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Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Universal UK
  • ASIN: B00005QEO2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Eat The Rich
2. Love Me Two Times
3. Head First
4. Livin' On The Edge (acoustic version)
5. Don't Stop
6. Can't Stop Messin'
7. Amazing (orchestral version)
8. Cryin'
9. Crazy
10. Shut Up And Dance
See all 17 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Let The Music Do The Talking
2. My Fist Your Face
3. Shame On You
4. Heart's Done Time
5. Rag Doll
6. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
7. Angel
8. Hangman Jury
9. Permanent Vacation
10. Young Lust
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2001 issued digitally remastered anthology of the veteran Boston Rock band's best from their years spent on the Geffen Records label, 1995-1998. Out of the ashes of dissolved friendships and personal tumult came the surprising reunion of 5 friends who realized that after all is said and done, they only have themselves to rely on...for better or worse! And better it was indeed! The group sailed to even greater commercial heights with hits like "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)", "Angel", "Love In An Elevator", "Livin On The Edge", "Eat The Rich", "Amazing","Janie's Got A Gun", "Crazy", "Cryin" and many more. This selection provides the hits as well as pertinent LP tracks as well and unique live rarities.

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Aerosmith's reign as America's greatest hard-rock heroes seemed all but over at the end of the '70s, the victim of internal squabbles, drug abuse, and a cocooned, decadent environment. Set against that backdrop, their '80's label switch and resurgence--and an eventual iconic, widespread acceptance even more pervasive than during their "prime"--was initially as gratifying as it was unlikely. This double-disc, 34-track compilation of the Geffen years chronicles a not-so-young band clawing their way back to the top with a hungry frenzy that shamed many upstarts half their age. With all the high points intact (including their groundbreaking rock-rap redux of "Walk this Way" with Run D.M.C., "Rag Doll," "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)," "Love In an Elevator," "Janie's Got a Gun," "The Other Side," Cryin'" et al.), this compilation offers up the expected live extras (a handful of old hits and '90's staples), soundtrack cuts ("Deuces Are Wild" and the Doors' "Love Me Two Times") and sundry rarities (including the non-album cuts "Don't Stop" and "Can't Stop Messin'," B-side "Head First," and Japan-only "Ain't Enough")--though, sadly, no "Theme to Wayne's World." But by its waning tracks, it also documents the encroaching influences of hired-gun tunesmiths like Desmond Child and Glen Ballard, and the band's troubling tendency to hew ever closer to the middle-of-the-road as its fame burgeoned. Younger listeners may well treasure this album as a history of Aerosmith's golden years, B.D.--as in before Diane (Warren). --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is very good to excellent and the liner notes are well done.
Mad Dog
The end of the second CD contains four jems, live versions of "Fallin' in Love ..., Dream On, Hole in My Soul" and "Sweet Emotion".
"milkmanz2"
This CD is a great one to have in your Aerosmith Collection, It has the best of their music from the 80s and 90s.
missy

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is not a bad collection by any means. The remastering is excellent as both discs sound terrific, even better than I remember them sounding on the original albums. One reviewer questioned as to whom this collection was intended for? I have to agree. Die-hard fans will likely have most of this material already. The bulk of the collection is taken from the albums, "Permanent Vacation, Pump, Get A Grip, Big ones" and "A Little South of Sanity." If you already have these albums, then you really don't need this collection. There's a couple of B-sides, rarities and the Run-DMC version of Walk this Way, but not enough to warrant getting this set if you have the above-mentioned albums. If you are new to Aerosmith, or on a budget, then you can't go wrong with this collection. For myself, it was perfect as I did not want to spend the money on all the albums that the tracks in this collection come from. So, if economics are a concern for you, this is the best Aerosmith album to get as it's a nice summary of the band's work from the 80's through the 90's.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Docendo Discimus on July 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Young Lust - The Aerosmith Anthology" chronicles Aerosmith's Geffen-years from the mid-eighties onward.
Gathering 34 singles, album tracks and live cuts, it offers a fine retrospective, and it manages to include almost all of the best songs from Aerosmith's last six studio albums. This is pretty much all that the casual fan will need.

