The Underrated Songs From The (Young) Rascals

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The Band That Achieved Quite A Lot

The Rascals who are known as The Young Rascals were formed in Garfield, New Jersey in 1965. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on May 6, 1997, in which Steve Van Zandt took the stand and gave the speech for the inductees.

The band had several chart hits including “Good Lovin” (1966) and “People Got to Be Free” (1968) – that also reached #1.

Below you will see their 5 most underrated songs:


5. Do You Feel It

It was the only song that the band had written themselves in their self-titled debut


4. You Don’t Know

A great song, that is good to have on your playlist, and that’s the only problem about this song, you don’t have it on your playlist


3. Island of Real

Man, the groove, the voice, and the instrumentals – everything is good!


2. Peaceful World

A lost classic, it’s different from the Rascals’ actual sounding – but the feel is still there.


1. A Girl Like You

This incredible piece of art should be available to those who need it! This is what the 60’s was all about!