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Teenage Neon Jungle (Rare & Unreleased)


Download links and information about Teenage Neon Jungle (Rare & Unreleased) by Candy. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:08:29 minutes.

Artist: Candy
Release date: 2003
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:08:29
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:29
2. Whatever Happened to Fun 3:19
3. Stuff 0:06
4. First Time 3:20
5. Turn It Up Loud (recorded Live, Houston, TX '85) 3:47
6. Kids In the City (recorded Live At the Palace, Hollywood, CA '85 3:48
7. Stuff 0:17
8. The Girl I Love 4:07
9. Weekend Boy 3:02
10. Champagne 3:30
11. Stuff 0:49
12. She Loves You (recorded Live At the Palace, Hollywood, CA '85) 2:26
13. Stuff 0:09
14. Lonely Hearts 3:51
15. Electric Nights 3:37
16. Number One 2:17
17. Daddy Is a Jet (first Candy Demo, '81) 2:47
18. Sound of a Broken Heart 3:20
19. Turn It Up Loud '03 3:12
20. War Is Over - Electric Angels 4:05
21. Crocodile Tears - Gilby Clarke (from Rubber) 4:04
22. You Will Dance Again - Kyle Vincent (from Solitary Road) 2:40
23. The Return of the X-Girlfriend - the Loveless (from a Tale of Gi 3:22
24. The Last Radio Show '03/'85 Live 5:53
25. Outro 0:12



The Los Angeles quartet Candy might have made it big had power pop been promoted in the '80s by Sunset Strip–lurking A&R types with satin jackets and bottomless credit cards. And while that vision may have been unrealistic back then, it’s aged amazingly well over the years. The collection opens with the sugary title track to Candy's sole album, 1985's Whatever Happened to Fun. The PolyGram-signed Candy had a secret weapon that none of its peers possessed: guitarist Gilby Clarke. He brought in a pop-metal style that would later suit him better as a member of Guns N’ Roses. You can hear how ahead of the curve he was in 1981's “Daddy Is a Jet,” Candy's first recorded demo. Here, Clarke injects the band’s burgeoning blend of bubblegum, power pop, and new wave with searing heavy metal leads that made him Izzy Stradlin’s replacement 10 years later. The 2003 compilation Teenage Neon Jungle abounds with other gems, especially Candy's pristine cover of The Beatles’ “She Loves You” recorded at a 1985 performance at The Palace in Hollywood.