassitude your soul may harbour.
This band deserve to make it big.
See them live for the Real Deal!!
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