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Psychotic Youth - Faster! Faster! download mp3
Faster! Faster!
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Faster! Label: Rainbow Music ‎– RMCD 3005. Faster! Faster! ‎ (LP, Album).

Psychotic Youth is a Swedish punk rock band formed by singer, songwriter and guitarist Jörgen Westman in 1985 in Kramfors under the name Ratfink-A-Boo Boo's. The other original members besides Westman, were Kent Sjöholm on drums, Anders Nordstrand on bass, and Danish-Swede Nils Lund-Larsen on guitar. Gunnar Frick who played keyboard joined later in the year. The band was signed to MNW Records who put up a compilation album of Psychotic Youth hits in Small Wonders 1985-1996, followed by the rerelease of Faster! Faster and Anything For A Thrill in a joint release. Johannes Kagelind soon left to the United States and was replaced by veteran bassist Crippa Elvis Odin. The band's final album before their split, Steroids was produced by Rune Johansson and was released in 1998.

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Band Name Psychotic Youth. Album Name Faster! Faster! Type Album. Labels Rainbow Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Come On (Atlantics). 3. Straight From The Grooveyard.

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Posts About Psychotic Youth. The album became a breakthrough record for the band. The single "Julie" brought in further attention to the band's music. It was followed in 1991 by another single "It Won't Be Long Before We See The Sun Shine". The band also toured substantially and performed at many music festivals finding acclaim in Sweden and to some extent internationally after gigs in Denmark, Norway, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands.

Psychotic Youth released an initial flexi disc for Jörgen's fanzine Straight from the Grooveyard and two full-length CDs, Faster! Faster! and Anything For A Thrill with limited local success. The band moved to Gothenburg in 1988, as a four band piece that included Jörgen Westman, Gunnar Frick, Kent Sjöholm and new recruit guitarist Magnus "Rosehip" Nyberg. For a very short time bass player Erik Danielsson joined in before quitting.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Faster! Faster! 2:14
A2 Come On
Written-By – The Atlantics
A3 Straight From The Grooveyard 2:43
A4 I'm Going Home
Written-By – Roslie*
A5 Johnny Too Bad 3:00
B1 Surfin' Jamboree 2:10
B2 Love Machine 2:21
B3 I Gotta Move
Written-By – Davis*
B4 Stop Foolin' Around 2:58
B5 Psychotic Explosion 3:48

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Grammoplast
  • Recorded At – Rough Mix Studio


  • Bass – Anders Nordstrand
  • Cover [Cover Art] – David Nessle
  • Drums – Kent Sjoholm*
  • Lead Guitar – Nils Lund Larsen
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar – Jorgen Westman*
  • Mastered By – BA*
  • Producer, Organ, Slide Guitar – Gunnar Frick
  • Written-By – Westman* (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B2, B4, B5)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): RMX-3005-A    24/9-86 GP    BA-GP
  • Matrix / Runout (B): RMX-3005-B    24/9-86 GP    BA-GP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RMCD 3005 Psychotic Youth Faster! Faster! ‎(CD, Album) Rainbow Music RMCD 3005 Sweden 1993