Third Day Chronology, Volume Two shows the best from the band!
Posted October 12, 2010
We have all heard all the great music Third Day has put together. They have some of the most popular songs on the radio! Well, now you can have those songs all in one album-Chronology, Volume Two!!! This album is a Greatest Hits of Third Day's music from 2001-2006, and you're gonna love it!
The album starts of strong with the favorite Come on Back to Me before moving to the slower song Show Me Your Glory. The next song You Are So Good To M is a special live version from Atlanta, GA! Then, RockStar picks up the beat as song number 4. Mountain of God and Sing A Song, two nice songs, follow RockStar. Come Together, one of my personal favorites, comes next-and awesome song! The next three songs-God of Wonders, Cry Out To Jesus, and Creed-are all live versions, which is pretty cool! Finally, it gets to my favorite part of the entire album-Tunnel, I Believe, and Nothing Compares! I love all three of these songs, and I think it's awesome that they are placed right after each other! Then, the final five songs-Blessed Assurance, Movin' On Up, I See Love, I Can't Feel It, and Carry Me Home-are all special with the former four being live version and the very last one being a special song from a 2001 album EP!
The Good: I'd say that almost the entire album is set up in a great way with the order of the songs. My favorites would be Come On Back To Me, Come Together, Tunnel, I Believe, Nothing Compares, and Blessed Assurance.
The Bad: Third Day could have made a better starting for the chronology instead of putting Show Me Your Glory in as second song. Usually, this spot is reserved for an upbeat song, but Third Day did it differently this time.
Conclusion: This is a great album to get! If you like Third Day, or even if you don't know their music that well yet but like good Christian music, then you're going to love this album. If you don't have many of Third Day's albums but want their best songs, just buy this one!
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