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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Catalog Number: EK 57112
Jamie Rowe lead vocals|
Tony Palacios guitar, vocals
David Bach bass, vocals
Karl Ney drums, vocals
John Elefante co-producer
Dino Elefante co-producer
|1. ||Dr. Jones and The Kings of Rhythm ||5:10|
|2. ||Shoeshine Johnny ||4:15|
|3. ||Long Way Home ||4:31|
|4. ||I Found Love ||5:24|
|5. ||Sweet Mystery ||3:57|
|6. ||Let it Roll ||4:10|
|7. ||Mr. Do Wrong ||5:02|
|8. ||Curiosity Killed the Cat ||4:27|
|9. ||Sister Wisdom ||4:12|
|10. ||The Captain ||4:18|
|11. ||You and I ||4:03|
|12. ||Do You Know What Love Is ||7:26|
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|Total Running Time:|| 56:55|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: Derek M. (IP unknown)
||Date: June 16, 2001 at 8:27|
|This is the quintessential hard/melodic rock cd. Perfectly played by the legends of Christian rock. 'Mr. Do Wrong' may be the best hard rock song in years.
|From: kevensyle (IP unknown)
||Date: April 9, 2002 at 18:36|
|A great follow up record. Very catchy tunes. I've read that they've been called the Aerosmith of Christian metal. No, they don't sound exactly like them, they are original. I had this CD years ago. I'm thinking it was one of those CD's with a hidden track at the end. I found this CD in a pawn shop once and went to look at the CD's condition...and it turns out there was a David Zaffiro CD in it...still not bad...I bought it anyway. email@example.com.
|From: Randy Mason (IP unknown)
||Date: May 12, 2002 at 22:48|
|Ithink this is an awesome project sounds alot like tesla
|From: James (IP unknown)
||Date: June 25, 2002 at 16:35|
|Love this album. I bought it the day after i watched some christian music award show and the song 'I Found Love' was up for an award along with the group Legend Seven and another couple of bands. After I heard the song i had to have the album and Guardian have been my fav Christian group ever since. This ranks as one of my favorite albums of all time.
|From: Bob (IP unknown)
||Date: November 29, 2003 at 18:54|
|This album kicks butt! A lot of work was put into this album, that is obvious. The sound is similar to the previous album, 'Fire and Love', only better. If you are a fan of Christian Rock this album is essential. In college I had a Christian Rock and Metal radio show and something from this album was played at least two or three times each week. Not to mention the requests I got for 'Shoeshine Johnny' and 'Sister Wisdom', that helped a lot.
|From: Shaphan (IP unknown)
||Date: January 29, 2004 at 5:09|
|When I think of christian rock. I think first of this album! I love you guys!
|From: Smithvai (---.sja21.jaring.my)
||Date: October 5, 2004 at 1:09|
|This is an awesome album by a christian hard rock band... love the guitar riffings and solos...
|From: J.o.e (---.)
||Date: May 26, 2005 at 18:37|
|I liked 'fire and Love' better than this album.
|From: skonci (---.dial-up.dsl.siol.net)
||Date: November 20, 2013 at 15:23|
|This is probably my favourite record by this band. very good melodic hard rock record. everything works here very well. this album is similar to their previous effort, but has a better sound, better production. the lyrics are amazing. the only thing that I would change here would be traclisting. Don't get me wrong. Dr.Jones is a good song (it has also some kind of an intro before the song starts to kick) but I would suggest something like Long way home or Sister wisdom to open this album.
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