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Released: June 1998

Put ‘Stay Young’ through a Wiki search and you get plenty of results: the Oasis track sitting among efforts from INXS and Gallagher and Lyle. Sadly, but not surprisingly, though, no mention of Ultrasound, the 90s’ most underrated band. The indie-prog behemoths made one perfect, bloated double album of endlessly ambitious guitar rock before imploding (although they resurfaced a year ago for a reunion that’s still seeing them play to a small hardcore across the country). ‘Stay Young’’s lethargic ode to keeping naïve was one of the album’s highlights, a bittersweet epic that saw frontman Tiny spit out some of the band’s, nay decade’s, finest lyrics. (TC)

 
 

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