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CD: Brim - Above The Ruins
From: Joyceann SPARKS   (---.lightspeed.knvltn.sbcglobal.net) Date: April 6, 2017 at 13:10
I have this CD with all 4 autographs.
CD: Barren Cross - Rock for the King
From: Jimmy Barnes   (---.dhcp.wlwl.wa.charter.com) Date: March 5, 2017 at 11:55
I find it puzzling that the late Ronnie Montrose gets virtually no recognition for this great album. Heck, Wikipedia doesn't even acknowledge this work on his page. What gives?
CD: Ezra - The Key
From: marcelon   (---.commcorp.net.br) Date: November 16, 2016 at 12:54
deus e louvado
CD: Deliverance - Learn
From: Morgan...   (---.sub-69-78-225.myvzw.com) Date: October 20, 2016 at 10:37
Call them what you will. One thing is for truth though,you cant say that they dont have have a passion for what they do or a love for our lord almighty. The first time i heard them their message instantly got me. Of all their music none holds dear to me than sanctuary,simply put"remember your sanctuary"!!!
CD: Angelica - Greatest Hits
From:   (---.) Date: August 15, 2016 at 18:20
Thank you guys for being so dedicated to Christ and to reach kids that need to hear His message. May GOD bless you all. I love you all and pray GOD use you in a mighty way. You are a blessing to others.Never forget that. You are to me.
CD: David Zaffiro - The Other Side
From: Scrawny Jonny   (---.tx.res.rr.com) Date: June 8, 2016 at 14:16
Christian metal with exceptional guitar solos! Even non-Christians can find this album to be an acceptable (yet obscure) rock record. It starts off charging hard to grab the listener's attention then mellows out as said listener gets settled. I rate it 7 out of 10
CD: Angelica - Greatest Hits
From: Soundzoff   (---.ph.ph.cox.net) Date: May 14, 2016 at 18:15
Great album, and my first introduction to the world of Christian metal. I have sweet memories of popping the cassette into my Sound Design boombox and jamming in my room. Had it blaring through my car deck too, haha. It was great spiritual encouragement as a teenager.
CD: Angelica - Rock, Stock, and Barrel
From: Harry   (---.mrcpl.lib.oh.us) Date: April 12, 2016 at 10:46
Just a great album! The first six songs on this CD are amazing. It's unfortunate that this Canadian band didn't get more attention in the music world. This CD can be bought online at a reasonable price. What can I say, this band is great!
CD: Arsenal - Armored Choir
From: Christine   (---.res.bhn.net) Date: March 26, 2016 at 11:50
Hey guys, Christine Steel here. Come visit the band at: www.Facebook.com/Arsenal.Christian.band Join us for band discussions, music, Scriptures, and lots more. See you there BTW The current line-up is: Christine Steel - Vocals Kevin Pike - Guitars (G.I.T. Graduate) Brien DeChristopher - Guitars Dave Calianno - Drums Kandi Slaughter - Bass God bless you all!
CD: Lovewar - Soak Your Brain
From: Chtis   (---.statcan.ca) Date: January 14, 2016 at 9:19
Stumbled on them by accident (amazon sent me the wrong CD) but happily surprised and kept it. Very good band and vocals. King's X meet Extreme funky kind of hard rock. Worth it
CD: Fear Not - Fear Not
From: Paul worley   (---.tu.ok.cox.net) Date: December 23, 2015 at 19:23
I'm Paul Worley, my dad is the vocals and guitar player. And wrote all the lyrics. He's the best and everyone is just jealous of his amazing voice and there are reasons why they only made one cd, and the album picture is awesome. You don't know what creativity is if you disagree. And oh yeah The Lyrics, straight from his head, and very truthful, people be hating because they can't write lyrics and play the guitar and sing and produce all at the same time. My Dad is a blessing from God. The most
CD: Jacob's Dream - Jacob's Dream
From: Mark   (---.stmyga.broadband.dynamic.tds.net) Date: December 13, 2015 at 21:07
Perhaps best Christian metal album ever produced. Incredibly brace lyrics combined with Iron Maiden / Dream Theatre power.
CD: Allies - Man With a Mission
From: Paul Harrison   (---.sub-70-192-129.myvzw.com) Date: October 20, 2015 at 10:45
While a deep departure from previous recordings likely due to the maturity of Carlisle/Thomas and a whole new rhythm section, Man With A Mission is a solid recording. But it isn't representative Allies material. There are some good songs on here, like the haunting I'm Crying and the rocking Feather In Your Cap. The rest of the album is good to alright, but it won't go down in history as one of their best.
