They took part in the Swedish pre-selection to Eurovision Song Contest 2012 (Melodifestivalen) with the self titled song Youngblood written by Fredrik Kempe. #2 Youngblood is a one-man band, consisting of Christopher Youngblood. The son of a music teacher, Chris gravitated to music at a young age, and learned to sing, play guitar, piano, and drums. Now, at the young age of 22, he’s released his first full-length CD containing over an hour of original music. Chris is currently acoustically touring the Seattle area, and is working on putting a band together that can keep up with his extraordinary musicianship. #3 Youngblood is a Street Rock/Oi band formed in Southern California in the late 80's.
The band recorded their first LP entitled "Final War", which was released in 1988 on Rock-O-Rama records. The band pretty much went into hiatus from that point until 2005, when they recorded their 2nd full length, "What We Fight For" released on the short lived Old Guard Records out of Texas. It had more of a faster, punk rock influence rather than the slow-mid tempo street rock they were known for. From that point the band played concerts from time to time throughout the US and Europe. At the start of 2010 the band released their 3rd and strongest album to date, "Old School Pride" on Rebel Records out of germany.
This release took back the bands roots of more mid-paced street rock/oi but with a much more refined sound to it. With the first 2 albums out of print a re-release was in order. The album "21 Years: Heritage and Honor" was put together featuring the first 2 albums re-mastered, plus 4 bounus tracks recorded in 2009. The disc was released by Blood Sacrifice Productions out of New Zealand.
To end the productive year of 2010 the band put together a special edition EP entitled, "Patriotic Force" released by Strong Survive Records out of Poland. It featured 5 brand new studio tracks which combined the syles of all previous albums and 3 acoustic renditions of older tunes. #4 A belgian rockband who released their first EP 'Youngblood' in 2013. Read more on Last.fm.
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