Rock in a Hard Place
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Category: CCM Melodic Metal
Catalog Number: CD9036
David Zaffiro guitars, backing vocals|
Les Carlsen lead vocals
Michael Bloodgood bass, backing vocals
Mark Welling drums
|1. ||Shakin' It ||2:57|
|2. ||Never be the Same ||4:00|
|3. ||The Presence ||3:31|
|4. ||What Have I Done? ||3:46|
|5. ||Heaven on Earth ||3:49|
|6. ||Do or Die ||2:26|
|7. ||She's Gone ||4:36|
|8. ||The World (Keeps Movin' Around) ||4:14|
|9. ||Seven ||4:56
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|Total Running Time:|| 34:15|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: LiveWire (IP unknown)
||Date: February 8, 2002 at 9:30|
|This is a good album, but Detonation is better. I like all the songs on this album.
|From: kevensyle (IP unknown)
||Date: April 9, 2002 at 10:36|
|One of their more mellow albums. It's good and it's also one of the very first Christian metal albums I ever bought back in 1988. email@example.com.
|From: Ty (IP unknown)
||Date: August 3, 2002 at 14:09|
|I know I am, most likely, in the minority on this, but "Rock In A Hard Place" is my most favorite Bloodgood album. The band seems to have taken a decided turn to more melodic hard rock, and I think they pulled it off very well! A fine effort. 9/10
|From: (IP unknown)
||Date: April 16, 2004 at 21:14|
|An excellent album, very melodic. Shakin' It and Seven my favorites.
|From: Salomonkey (IP unknown)
||Date: April 18, 2004 at 15:55|
|A very melodic album, a little bit different than their two first albums. This is an excellent album, all the songs are great.
|From: Cephas (IP unknown)
||Date: April 23, 2004 at 4:36|
|Hmm, Bloodgood starts mellowing out and playing more Hard Rock. Still, good music, like "She's Gone," "What Have I Done?," and "Seven." This is more commercial and AOR than previous work and, hence, troubling: Is Bloodgood on the verge of selling out their metal roots? I like this--but, not as much as S/T or Detonation. The lyrics are intelligent and the singing's capable. They still retain a unique sound that I haven't heard from Christian or secular bands.
|From: blacklabel (---.nga.mil)
||Date: July 16, 2009 at 20:50|
|This is one of my least favorites. This is Bloodgood going glam sounding. Very,Very Commercial. But there were still a couple of good songs.
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