Having said that, I would have preferred a leaner version of "Amazing" to the orchestrated one included here, but the acoustic rendition of the hit "Livin' On The Edge" is really good, and Run-DMC's take on the sublime hard rock song "Walk This Way" is included, too.
The live versions of "Dream On" and "Sweet Emotion" are sort of pointless, though, and those two should have been left off in favour of two or three more songs from the band's Geffen years, but the selection is generally very good, and small flaws like those I just mentioned don't really ruin the overall impression.

The MTV-staples "Dude (looks like a lady)" and "Love In An Elevator" are here, as well as power ballads like "Angel", "Cryin'", and "Crazy", the underrated blues shuffle "Hangman Jury", the melodic (and disturbing) "Janie's Got A Gun", and several other smashes like "The Other Side", "What It Takes", and the hard rockers "Eat The Rich", "Head First", "Let The Music Do The Talking", "Rag Doll", and "My Fist Your Face".
"Young Lust" also includes and excellent version of the Door's "Love Me Two Times", as well as "Deuces Are Wild", "Blind Man" and "Walk On Water", the three previously unreleased songs from Aerosmith's earlier Geffen compilation, "Big Ones".

This well-annotated double disc compilation is the best available overview of Aerosmith's latter-day output. Get this one, and the excellent box set "Pandora's Box" for the 'Smith's seventies classics, and you're set!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I know if you are an Aerosmith fan you most likely have 99 percent of the material already. However, there is that 1% of new stuff. Also, I have to say this is one of the sexiest covers of all time. I don't know what it is about this album but I love the cover! I know, pathetic but I am being honest. I love Aerosmith, but if it wasn't for the cover, I wouldn't have bought it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill Allison on March 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've never been what you would call a huge Aerosmith fan, but over the years, I've owned several of their albums and I consider "Pump" to be one of my favorite rock-albums of all time. In my opinion, that was their most consistent album and I can still never get tired of playing the thing. Songs like "the other side", "what it takes", and "love in an elevator" never wear out their welcome and always manage to bring back memories of my child-hood. Permanent Vacation also had some good tunes, as well as Get a Grip and Nine Lives, but I never made the effort to buy ALL of them. I guess this set was put together for casual fans like me and I'm really glad for having picked it up. On here, are 34 songs culled from their Geffen years and, in all honesty, there really isn't a weak track. I liked the double-live set "A Little South of Sanity" and I find it a little puzzling that they would include the live version of "Hole in My Sole". But, then again, that's just me. Also, we get "Deuces Are Wild" from the Beavis and Butthead Experience and "Blind Man" from the 1994 greatest hits "Big Ones".
This is a fantastic "hits" package and my only complaint is that there wasn't more stuff from Nine Lives. But oh well, can't have everything. All in all this is a solid buy that even the rabid fans may want to have. It's good times.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Hunt on March 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
If someone were new to the band Aerosmith I would definitely recommend two CDs,one would be this collection and the other would be "O'Yeah" between these 2 collections the casual fan would have all the essential Aerosmith tunes recorded both during their Columbia career and their Geffen career

sure,some of the songs are repeated,but the bonus and hard to find tracks are well worth buying both sets

in fact,even if you are like me and own every Aerosmith album,it's still worth buying both collections for the convenience of having all the songs on 2 easy to carry CDs and of course for the bonus materials

normally I'm very irritated by bands that release numerous 'greatest hits' packages (for example,Kiss,Iron Maiden,Heart,Def Leppard,Motley Crue,Poison,to name a few) but in the case of Aerosmith I would definitely recommend this one and 'O Yeah' ,as for the original 'greatest hits' collection,it is all songs from the 70s and all the songs can be found on 'O Yeah' except for 'Remember' and 'Come Together' but you can either download those two songs (legally of course) or buy the CD since it is relatively inexpensive,same with the latest 'greatest hits' package,it features all the same songs found on these 2 collections except for 2 new songs (which are both really good) but can be legally downloaded very inexpensively

back to the point here...this CD collection 'Young Lust' features the songs from the bands Geffen years,and does a nice job of covering every album from that time period (unlike 'Oh Yeah' which ignores 'done with mirrors' completely) and shows why the band dominated the airwaves and MTV throughout the late 80s early 90s...
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