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Download links and information about Decade by Neil Young. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 35 tracks with total duration of 02:24:50 minutes.

Artist: Neil Young
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 35
Duration: 02:24:50
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No. Title Length
1. Down to the Wire 2:28
2. Burned 2:15
3. Mr. Soul 2:50
4. Broken Arrow 6:13
5. Expecting to Fly 3:45
6. Sugar Mountain 5:41
7. I Am a Child 2:20
8. The Loner 3:49
9. The Old Laughing Lady 5:37
10. Cinnamon Girl 2:59
11. Down By the River 9:17
12. Cowgirl In the Sand 10:02
13. I Believe In You 3:27
14. After the Gold Rush 3:46
15. Southern Man 5:31
16. Helpless 3:38
17. Ohio 2:59
18. Soldier 2:28
19. Old Man 3:22
20. A Man Needs a Maid 4:05
21. Harvest 3:11
22. Heart of Gold 3:07
23. Star of Bethlehem 2:43
24. The Needle and the Damage Done 2:10
25. Tonight's the Night, Pt. 1 4:41
26. Tired Eyes 4:33
27. Walk On 2:41
28. For the Turnstiles 3:01
29. Winterlong 3:08
30. Deep Forbidden Lake 3:41
31. Like a Hurricane 8:17
32. Love Is a Rose 2:16
33. Cortez the Killer 7:31
34. Campaigner 3:30
35. Long May You Run (featuring Stephen Stills) 3:48



Released in 1977 as a three-record set, Decade summed up Neil Young's career to that point with the same idiosyncratic approach he applied to his music. That plenty of first-rate material was left off is a testament to the man's greatness (and a signal to fans to keep buying the individual albums). It's intriguing to see what Young picks. "Heart of Gold" and "Ohio" are the surefire hits; however, "Sugar Mountain," "Down by the River," "Southern Man," "The Needle and the Damage Done," and "Like a Hurricane" all became FM radio staples. Young rescues a few classic tracks from potential obscurity, bringing his collaboration with Stephen Stills, "Long May You Run," to prominence. "Campaigner" is his olive branch to Richard Nixon. The wired intensity of "Burned" and "Cortez the Killer" meets the twisted balladry of "After the Gold Rush" and "Star of Bethlehem." His orchestrated work with Jack Nitzsche on "Broken Arrow," as a member of Buffalo Springfield, juxtaposes nicely with the country-rock jaunt of "Burned" and the raging fury of "Mr. Soul." There isn't a bum track here, and there are more than a few revelations.