Y&T: 'Earthshaker', 'In Rock We Trust' Reissues Now Available

Northern California rockers Y&T have made reissues of their classic albums "Earthshaker" (A&M Records, 1981) and "In Rock We Trust" (A&M Records, 1984) available at this location.

According to a posting on the band's web site, "Earthshaker" "was carefully digitally re-mastered in November 2006 at a high sampling rate taken directly from the 1/2" analog master tape. This new CD captures the sounds of the original mixes like no other version available." The track listing is as follows:

01. Hungry for Rock
02. Dirty Girl
03. Shake It Loose
04. Squeeze
05. Rescue Me
06. Young & Tough
07. Hurricane
08. Let Me Go
09. Knock You Out
10. I Believe In You

"In Rock We Trust" was "carefully digitally re-mastered in November 2006 at a high sampling rate taken directly from the digital master tape," according to a posting on the band's site. "This new CD sounds clear and open like no other version previously available. Along with the original songs, there is an additional bonus track of the rarely heard studio recording of 'Go for the Throat'." The track listing is as follows:

01. Rock 'n Roll's Gonna Save the World
02. Life, Life, Life
03. Masters and Slaves
04. I'll Keep On Believin' (Do You Know)
05. Break Out Tonight
06. Lipstick and Leather
07. Don't Stop Running
08. (Your Love Is) Driving Me Crazy
09. She's a Liar
10. This Time
11. Go for the Throat (studio version) (bonus track)


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