Thought-provoking and epic: the modern sound and poignant lyrics of Chris and Conrad [Chris Kuti and Conrad Johnson] will push your heart to desire a closer relationship with our Savior. Inspired by CCM artists such as Jars of Clay, David Crowder and Lifehouse, Chris and Conrad also pull from the ranks of yesterdays mainstream hit makers such as Chicago, The Police and U2. Not to limit their music to these influences, Chris and Conrad encourage and insist on working with a multitude of other writers (including Ian Eskelin and Clint Lagerberg) in generating new ideas. Their heart for artistry doesn't stop with the songs they craft but also the soundscape they create. Each instrument and sound lends purpose to each track. Songs like "Buried Alive" and "Rescue" go beyond the standards on modern instrumentation.
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they rock| Posted January 26, 2010
I love Chris and Conrad. They are from my hometown in Florida. Conrad goes to my friends church. I love their music. I think it speaks to people. They also harmonize really well. I would recommend their music to anybody.
Amazing Album| Posted September 21, 2009
My top 10 songs in my iTunes play count are by these guys, with Rescue and Always There at the top. Both of these guys are amazing worship leaders and song writers. I hope everyone can support them by buying this album. Their style is unique and worth checkin out!!
I like the first single best, but....| Posted July 28, 2009
I also like "Buried Alive", which I think could easily be picked up by a TV show or movie. It's got the lyrics for it. "Let It Out" is a great song too. Looking forward to more. :)
Strong freshman effort, Sure to spawn follow-up..| Posted May 06, 2009
Chris and Conrad, Worship leaders from Tampa, FL. dazzle on their first album. From the upbeat anthem "You're The One", to the pleasant "I'm At Home", the duo takes your ear drums captive. High marks include "You're The One", "Always There", "Love Revolution", and "Who I Really Am". As strong an effort as this is, the Hillsong United cover "Lead Me To The Cross" hardly enhances the origional, and may get lost in the shuffle with other High profile Covers of the same song that are arguably better.
This album will enhance any music lovers collection, and may cause some to hear a more upbeat version of "Shane & Shane".