CD: Allies - Long Way From Paradise
From: Paul Harrison   (---.sub-70-192-129.myvzw.com) Date: October 20, 2015 at 10:33
This is a great album, but definitely not their best. There are some fantastic tracks on here like the title track, Devil Is a Liar and the remake to Crying In The Chapel, but the rest of the CD is too inconsistent, albeit containing awesomely crafted songs. I still think Virtues and Shoulder To Shoulders rank at their best. Those two albums combined represent my most favorite collections of Allies songs... and very consistent tunes....
CD: Shout - Shout Back
From: ryche   (---.) Date: October 7, 2015 at 0:00
Great cd
CD: Atomic Opera - Alpha and Oranges
From: Scrawny Jonny   (---.tx.res.rr.com) Date: September 29, 2015 at 22:39
While it isn't as catchy as For Madmen Only, this disc offers up similar offerings. That makes sense when it's realized this album is made up of polished demos that never made the debut album's final cut. CD starts off with hard-rocking vigor, declines briefly in the middle, and ends decently. I give it 7 out of 11
CD: Atomic Opera - For Madmen Only
From: Scrawny Jonny   (---.tx.res.rr.com) Date: September 29, 2015 at 22:34
Saw the music vid on YouTube, and was instantly hooked. Bought the album, and still enjoy it. Most of the songs are strong, melodic prog metal tracks (Joyride, Justice, I Know Better, War Drum) however there are a couple that I feel are let downs (Achilles Heel, New Dreams). I'd give it a respectable 8 out of 11
CD: Armageddon - The Money Mask
From: Ty   (---.zoominternet.net) Date: August 31, 2015 at 11:20
Hard-hitting, classic heavy metal, Armageddon's 'The Money Mask' has it ALL: powerful, soaring vocals; a pounding rhythm section; a double guitar attack that commands your attention; and a great Christian message that is obvious, but shouldn't have non-believers feeling like they're getting the Bible rammed down their throat! Armor up, Christian Warriors, and remember: 'We're more than conquerors!!!' A very talented band, and a powerful Christian metal album, indeed!!!
CD: Lovewar - Soak Your Brain
From: Ty   (---.zoominternet.net) Date: August 31, 2015 at 10:49
Saw LoveWar many years ago with good friends! LoveWar rocked hard and and came across rather professional in concert, proving this debut album was no fluke! I wouldn't be surprised if LoveWar did NOT have to do very many re-takes in the studio! A very talented band!
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:24
In the end, Hammer And Nail is a classic from start to finish. My personal favorite Whitecross album which introduced me to a stellar band with an amazing talent and love for Jesus Christ!
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:22
Hammer And Nail ends with a fresh sounding up beat tempo song ' Top Of The World'. Ends the album with a great happy feeling. What is amazing to me is that although little lead guitar is present on the track it still keeps your interest from start to finish.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:20
Then comes ' Living In A Lost World '. The song only has one flaw, the chorus and rhythm in the chorus. Nothing else at all is wrong with the song. Just a weak chorus. On the High Gear album there is a song ' I'm Gonna Keep On ' and on that song too it had a weak part. ON that song its the opening verse that is soooo boring, but then rocks up and gets interesting. Like ' I'm Gonna Keep On ' ' Living In A Lost World ' isn't a bad song. It just has a less than perfect part in it.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:14
' Resist Him ' is one of those songs that I actually enjoy more today than I did when I heard it in the 80's. Its not like I didn't like ' Resist Him ', it just sounds better today somehow. Plus, the lyrics are about resisting the Devil and that's the real battle isn't it. Bringing every thought under submission. Man, what a message, what a song. Rex of course shreds as always. Throughout the entire song he just keeps shredding.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:10
Then there is ' Walk With Me '. Honestly, its a good ballad. Its the best ballad before ' In The Kingdom '. The there comes ' Because Of Jesus '. ' Because Of Jesus ' is hands down my favorite Whitecross song. The lyrics are bold and true, the guitars are amazing! There is so much that I could say about this song. I could never do this song credit with words. Then comes ' When The Clock Strikes '. As a teen I thought this song was the longest song ever, lol, but good! The bells were so long.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 23:04
' Hammer And Nail ' the song is one of the most underrated works of art. ' Nagasake ' was a pure shred fest. ' Hammer And Nail ' is the same but more musical/classical sounding. I like ' Hammer And Nail ' even more than the stellar ' The Eternal Fire ' and that is saying a lot. Then the album moves right into another shred fest track, ' Take It To The Limit '. this track still blows me away! Any possible place Rex can shred at in the song he is. Whats even better is that it sounds normal.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 22:58
' Living On The Edge ' is the perfect opener song. The guitar slide is stellar and unique. I don't think that there is another intro to any metal song out there. Rex can honestly lay it for hours and it would never get boring, ever. Very crunchy sounding. ' When The Walls Tumble Down ' is another unbelievable track. The rhythm guitars are so addictively catchy. Some say its AC/DCish. I don't think so but it doesn't matter cause its stellar. Some of Rex's best rhythms are found on this album.
