|3||Free At Last|
|4||Make A Change|
|5||Take A Stand|
|9||Youth Of Today|
|10||Stabbed In The Back|
|12||Time To Forgive|
|13||Break Down The Walls|
Gold stamp imprinted on jacket's reverse which states the following:
"LOANED FOR PROMOTION ONLY; Nor For Sale; Ownership And All Rights Reserved"
Reissue of the 1986 original on Wishingwell Records.
Comes with b+w insert showing pictures of the band and song lyrics
The first full-length offering from New York's YOT, originally released in 1986 on Wishing Well records. SIDE ONE: 0:00 1. Make A Change 1:16 2. Down The Walls by Youth Of Today, released 01 January 1986 1. Make A Change 2. Thinking Straight 3. Stabbed In The Back 4. Take A Stand 5. Honesty 6. One Family 7. Break Down The Walls 8. Shout It 9. Time To Forgive 10. Positive Outlook 11. Standing Hard 12. Free At Last 13. Youth Of Today Revelation:8. Listen album. Youth Of Today. Songs in album Youth Of Today - Break Down The Walls 1986. Youth Of Today - Make A Change. Youth Of Today - Thinking Straight. Youth Of Today - Stabbed In The Back. Youth Of Today - Take A Stand. Youth Of Today - Honesty. Youth Of Today - One Family. Youth Of Today - Break Down The Walls. Youth Of Today - Shout It. Youth Of Today - Time To Forgive. Album 1986 13 Songs. 1988 Revelation Records. More By Youth of Today. Youth of Today - EP. We're Not In This Alone. Can't Close My Eyes. Youth of Today's debut full-length, Break Down the Walls, sounds like standard New York hardcore, but the enormous influence that this disc had on the straight-edge movement is almost immeasurable. Each song is a fast-paced punk slugfest, geared toward the group's angry young male fan base. The performances are sloppy but fierce, and the message is a predictable anti-establishment rant. Positivity, clean living, and the benefits of a fully vented spleen are stressed to a raw extreme, thus establishing a hardcore blueprint for the many artists who followed Youth of Today's exampl. Listen free to Youth of Today Break Down The Walls Make a Change, Thinking Straight and more. 13 tracks 19:22. Break Down the Walls. Released 1988. Break Down the Walls Tracklist. Make a Change Lyrics. Break Down the Walls Q&A. More Youth Of Today albums. Break Down the Walls, Cant Close My Eyes. Show all albums by Youth Of Today. Complete your Youth Of Today collection. In 1985, Youth Of Today recorded their debut EP Can't Close My Eyes for Kevin Seconds' singer of the popular hardcore band 7 Seconds label Positive Force Records with additional lyrics by John L Hancock III aka Ratboy. With this line-up, the first Youth Of Today album was recorded, entitled Break Down The Walls, and released by Wishingwell Records, the label of California straight edge bands Unity and Uniform Choice. Soon after recording the album Drew was replaced by Mike Judge later to be the singer, along with John Porcelly on guitar, in the band Judge. Band Name Youth Of Today. Album Name Break Down the Walls. Type Album. Released date 1986. Labels Wishingwell Records. Youth of Today. Bonustracks Re-Issue 1988. Crucial Times. I Have Faith. Take a Stand. Positive Outlook