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In the Heart of the Young

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Winger 7/17/1990

Review

Winger's second album, In the Heart of the Young, continues in the same vein of slick, progressive-tinged, radio-ready pop-metal featured on their debut -- almost what Asia or 90125-era Yes might sound like as hair bands. The melodies and guitars still twist and turn in unpredictable directions, but the material on In the Heart of the Young isn't always as musically interesting as the songs on Winger. Plus, the inclusion of more ballads detracts from the overall energy. Still, there's enough here to make the album worthwhile for anyone who enjoyed its predecessor, especially in the absence of a best-of collection. "Miles Away" became a Gulf War love anthem, while "Can't Get Enuff" and "Easy Come Easy Go" are fine rockers that nevertheless failed to make much of a dent in the charts. ~ Steve Huey
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Can't Get Enuff Winger 4:14
  3. 2 Loosen Up Winger 3:29
  4. 3 Miles Away Winger 4:9
  5. 4 Easy Come, Easy Go Winger 3:58
  6. 5 Rainbow in the Rose Winger 5:26
  7. 6 In the Day We'll Never See Winger 4:47
  8. 7 Under One Condition Winger 4:24
  9. 8 Little Dirty Blonde Winger 3:29
  10. 9 Baptized by Fire Winger 4:11
  11. 10 You Are the Saint, I Am the Sinner Winger 3:34
  12. 11 In the Heart of the Young Winger 4:32

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