Kings Of Leon ‎– Youth & Young Manhood (New Vinyl)

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New sealed copy. Remastered reissue. Gatefold cover.

Youth & Young Manhood is the debut album from American rock band Kings of Leon, released on July 7, 2003, in the United Kingdom and on August 19, 2003, in the United States.

Critical reception was generally favorable, as the album received a score of 79 from Metacritic. Many appreciated the band's punk and garage rock-influenced revival of the southern rock genre, with NME hailing the album among the "best debuts of the past 10 years". AllMusic claimed the album was not "sonically adventurous", but that "in the new-millennium pop realm, some greasy licks sure sound good". James Hunter of The Village Voice called the album "2003's finest rock debut", saying the band had built off of its first EP. Greg Kot, writing in Rolling Stone, declared that the band knew "when to lay back and let things simmer" as well as "when to jump up and testify with tambourines banging" in a favorable review. Rolling Stone critics named it the 10th-best album of 2003 and NME named it the seventh best.


A1 Red Morning Light

A2 Happy Alone

A3 Wasted Time

B1 Joe's Head

B2 Trani

B3 California Waiting

C1 Spiral Staircase

C2 Molly's Chambers

C3 Genius

D1 Dusty

D2 Holy Roller Novocaine

D3 Talihina Sky

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