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Youth Is Yours
Date of release:
October 21, 2003
Recording location:
Silent Sound, LA, CA
FLAC vers. size:
1211 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1335 mb
WMA vers. size:
1266 mb
Other formats
4.4 ★

Youth Is Yours (2003). Draw Your Brakes by Scotty (1972). Turn Your Radio Up. sampled. Walk on By by Cal Tjader (1968).

Youth Is Yours, 2007. Youth Is Yours, 2007. Gotta Believe, 02:23.

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Lexicon music featured in movies and TV shows. Youth Is Yours" by Lexicon. Lexicon - Youth Is Yours. Party Party People (feat. Dizzy Dustin of Ugly Duckling).

My youth, my youth is yours Trippin' on skies, sippin' waterfalls My youth, my youth is yours Runaway now and forevermore My youth, my youth is yours A truth so loud you can't ignore My youth, my youth, my youth My youth is yours. What if, what if we start to drive? What if, what if we close our eyes?

Lexicon Youth Is Yours. By Noel Dix. Published Nov 01, 2003. Rapping siblings Nick Fury and Big Oak return with a truckload of booming beats in the form of their second full-length, Youth Is Yours. Lexicon succeeds the most through their production, because every track is accompanied by great break beat that’s usually full of an incredible selection of horns and whatever other brass instrument they manage to cram in there. The pair even does a decent job of slowing down the Spencer Davis Group’s "I’m a Man” to a slow-paced hip-hop groove and it surprisingly doesn’t sound corny. The one problem with Nick and Big Oak is their vocals are a little whiney and take some getting used to.

Lexicon :: Youth Is Yours Label: SpyTech Records Author: Steve 'Flash' Juon. As clever names for hip-hop groups go, Lexicon surely ranks at the top. Not only does it roll smoothly off the tongue, the word literally implies that those carrying the L are as verbose than a Merriam-Webster dictionary. When you say that Nick Fury and Big Oak are brothers-in-arms in this rap war, that too is quite literal - their natural rap chemistry a result of their real life fraternity. Looking to raise their profile further, Lexicon has returned in 2003 with a new full-length album: "Youth Is Yours. And true to the title, "These Days" shows that the MC's are clearly focused on the here and now, pushing whining to the back and concise clear diction to the front over another Cheapshot boomtastic beat

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Gotta Believe G. Black Lexicon 2:23
2 Voodoo G. Black Lexicon 3:59
3 Xamot G. Black Lexicon 0:54
4 Turn Your Radio Up G. Black Lexicon 3:50
5 I Think That You Want To G. Black Lexicon 3:33
6 These Days G. Black Lexicon 3:34
7 Party Party People G. Black Lexicon feat: Dizzy Dustin 4:04
8 Tomax G. Black Lexicon 0:59
9 Brokenheadrted G. Black Lexicon 3:47
10 Rock G. Black Lexicon 4:07
11 I'll Be Alright If You Stay for the Night G. Black Lexicon 2:24
12 Bar Night G. Black Lexicon 4:04
13 Don't Be Afraid G. Black Lexicon 3:16


G. Black - Composer
Dizzy Dustin - Primary Artist
Lexicon - Primary Artist
Vin Skully - Producer
Matt Theriault - Executive Producer