February 24, 2008, 08:26AM
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About Me My name is Joshua and I'm 16. I live in Winter Haven, Florida and attend a community college across the lake I live on.
I attend a home church, which doesn't really belong to any demonination, but it is scripturally based.
My favorite song of all time is 'Stars' by Switchfoot, and even though its been my favorite for like a year, it jsut never dies. I play it all the time on my Epiphone '66 SG.
I write a lot, mostly on a book. Hoping to actually finish this one that I'm writing on now.
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Five Score And Seven Years Ago by Relient K Relient K's latest album 'Five Score and Seven Years Ago' is easily Relient K's best. Relient K has become a complete band; no longer are they confined to silly songs like 'Hoopes I Did It Again', 'Mood Rings', or 'Sadie ...
Lifesong by Casting Crowns Well, you will receive far less of my ramblings on this album than I gave on the last; I got my spiel out, so need to repeat.
Let me start by saying this: 'Lifesong' is, of all things, powerful. Yes, you can argue that the ...
Casting Crowns by Casting Crowns Casting Crowns is an interesting band. They are probably the number one Christian band right now, and their music is killing the airwaves (come on, tell me the truth, you're getting tired, just slightly, of hearing 'Praise You In the Storm' ...
A Collision by David Crowder*Band David Crowder*Band's newest full album is aptly titled. Not only are the subjects in his album all about a collision between 'divinity' and 'depravity', but the styles of music are so varied, different, and unique, that this album ...