Christian music's finest voices once again fuse together to create an unforgettable collection of new music on the latest & much anticipated studio album from Avalon. The Creed promises to deliver songs that Avalon fans have eagerly anticipated, such as 'All' and 'You Were There.'
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pretty good| Posted October 07, 2008
i love Avalon!!!! They are vibrant, passionate, beautiful, and glorifying to God. each song is unique and well written.... Great cd and i am excited for more !!!!!!!!!
LOVE IT!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!| Posted September 24, 2008
I love this ablum.... really good and i would listen to it over and over!!!!! really awesome cd!!!! love it, love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Avalon's incredible!!!| Posted May 14, 2008
Stirring messages and spine-tingling vocals are once again the theme for Avalon's 2004 studio release, The Creed. The opening, upbeat number, "All", is definitely one of the best on the entire project, with an irresistible melody line and lyrics that will inspire the listener to give his everything to God. The title track isn't as catchy, but Avalon's trademark harmonies and unity will shoot it to another great one. Janna Long's vocals shine once again on "Abundantly", although this song may shake in the presence of one of her other ballads ("I Don't Want To Go", "Reason Enough", "Can't Live A Day"). "I Wanna Be With You" is upbeat, but again is just average when compared to other Avalon thrillers. However, the song's catchy chorus will be a favorite among many. The stirring Jody McBrayer rendition of "You Were There" is absolutely amazing, considered by many as top-notch Avalon with its unbelievably stunning lyrics and once again flawless vocals. It's so great, that the track's length of nearly seven minutes will fly by. "Far Away From Here" is another pop-influenced tune, with an encouraging message of a new life in heaven. "Overjoyed" is layered with an R&B sound that's so irresistible even your grandmother could find herself singing along, while "I Bring It To You" will get the listener worshipping the Lord in no time. "The Good Way" is flowing once again with R&B-ness, and (once again) succeeds effortlessly. Finally, "Renew Me" closes things out, a compelling worship ballad that is sure to be one of the repeat button's favorite with Avalon's vocals, sure to leave you open-mouthed. Overall, The Creed's solid production, vocals, and lyrics dominate, to create a must-have 10-song collection for any CCM fan.
The Creed - AVALON| Posted January 14, 2008
One of their best albums!! This album has many spirit filled songs including the powerful hit "You Were There". If you havent heard this song from them yet you have to because i know that it will definitly touch your heart. Everytime i hear that song i get chills and they're the good chills. "You Were There" is just one of the many great songs off of this album. If you don't have it I really really highly recommend it!!!!
A Great (possibly even the best) Avalon Album| Posted December 09, 2007
I remember buying this cd the week it came out. I fell in love with its first single, "All," which is upbeat and catchy. It as its mix of upbeat pop (All, Overjoyed, Good Way), midtempo pop (Far Away, The Creed, Wanna Be With You, I Bring It To You), and of course signature Avalon ballads (Abundantly, Renew Me, You Were There.) It basically sums up everything Avalon is best known for. In my opinion, it is the best Avalon album---too bad its singles didn't get too much airplay. Everything on here has a catchy melody. I think every single song on here has been stuck in my head at one point or another. My creative movement team did (and still does) a drama to "You Were There", and it is so awesome. We have had several people come up to us and tell us that it's their favorite one we do. That song in particular is so powerful.
Not their Best| Posted October 28, 2008
I like some of their songs but nothing really stood out on this for me musically. I just couldnt get into it at all. I even think the cover is a little funny with the whole "Matrix" look. Wouldnt recommend it but if you are an Avalon fan it maybe worth checking out.