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Young & Crazy (Bonus CD) (Dlx) DualDisc, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import


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  • Audio CD (22 Jun 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: DualDisc, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Krescendo
  • ASIN: B003KUSUT0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 330,349 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Young And Crazy 3:03£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Fall In Love Again 4:41£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Shoot To Kill (Original Sin) 3:51£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Turn Me On (Original Sin) 2:53£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Now You're On You're Own (Original Sin) 3:44£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Fall In Love Again (Original Sin) 4:28£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Young And Crazy (Original Sin) 3:18£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen17. Star Attraction (Original Sin) 3:09£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen18. Livin' Without You (Original Sin) 4:19£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen19. Take It To The Limit (Original Sin) 3:57£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen20. I Want You To Want Me (Original Sin) 3:28£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen21. Cat Got Ya Tongue (Original Sin) 4:07£0.79  Buy MP3 

Product Description

Taking their influence from the more glamorous side of rock so prevalent across the pond in the States at that time, Tigertailz added that little extra something that was undeniably British, and all the better for it. With the departure of vocalist Steevi Jaimz (due largely to his buying so readily into the rock star ethic) and the arrival of new vocalist Kim Hooker, the band quickly set about the recording of their most successful album release, Bezerk , which hit the stores in March 1990. This is, however, where it all began... The bonus disc included here contains the original recordings that were to make up Pepsi s planned debut album.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bob Grell on 4 Aug 2008
Format: Audio CD
This has just been re-issued.As per my previous review this album is the best thing tigertailz ever did as they had Steevi Jaimz who was/is still one of the best singer/songwriter/frontman the uk has ever spawned.from star attraction to hollywood killer this album is up there with the first two motley crue albums...forget the albums after with kim hooker as his voice and style just grate.this is the real deal.
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It was 1987 and me and mates were off to see tokyo blade at the old marquee in wardour street soho london and getting there with time to spare we walked in to see (support)the most o.t.t band we'd ever seen -Tigertailz.Totally amazing sounding,great stage presence,catchy songs and probably the best frontman this country has produced.all those who were there and subsequent gigs-especially queuing up for two nights at the headline gigs at the same venue,will probably agree that this band at this time were untouchable and the album young and crazy captured this perfectly.
With their uber-glam cool look and sneer you could be forgiven for thinking this was sleazy recycled hanoi rocks or a.o.r... no way!..this is crunching in your face metal with a great pop edge.better than any yank band doing the rounds at the time.
Every song on this album is great from the opening crunch of "star attraction" and "hollywood killer" with its catchy cautionary tales of living life in the fast lane to the future chart pop single "livin without you"(forget the release they re-did with another singer-its like a wet weekend) this album is complete..if you liked the first two motley crue albums you'll love this.
The x-factor of this album though is steevi jaimz,who really was(and still is) underated as a fine singer/songwriter and exceptional frontman.
Susequent releases with a new singer were boring,samey and uninspired compared to this blast of energy.
why no-one has put this out properly on cd beggers belief as it really is that good...........

