Youth Gone Wild
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Youth Gone Wild

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Japanese: 搖滾狂潮


Type: Manhua
Volumes: 14
Chapters: 89
Status: Finished
Published: 1997 to 2003
Genre: Romance Romance
Serialization: None
Authors: Lee, Nicky (Story & Art)


Score: 7.611 (scored by 955955 users)
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Ranked: #19552
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Popularity: #5588
Members: 2,754
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ManhuaLee, Nicky (Story & Art)
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Yating was working in a recording company until she was fired by her boss (a famous movie actress with a spoiled temperament). Discouraged and jobless, Yating decided to work in a pub where a famous group called "Gangster" regularly played. Along the way, she gets to meet this guy who has the most divine voice. Yating's luck then began to change when her uncle decides to retire and set up his own record company. He asks her to join in his ambition to create the most famous rock group in Taiwan. This is the story of how Yating, being the new manager, tried to create the ultimate rock band!

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Aug 16, 2021
Jewsefin (All reviews)
Maybe it wasn't such a good idea to read Youth Gone Wild after The One, since YGW is one of Nicky Lee's earlier works and it's easy to find flaws especially if you compare it with The One. But here we go.

In terms of story, YGW is catchy if you enjoy romantic stories that involve music and a lot of drama. I was really impressed with Nana and I thought I've just discovered something similar, but it wasn't the case. The story is simple and really convenient almost all the time. "I want to be the manager of a band". Done! "Do you wanna be read more
Jun 9, 2012
inzaratha (All reviews)
Since this story is completed in translations now, I wanted to write a review since it is one of the manhuas I enjoy the most.
It is complete at 14 volumes so it is a mid length manga - not too long to drag on and not too short to be fullfilling.
Actually, I started reading this a few years ago from reading the author's Nicky Lee's other work "The One". If you are a fan of that series, please consider reading her other stories such as Youth Gone Wild and Paradise City ( an earlier work read more
May 10, 2011
Astuart510 (All reviews)
For my personal opinion, this was a really enjoyable manhua; I had fun reading it.
It starts out kinda slow and it shoots off into the air as it progresses. The story has a significant plot to it. It can show how starting a dream doesn't go on smoothly to the top. That there will be a lot of roadblocks and bumpy roads to the finish line. Falling in love won't be easy either. This manhua has slice of life, humor, and romance all jumbled up together to make one great story. Sometimes there will be cliffhangers that leave you hanging until the next volume.
It's endless read more
Nov 6, 2010
crystalpucca (All reviews)
I like Youth Gone Wild because it takes us though a making of the band story and I am definitely a sucker for those. To cut to the chase, I think it's the character development that really wins me over with this story. It's like your basic band making formula (like N Sync or BSB), you have your somewhat clueless yet endearing lead Wang Xiang, your talented jerk Shuang Guan, your dedicated Luo Kai, and your quiet and mysterious Zhi Gao. And then plus their love relationships.

Since this is one of Nicky's earlier works, I think she was still developing her art style. Overall read more


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