Young Man Running

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Young Man Running
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Studio album by
Released23 June 1988
Genre Pop, rock
Label Aquarius (Canada)
Manhattan (United States)
Producer Corey Hart, Andy Richards
Corey Hart chronology
Fields of Fire
Young Man Running

Young Man Running is the fourth album by Corey Hart, released in 1988. It charted in the U.S., reaching #121, and generated the hit single, "In Your Soul", which reached #38.


Track listing

All songs written by Corey Hart.

  1. "Don't Take Me to the Racetrack" - 3:40
  2. "In Your Soul" - 3:57
  3. "Truth Will Set You Free" - 4:21
  4. "Chase the Sun" - 3:18
  5. "So It Goes..." - 3:48
  6. "Still in Love" - 3:41
  7. "Spot You in a Coalmine" (with Ruby Turner) - 4:50
  8. "Lone Wolf" - 3:41
  9. "No Love Lost" - 4:02
  10. "Crossroad Caravan" - 2:43
  11. "Chippin' Away" - 3:40
  12. "21" (bonus track for Japanese release only)





Chart (1988)Peak
Canada Top Albums/CDs ( RPM ) [1] 11
US Billboard 200 [2] 121


Certifications for Young Man Running
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada) [3] Platinum100,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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