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All the Young Dudes is the fifth studio album by Mott the Hoople, released in 1972. It was their initial album for the CBS Records label (Columbia Records in North America), after three years with Island Records in the UK and Atlantic Records in North America. All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were about to break up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song "All the Young Dudes".
All the Young Dudes" is a song written by David Bowie, originally recorded and released as a single by Mott the Hoople in 1972. In 2004, Rolling Stone rated "All the Young Dudes" No. 253 in its list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and on its 2010 update was ranked at number 256. It is also one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
Mott The Hoople released four albums before All The Young Dudes and their near demise. When this song was released, they quickly found a following in the UK and scored five more Top 40 hits before breaking up in 1974, with guitarist Mick Ralphs moving on to form Bad Company. Marty from Perth, AustraliaOne of the best songs of the early seventies. Went to see him in Melbourne in Feb. and he had us all singing along to i. ott's other great song was "Honaloochie boogie"All the young dudes has probably one of the most exciting intros to a song, I can still see them on Top of the Pops back in September '7. Well Billy rapped all night.
Produced by David Bowie. Album All The Young Dudes. All the Young Dudes Lyrics. Hey, you there) All the young dudes (With the glasses) Carry the news (I want you) Boogaloo dudes (I want you in the front) Carry the news (Now) (Now, you're his friends) All the young dudes (Now you bring him down) ('Cause I want him) Carry the news (Ha, ha, ha) Boogaloo dudes (I want him right here) (Bring. him, c'mon) Carry the news (Bring him) (Ha, ha) (Here you go) All the young dudes (I’ve wanted to do this for years) Carry the news (There you go!) Boogaloo dudes (How’d it feel?) Carry the news. About All the Young Dudes.
Documenting the 1969-1971 (Island/Atlantic) and 1972-1974 (CBS/Columbia) periods in best-ever sound, the first two discs take a more or less unimpeachable stroll through the regular catalog, tweaking a few rough spots with unobtrusive remixes, plugging some holes with demos and rarities, and going beyond the basic catalog with well-chosen excerpts from the early-1980s Two Miles. From Heaven outtakes collection.
They were led by Ian Hunter until his departure in 1974. The band itself broke up in 1976. The group is best known for the international hit single "All the Young Dudes", written by David Bowie and featured in films such as 'Clueless' and 'Juno'. The band's name came from a novel, authored by Willard Manus, about a freak-show worker named Norman Mott.
Bowie indeed wrote All the Young Dudes. Mott the Hoople recorded the song, resulting in a No. 3 . But some of the other details seem better suited for The Ballad of Mott the Hoople than the history books. We did split up in 1972, in Switzerland, singer Ian Hunter recalled in 2008 to Uncut, referencing the Zürich concert. All the Young Dudes was apparently written about Ziggy and the events that take place in the concept album. Ziggy was in a rock 'n' roll band, and the kids no longer want rock 'n' roll, Bowie explained to Rolling Stone in 1974. Rock Hall Class of 2019's Best Moments.
|2||The Original Mixed-Up Kid|
|3||Walkin' With A Mountain|
|4||Laugh At Me|
|8||Hymn For The Dudes|
|9||Ready For Love|
|10||All The Young Dudes|
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|WX035||Mott The Hoople||All The Young Dudes (CD, Comp)||Weton Exclusive, Weton-Wesgram||WX035||UK||2007|