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Category: Hard Rock
|Label: Organic Records
Catalog Number: ORCD 9830
Dale Thompson vocals|
Troy Thompson guitar
Jerry McBroom drums
|1. ||Intro ||0:19|
|2. ||I Ain't Coming Down ||2:33|
|3. ||Why Won't He Break ||4:05|
|4. ||If I Told You It Was the End of the World ||4:20|
|5. ||I Found God ||4:44|
|6. ||Closer to the Center of the Earth ||5:02|
|7. ||Tomorrow Makes No Sense ||4:35|
|8. ||Day By Day ||4:11|
|9. ||Spirit ||5:29|
|10. ||It Is Only When I'm Left Alone ||4:07|
|11. ||God's Human Oddities ||4:33|
|12. ||Under the Blood ||4:50|
|13. ||Die a Little Bit Every Day ||5:08|
|14. ||Restore Me ||2:01|
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|Total Running Time:|| 55:57|
Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 24, 2002 at 14:04|
|Ugh, what happened?? It sounds like Dale did this CD while he had the flu or something. (His lungs sound like they're full of fluid. No joke.) He wheezes through the whole track of "I Found God." Dale's voice usually soars -- but, not here. How could Bride have released this? I never even listened to the whole thing; it went right back as a trade-in for something else. Lousy production ruins good songs!
|From: LiveWire (IP unknown)
||Date: February 8, 2002 at 10:41|
|I still need to get this one and "Fist Full Of bees". So Cephas this album isn't that good then? I still like to get it tho.
|From: Tom (IP unknown)
||Date: May 14, 2002 at 11:20|
|The music on this one is okay, but this is that rare exception in metal music when the slower songs are better. The other thing about this record is that the LYRICS are the best that Bride has ever written, incl. the new FFOB record. The lyrics on this one make it listenable because they focus me on the Lord Jesus like no other metal record I've ever heard. I highly recommend it for that reason alone. The metal is good in places, but don't expect Snakes quality.
|From: mike (IP unknown)
||Date: November 20, 2003 at 19:40|
|Probably my least favorite bride album as well as Jesus Experiance but the first couple of songs are catchy. But I must admit Bride is still my favorite band.
|From: Anonymous (IP unknown)
||Date: August 26, 2004 at 0:36|
|Wow, this "Cephas" dude obviously doesn't dig much by Bride...wonder why he bothers to post on these forums? Maybe I'll take his route, and find pages for ALL the cd's I don't like, and post negative reviews of them! Good thinking, dude!
|From: FOX (---.clvdoh.adelphia.net)
||Date: April 11, 2005 at 11:51|
|this obviously isnt scare crow messiah,or snakes in the play ground......but its not terrible either. there are some rock'n songs on this disk that i play on my show to this day. there are some songs i dont care for like....i found GOD, but there are other songs that are pretty sweet. i feel the same way about the JESUS experience. by the way, does anyone know why that album isnt listed for us to review? on the FOX scale of christian music, oddities gets a 6.25, not great, but some sweet songs!!
|From: gadomody (---.coherentinc.com)
||Date: March 15, 2006 at 13:14|
|This is an "odd" piece of Bride work. On under the blood I think that I can hear Yoda in the background, On die a little bit every day I'm thinking that Dale's trying to be Robert Plant. In Dale's defence, he was going through some kind of medical issues with his vocal chords when Bride did this cd. He mentions it in his "book" on Bride's web site.I think that the cd is great, but then again I am a Bride fanatic.
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