The songs on White Flag reflect the bare-bones honesty of a searching, passionate faith as well as Shaun's recent intense study of the Sermon on the Mount, specifically the Beatitudes. Shaun sets his sights as high as possible, aiming to pursue profound theological truths in the most accessible lyrical metaphors he can create. With this musical effort, pop sensibilities marry driving rock guitars and sensitive songwriting to produce songs full of catchy hooks and mesmerizing spirit, an instant radio-friendly album that offers substance with its splash.
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White Flag Underappreciated & Great| Posted July 26, 2007
While this CD is not "Invitation to Eavesdrop" or "Twilight", this CD deserves 5 stars because of its unique sound and theme. Based on the Sermon on the Mount, the songs give a modern-day take on timeless themes. The standout songs are "Only", "Hummingbird", "What's Wrong With This World" and "Amen". If you are a fan of Shaun Groves you will not be disappointed with the new more modern "rock" sound. If you thought his first 2 CD's were too mellow, then give this CD a try and you'll like it.
Good 3rd Album| Posted October 28, 2008
I dont like this as much as his first two albums but again those are hard to top. The music was lacking something for me. This album has great lyrics though that really make you think. I like the songs "Whats wrong with this World" and "SAd SOng."
ok album| Posted August 01, 2007
i bought this album because it was on sale at a store that was going out of business. i had heard of shaun groves but not heard his music much. i like the album well enough.