Posted August 14, 2007
Newcomers Rush of Fools deliver a catchy debut with their self-titled release. Falling squarely within the modern worship genre, RoF's album is like listening in on a modern praise & worship band's recording session. No surprise given that's how this young four piece outfit got their start. And considering the production talent (Brownlee, Ingram, and Davis) that helped shape the band's debut, the buzz surrounding this band is credible.
The band's delivery demonstrates that they wear their hearts on their sleeves as worship leaders/artists. The songs of RoF are simultaneously disarming and bracing; authentic adoration and encouragement abound. If you enjoy the modern worship of Foolish Things, Casting Crowns, By the Tree and The Listening (aka RnRWC), then by all means hurry out and get this CD.
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