Rust Never Sleeps
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Young has recorded many live albums, but none capture his two dominant musical personalities with as much power as 1979's Rust Never Sleeps. The acoustic side opens with "My, My, Hey, Hey (Out of the Blue)," a devastating anthem about the state of rock & roll. Comparing the Sex Pistols' Johnny Rotten to the late Elvis Presley, Young delivers perhaps his most famous line: "It's better to burn out than to fade away." Side 2 demonstrates the emotional power of Young's hard-rocking quartet, Crazy Horse, with the scathing political songs "Powderfinger,""Welfare Mothers," and the loud reprise of "My, My, Hey, Hey."--Steve Knopper

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tracklisting: My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) - Carl Himmel
Thrasher - Carl Himmel
Ride My Llama - Carl Himmel
Pocahontas - Carl Himmel
Sail Away - Carl Himmel
Powderfinger - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Welfare Mothers - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Sedan Delivery - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
title: Rust Never Sleeps
purchase date: 09-05-2005
published: 25-10-1990
price: $13.98
net Rating: 4.5
last lookup time: 137384112
genre: Folk Rock
Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
fullTitle: Rust Never Sleeps
currentValue: $5.88
created: 137384096
country: us
aspect: Audio CD
asin: B000002KDG
artist: Neil Young & Crazy Horse