Y&T: First Two Albums Reissued On One CD

The first two albums from California rockers Y&T recorded back in the 1970s under the YESTERDAY AND TODAY moniker are available on one CD titled "OneTwo". Both albums have been digitally remastered and put on a single CD. It contains seventeen tracks in total taken from the "Yesterday and Today" LP, originally released in 1976, and the "Struck Down" record, originally released in 1978.

In a year that the California rockers celebrate 35 years of rocking the world, this presents an interesting collection of songs that gives a peek into the beginnings of the band's versatile songwriting style, and serves as a bookmark of where it all started for Y&T.

Click here to pre-order. Expected ship date is the first week of May.


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