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Evenground - Electric Sound For Tomorrow's Youth flac album Performer: Evenground
Title: Electric Sound For Tomorrow's Youth
Style: Punk
Released: 1998
MP3 album: 1689 mb
FLAC album: 1125 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Rock

Electric Youth is a Canadian synth-pop duo from Toronto, Ontario. Garrick and Griffin have been dating since the 8th grade. Their initial breakthrough came in 2011 when their song "A Real Hero", created in association with College, was prominently featured in the movie Drive. The song was written by Garrick, in part about Chesley Sullenberger and the crash landing of Flight 1549.

Electric Youth is the second album by American singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson, released January 24, 1989 on Atlantic Records. It is the highest-charting album of Gibson's career, staying at the top of the US Billboard 200 albums chart for five weeks, and reaching number 8 on the UK Albums Chart. As with her debut album, Out of the Blue, all tracks were written by Gibson, and she single-handedly produced six of the tracks.

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Youth is the foundation of a future rebel, a social doctor and the owners of tomorrow who carry the potential to design a better society. In that case, it is us who must take the responsibility of the coming generations and make them fall in the queue for making a sustainable future for themselves. Before we tell them what they must do, it is important to realize their opinion is more crucial than ours – present in its diverse and stimulating nature. Remember, to make the world a better place we should empower the young spirit. What is more amazing is that even children below the age of 20 are going on to prove that age can certainly not be a perimeter towards the unearthing of one’s true potential. Who forgets the 12 and 14 year old techie brothers who not only became the founders of Go Dimensions but also developed eleven different apps.

As the sun starts rising, warming up the sand Gonna wake this time to further on the plan And with an early start the world is in your hands But as the clock strikes noon Still right there where I stand But you know The day's not nearly done And you're not the only one With desire to see it through. So let's say If not today.

I even started working for a company that ran large success seminars for adults who wanted more out of life. And that’s when I started thinking, Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way for teenagers to learn this stuff and help them to avoid the common pitfalls? So I took the principles I had learnt and developed Empower U. Now, after 15 years and over 23,000 thrilled participants, your child finally has their own chance to experience Empower U.

It is the highest-charting album of Gibson's career, staying at the top of the US Billboard 200 albums chart for five weeks, and reaching number 8 on the UK Albums Chart. Electric Youth (album) history. Electric Youth (album) encyclopedia. Electric Youth (album) facts.

Electric Youth (album). Studio album by Debbie Gibson. 1988 at Z Studio, Brooklyn, Sorcerer Sound, The Hit Factory, and Soundtrack, New York City. Pop, dance-pop, bubblegum pop, pop rock, freestyle. Electric Youth (Atlantic LP 81932) is the second album by Debbie Gibson, released January 24, 1989 on Atlantic Records. It is the highest-charting album of her career, staying at the top of the Billboard 200 Albums chart for five weeks, and reaching Number 8 on the UK album chart. 3 Charts and certifications.

Tracklist

1 Catch 22 2:38
2 Frustrated 2:14
3 Change 1:43
4 Way Out 2:45
5 Destination 2:13

Credits

  • Cover – Michael J. Fox
  • Engineer – Tom Gordon
  • Mastered By – Mass Giorgini
  • Producer – Zac Damon

Notes

Recorded at Sierra Sonics, early 1998.