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 22:51
Song by song, cause I love this album that much. Living on The Edge 10.0 When The Walls Tumble Down 10.0 Hammer And Nail 10.0 Take It To The Limit 10.0 Walk With Me 9.8 Becaue Of Jesus 10.0 When The Clock Strikes 9.5 Resist Him 10.0 Living In A Lost World 8.0 Top Of The World 10.0
CD: Whitecross - Hammer and Nail
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 22:45
Hammer And Nail is the first exposure that I had with Whitecross. Only after I heard Hammer And Nail was I able to go back and discover their first album. Hammer And Nail is still my favorite Whitecross album, although I cherish every pre-unveiled album. Scott's vocals sound absolutely perfect on this album. Songs like 'Resist Him' couldn't be sung by any other vocalist and sound so meaningful. 'Because Of Jesus' is another one of those no other vocalist could pull this off equally.
CD: Whitecross - Whitecross
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 22:35
Yes, Nagaske is incredible!
CD: Whitecross - Whitecross
From: Lucas   (---.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Date: August 28, 2015 at 22:34
Whitecross' debut is stellar! The vocals are raw yet sweet! Scott is a top notch underrated vocalist. Rex's guitars need no introduction except to say 'shredtacullar'! As for the songs they all are very good! 'Enough Is Enough' is a pure metal hit and had the same song had been released by an secular band it would've went high on the charts. 'Looking For A Reason' also just as catchy. The chords, melodies and solos are outstanding. Then there is 'Nagaske' and all I can say is wow!
CD: Stryper - Against the Law
From: Barry   (---.pr.navy.mil) Date: August 17, 2015 at 12:27
Nice old thread! Anyways, yeah, I don't really like their music but I've always respected Stryper. The songs on this album were very honest, human, personal, but the Christian point of view was there still. I thought it was funny the way some fellow Christians reacted to it, though. Nowadays they're back to more openly Christian lyrics, but they have matured and I don't really call them glam. They're just a good rock band with faith-based lyrics, which is cool.
CD: Lovewar - Soak Your Brain
From: whiplash1972   (---.dhcp.hckr.nc.charter.com) Date: April 20, 2015 at 15:27
Tricky, check on Amazon.com. It's available on there for 49 cents and up! Great CD for an awesome price. :-)
CD: Lovewar - Soak Your Brain
From: Tricky   (---.hfc.comcastbusiness.net) Date: April 20, 2015 at 10:21
My band One Faith opened up for these guys at Splash Town back in the mid-nineties. I loved their album and have been hoping to find it or at least on a streaming music service. No luck so far though.
CD: Stryper - No More Hell to Pay
From: whiplash1972   (---.dhcp.hckr.nc.charter.com) Date: April 6, 2015 at 0:10
A return to top form from Stryper and easily the best CD of 2013. Michael Sweet's vocals are stronger than ever, and Oz Fox's guitar work really shines on this release. If you have not checked this one out yet, I urge you to please do so. You will NOT be disappointed.
CD: Matthew Ward - Toward Eternity
From: tim   (---.satx.res.rr.com) Date: February 23, 2015 at 23:37
Matthew Ward is the Fender Strat of all voices...his voice is absolutely electric. To hear him through the big speakers is an awe taking experience; a woodwind sound with touches of crystal like resonance...a combo I have never heard before. Simply the best voice of the past 40 years. Steve Perry and Matthew Ward in a league of their own.
CD: Fear Not - Fear Not
From: Jack   (---.pools.spcsdns.net) Date: February 21, 2015 at 12:05
WHAT CAN I SAY VERY GOOD GLAM CHRISTIAN BAND!
CD: Angelica - Walkin' In Faith
From: Visionary   (---.lightspeed.irvnca.sbcglobal.net) Date: February 21, 2015 at 0:19
This album is great!. There is no empty space in the arrangements. So good!
CD: Arsenal - Armored Choir
From: JD Miller   (---.mycingular.net) Date: January 12, 2015 at 22:41
You can now find me in the following FB Page www.facebook.com/joshua.millerarsenalchristianrock I just played The Center For the Art's on the campus of Maryville College in TN. Where my family and I live
CD: Arsenal - Armored Choir
From: fan   (---.) Date: January 3, 2015 at 9:22
SicSkinz1 3 years ago Ummm, not entirely true. Arsenal DID start with JD Miller and Chritine Steel. After JD left the band, he was replaced by Brien DeChristopher who entirely changed the sound of the band. The band continued as Arsenal for about seven years doing numerous shows around Florida. They changed the name to PeaceChild in just prior to disbanding in the late '90s. Brien now plays all lead and rhythm guitars for Agents Of Chaos.
CD: 12 Stones - Anthem For The Underdog
From: Doug   (---.) Date: December 2, 2014 at 14:32
'Anthem for the Underdog' is a great tune! This CD is pretty decent.

 

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