Debbie Gibson: Electric Youth (Limited Edition – Gold)

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Revisit Debbie Gibson’s 1989 pop gem, “Electric Youth,” as it showcases the singer’s evolution as an artist and her knack for crafting catchy, feel-good pop tunes. The album offers a mix of dance-pop and ballads, exploring themes of love, self-empowerment, and the vibrancy of youth. The title track, “Electric Youth,” delivers an energetic anthem celebrating the power and enthusiasm of young people, complete with an infectious chorus and upbeat dance beats.

Other standout tracks include the romantic ballad “Lost In Your Eyes,” highlighting Gibson’s powerful vocals and emotive lyrics, and the catchy pop number “No More Rhyme,” which boasts a memorable synth hook and sing-along chorus. Throughout the album, Gibson’s songwriting prowess and versatility shine, as she experiments with various musical styles and infuses her pop sound with elements of R&B, funk, and even rock. “Electric Youth” is a tribute to the spirit and energy of youth and a testament to Gibson’s enduring talent as a pop icon.



Who Loves Ya Baby?
Lost In Your Eyes
Love In Disguise
Helplessly In Love
Silence Speaks (A Thousand Words)
Should’ve Been The One


Electric Youth
No More Rhyme
Over The Wall
We Could Be Together
Shades Of The Past

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