Friday, April 25, 2008

Y&T - 1990 - Ten

By the time Y&T released Ten in 1990, they were well past their prime, but they at least had the chance of riding the tail end of the hair-metal era. However, Ten just didn't deliver the goods. "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" has a good riff, but much of the record lacks a strong hook -- it's just well-produced, slick mainstream metal without much style or flair. It's no surprise that the group packed it in (albiet temporarily) shortly after the release of Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music

1. hard times
2. lucy
3. don't be afraid of the dark
4. girl crazy
5. city
6. come in from the rain
7. red hot and ready
8. she's gone
9. let it out
10. ten lovers
11. goin' off the deep end
12. surrender

pw - satanschurch

1 comment:

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