|1||Where You Goin' Now - Damn Yankees|
|3||Where You Goin' Now|
|6||Silence Is Broken|
|8||Coming of Age|
|11||This Side Of Hell|
|14||Where You Going Now (Live version)|
|16||High Enough (Live version)|
|18||Silence Is Broken - Single Edit Version|
|19||Tell Me How You Want It|
|20||High Enough (45 Version)|
|24||Don't Tread on Me|
|25||Fifteen Minutes of Fame|
Damn Yankees was an American hard rock supergroup.
The band was formed in 1989, consisting of Tommy Shaw of Styx, Jack Blades of Night Ranger, Ted Nugent of Amboy Dukes and his own solo career, and Michael Cartellone. Presumably inspired by the musical of the same name, Nugent once also explained that he coined the name because whenever someone asked him how he and Tommy Shaw would sound playing together, he would always reply by saying they would sound like “a bunch of damn Yankees.”
Produced by rock producer Ron Nevison, the new band’s self-titled debut album went double-platinum in 1990. Ted Nugent's well-tooled heavy blues guitar became a cornerstone, but Jack Blades and Tommy Shaw rose to the forefront as a potent vocal duo. Jack Blades’s leading single "Coming of Age," hit #60 on the U.S. Hot 100, and #1 on the AOR charts, while Tommy Shaw’s "Come Again" received extensive AOR airplay.