.....we went to the pub next door halfway through tokyo blades set as it seemed boring after the first lot on stage......
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oliverio Casas on 4 Aug 2014
Format: Audio CD
Remember how back in the day "true" headbangers derided hair metal bands as "pansies who care more about their looks about their music"?
Well, I never agreed with that, since even if I was more of a thrash kid back in the day, I din't consider myself above liking hair metal... Mötley Crüe was the band that pulled me into metal originally, and the fact girls dug those bands gave us metal kids a common ground with the fairer sex, so I never had a beef with hair metal. Besides, Mötley, Poison, Ratt, Dokken, Cinderella and Winger, to name a few, were great pop songwriters who could, in some cases, surprise the listener with cool musical ideas or ferocious displays of interesting musicianship, so I never minded mixing Slayer, Metallica and Kreator with some hair metal in my walkman.
That said, besides Danger Danger, Tigertailz must be the worst hair/pop/glam metal band I've ever listened to, and it confirms the stereotype that opens my review.
The music in this CD is very raw and kind of punky, but despite the evident enthusiasm and attitude displayed by the band, TIgertailz sounds like a very bad Poison clone with sub par, hookless songs.
Personally, I don't mind the cloning bit, but even unoriginal, bottom of the barrel hair metal acts like Britny Fox could combine a good riff with one or two memorable hits and therefore deliver a good hair metal song now and then,something Tigertailz seems completely incapable of doing on this release... in fact, the only track that kind of stuck out in my head after repeated listenings was "Shoot to Kill", and that's only because the guitar riff is a blatantly ripoffs Duran Duran's "Hungry like the Wolf".
As far as I know, their second album was much better, and they managed to write a good hair metal single with "Love Bomb Baby", but this CD is just a confirmation of everything that could be really, really bad and embarrassing about hair metal back in the day.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Britain's answer to Poison and glam era Crue 11 Sep 2008
By Buck Dingo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Back in high school at the age of 15, my girlfriend picked this album up and shared it with me, and I was blown away. I was into sleazy rock like Crue/LA Guns/Faster Pussycat/Cats N Boots. This album fits right into my choice picks from that era. Their cover was obviously playing off Poison's Look What The Cat Dragged In. Their name is also a bit cheesy. But I'm recommending that you take a second look at this album in particular. Steevi Jaimz was singing for the band at the time and it was his voice that really helped them stand out. He has a Michael Monroe sound that is timeless. Every song could have been a hair metal hit. They are all catchy, fun, sleazy, and of course there is a solid ballad on there too. The band re-recorded Livin' Without You with their new vocalist shortly after Steevi left. In my opinion, the band lost the one element that really made them shine when they fell out with Steevi. Young and Crazy is one of the best hair metal albums of the 80's and should not be overlooked. Check out: Livin' Without You, Shameless, and Young and Crazy.
The Original, Unadulterated Embarrassing Hair Metal Archetype 5 Aug 2014
By Oliverio Casas - Published on Amazon.com
Remember how back in the day "true headbangers" derided hair metal bands as "pansies who care more about their looks about their music"?
Well, I never agreed with that, since even if I was more of a thrash kid back in the day, I didn't consider myself above liking hair metal... Mötley Crüe was the band that pulled me into metal originally, and the fact girls dug those bands gave us metal kids a common ground with the fairer sex, so I never had a beef with said sub genre. Besides, since Mötley, Poison, Ratt, Dokken, Cinderella and Winger (to name a few) were great pop songwriters who could surprise the listener with cool musical ideas or ferocious displays of interesting musicianship, so I never minded mixing Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Destruction and Kreator with some hair metal in my walkman.
That said, besides Danger Danger, Tigertailz must be the worst hair/pop/glam metal band I've ever listened to, and it confirms the stereotype that opens my review in every possible way...
The music in this CD is very raw and kind of punky, but despite the evident enthusiasm and attitude displayed by the band, TIgertailz sounds like a very bad Poison clone belting out sub par, hookless songs.
Personally, I don't mind the cloning bit, but even unoriginal, bottom of the barrel hair metal acts like Faster Pussycat could combine a good riff with one or two memorable hooks and therefore deliver a good hair metal song now and then,something Tigertailz seems completely incapable of doing on this release... in fact, the only track that kind of stuck out in my head after repeated listenings was "Shoot to Kill", and that's only because the guitar riff is a blatantly ripoffs Duran Duran's "Hungry like the Wolf".
As far as I know, their second album was much better, and they managed to write a good hair metal single with "Love Bomb Baby", but this CD is just a confirmation of everything that could be really, really bad and embarrassing about late 80s hair metal.
Awesome cheezy metal!! 24 Jun 2008
By Jeffrey Roth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I found this CD in a used bargain bin at a huge music store back in 1997. I had never heard of Tigertailz and knew nothing about them. But I've always loved bad/good 80s metal, and I just figured with a cover like that, the CD had to be worth $3.99.
I was definitely not disappointed!! This album is SO great!! And when I say "great", I mean great if you're looking for super mega distorted guitars and an over the top singer performing ridiculously catchy pop tunes...the classic recipe for extra-gooey 80s glam cheese!!
Seriously, this album is a must buy for anyone who would ever call themselves an 80s metal fan!
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