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A long, hot summer on, Young For Eternity fulfils all their early potential: "I Want To Hear What You Have Got To Say" and "Oh Yeah" barrel along with the raw, adrenalised energy of Nirvana or The White Stripes--full-bodied, powerful anthems that lose none of their live passion in the studio setting. Lunns oft-stated admiration for Oasis surfaces on "Mary", a sort of amped-up "Shes Electric" thats actually, rather sweetly, a love song from singer to bassist. Ms Cooper, too, however, has a pretty great voice: more grit-edged rock bitch than cooing indie-waif, it invests the likes of "Oh Yeah" and "City Pavement" with a smouldering--nay, flat-out roaring--chemistry thats all the more engaging because its actually 100% genuine. --Louis Pattison
I had never heard of them before I saw them but they really impressed me.
I can see this album appealing to a really broad range of music fans, so I definitely expect wide airplay when it arrives in stores.
I would classify them as Indie Rock along the lines of Franz Ferdinand but they raise the bar with this great effort.
The LP title seemingly lives up to this trio's ambitions as they have the energy & enthusiasm to just do that as all three work together so well. Read morePublished on March 4, 2012 by R.Cooper
I loved "All or Nothing" by the Subways and decided to buy their "Young for Eternity" CD. Well, let's just say it is nowhere close to the enjoyment I received from "All or... Read morePublished on February 27, 2010 by Frank G. Wetteroth
The Subways were definately one of the best newcomers to the indie rock scene in 2005. They're kind of like The Vines in that half their songs are Beatles-esque and the other are... Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by Mark Twain
I listened to so many of the new Brit groups lately. The Editors, The Cribs, Cinematics, The Clientelle. etc. I was surprised with what this group had in store. Read morePublished on July 15, 2008 by Vicente A.
Young for Eternity
This album is an incredible bit of rock! These guys (And girl) rock their hearts out! Are very fun and funny, and their music is just a blast! Read more
The first song i hear was the first track. After hearing to the whole album i can definetly say that i enjoyed the whole album. I especially enjoyed the girls voice its very goodPublished on September 2, 2007 by J. Flores
The Subways are a great indie rock band. All the songs are very good. Definite must have for any respectable indie collection.Published on June 27, 2007 by N. Walp
It's a good record. Saw them on Craig Ferguson and ordered it that night. All the songs are pretty good, and they're all basically high energy straight ahead power trio. Read morePublished on November 5, 2006 by David DeHetre
I haven't heard them on the radio. (++) Hip UK band with a good mix of talent being shown on the CD. Read morePublished on September 26, 2006 by James ODonnell