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Wild Young Hearts new album "HOODLUMS" available now.




The Wild Young Hearts from Los Angeles, CA
 are definitely a breath of fresh air.  Listening to this album kind of took me back to a time when life seemed so free.  This music is inspiring, fun, and very time catching.  The first song on this project can relate to anybody that has been going through a hard time and feel like the world is against them.  Sometimes in life it feels like the Devil is your oldest friend.  I have been in situations before and doing wrong was the only way for me to survive, so this is a theme song for anybody that is going through hell just to make it.  The second song entitled ''Sad Songs'' was  also an interesting one.  I'm pretty sure many people have been through relationship problems that led to divorce or separation.  I think this is the type of music that high school students would have on their play list when they are in a rebel mind set.  Many artists and bands do not know how to capture the life style of the listener and I can say this band is definitely one that can.  Another favorite I have on this project is the CD Entitled song ''Hoodlums''.  It reminds me of music you would hear on a Tony Hawks pro skater video game.  I'm not a big rock n roll fan but I surely enjoyed playing this album.  The instruments are perfectly blended.  The lead vocalist has a great voice and sings his lyrics matching the tone and mood of the music.  This is something that many vocalists strive to master and I really believe this band is going to be legendary if they continue to write and record with such precision.  If I had to rate this album on a scale of 1-10 I would give this album a 10 for composition, delivery, subject matter and instrumentation.  I'm really looking forward to hearing more from this band and wish them well in their journey.



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