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Young for Eternity


Download links and information about Young for Eternity by The Subways. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 42:47 minutes.

Artist: The Subways
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 42:47
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No. Title Length
1. I Want to Hear What You Have Got to Say 3:25
2. Holiday 1:52
3. Rock & Roll Queen 2:51
4. Mary 2:59
5. Young for Eternity 2:08
6. Lines of Light 2:12
7. Oh Yeah 2:58
8. City Pavement 2:44
9. No Goodbyes 3:31
10. With You 3:02
11. She Sun 3:21
12. Somewhere 4:46
13. Encore At 1 AM 1:51
14. I Am Young 3:38
15. Automatic 1:29



England's the Subways mine the indie punk-pop sound as well as any of their mid-2000s contemporaries. The trio marry a brash, punk-inspired edge with melodic hooks on their 2006 debut Young for Eternity. The album's title is appropriate for encapsulating tunes such as "Rock & Roll Queen" and "Oh Yeah," which telegraph the feeling of being a 17-year-old rock & roller with crunching riffs and thunderous rhythms. But the Subways balance their reckless abandon with a keen sense of melody, as heard on the retro-flavored, acoustic guitar-based "Mary." In fact, much of Young for Eternity sounds like a catalog of youth trends from the '60s, '70s, and '90s — with sunshine pop, glam, punk, grunge, and garage revival all blended into one exuberant package.