Basically, this is the same Album All Things New released not too long ago, but with two or three Christmas songs. I personally get peeved at artists or bands when they release a deluxe edition instead...
This album does a great job of mixing a few softer Christian Contemporary style songs in among their heavy stuff that defines the band in terms of genre. This is a great album that I would definitely...
Good Stuff | Posted October-02-2012
A little slow for my taste, but does provide some good variety and rockin' worship anthems. Love the worshipful lyrics. This album is definitely for fans of Hillsong, Jesus Culture, and any other worship artist.
Great Stuff!! | Posted September-28-2012
I've never been one for folk, a little country thanks to my girlfriend, but never been into folk. These guys are the exception. Their music is just awesome. Harmonicas, slide guitar, acoustic guitar, and whatever else they use makes for such a unique and amazing sound. Not to mention the lyrics in this album is something I would play for worship if I could
Favorite of the Left Behind Series | Posted September-28-2012
Armageddon was my favorite book in the Left Behind series. The action and suspense in this book was the best and it kept me on the edge of my seat. I finished the whole book inside a week because I just didn't want to put it down.
Great Album, Nuff Said | Posted September-28-2012
Great pop music, catchy hooks and melodies, with positive and worshipful lyrics. I'm a guy so I'm really critical about female vocalists because I've grown up listening to male vocalists in all the rock bands I've listened to. I will go out on a limb and say that because girls can belt and have the ability to hit those high notes, doesn't mean the should. Belting and forcing vocals is the number one turn off for female vocalts for me. But that's not the case with Holly, she has a soothing voice and stays withing her comfortable range most of the time so when she does try for those high notes, it sounds good. All this to say, this is a great album by a very talented singer/song writer
Great Album | Posted September-11-2012
I'm more of a fan of Remedy Drive's first two albums: Rip Open the Skies and Daylight Is Coming. The lyrical content of which resembles a worship song and the extremely catchy hooks made both purly amazing albums. While the musical content is not of the catchy calibur of the first two, it does deliver. As with any artist the music style has changed over time. After two full lenght albums and two EP's, Remedy Drive delivers an album more on the side of Contemporary Christian with a hint of pop/rock rather then a full blown alternative rock album as in the past. Lyrically it delivers on nearly the same level as before, glorifying God in every avenue and never ceasing to realize how much we need Him