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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: FLD9098
|1. ||End of the Ages ||6:12|
|2. ||Radio Bikini ||4:41|
|3. ||Shake ||3:50|
|4. ||Wounded Hearts ||5:34|
|5. ||Love to the Rescue ||5:07|
|6. ||Old Hard Line ||4:31|
|7. ||Dome of the Rock ||4:47|
|8. ||Big Bang ||4:51|
|9. ||House of Dreams ||4:17|
|10. ||Cry Just a Little ||4:57|
|11. ||Heartbreak Woman ||4:08|
|12. ||This Is 4U ||2:46|
|13. ||End of the Ages reprise ||:34|
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|Total Running Time:|| 56:15|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: MSJanke (IP unknown)
||Date: June 4, 2001 at 18:35|
|Big Bang stands out because of the major in-studio time and effort that Tamplin and Cordola put into the project. Too bad the mainstream deal never panned out. The album still rocks; especially on songs like "Radio Bikini."
|From: alldatnmo (IP unknown)
||Date: March 4, 2002 at 8:50|
|This definitely stands out as one of the best Christian projects of all time. The collaboration between Ken Tamplin & Lanny Cordola still stands as one of the best produced projects in the Christian market--regardless of genre. This is a must have for all rockers!
|From: Tom (IP unknown)
||Date: May 7, 2002 at 22:35|
|A CLASSIC!! A collaboration between two of the most talented musicians and songwriters in music. Track for track, this CD is one of the best ever in Christian rock-n-roll. I especially like Radio Bikini, Love To The Rescue and House of Dreams. But every song on here is a winner. There's a lot of variety of instruments as Cordola brings in a sitar, saxophones, full orchestra, and just plain old acoustic guitars and harmonicas like around a campfire (Old Hard Line). Ken's vocals are excellent too.
|From: Salomonkey (IP unknown)
||Date: April 18, 2004 at 15:59|
|An excellent album with greats songs like Radio Bikini,Wounded Hearts, Love to the Rescue, Big bang, House of Dream, etc. Very melodic...a must have album.
|From: Scott (IP unknown)
||Date: April 21, 2004 at 11:26|
|Overproduced, commercial pop metal/AOR. Lots of hooks, loads of talent, but way to clean and overproduced. Layer upon layer of vocals and overpolishing just robbed the rock n roll right out of this album.
|From: Cephas (IP unknown)
||Date: April 23, 2004 at 4:13|
|What could go wrong with Ken Tamplin singing lead AND back-up for this band? Well...Ken Tamplin singing lead and back-up. This guy's range is definitely mid and he embarrasses himself here whenever he tries for the falsetto. Yikes! Not worth the time or money.
|From: Fat Freddy (---.northjersey.com)
||Date: August 16, 2007 at 16:50|
|Good grief... this is the most over-the-top, over-produced, over-everything album I have ever heard in my life. It's like a combo of everything bad about hair metal, AOR, and progressive rock all stirred together in a big soup pot. The aim was probably to create a Christian alternative to stadium-rock like Def Leppard, but it failed miserably. I'll stick to Ken's Shout albums, thanks....
|From: rexreed (---.lightspeed.hstntx.sbcglobal.net)
||Date: September 25, 2009 at 4:27|
|When Queen overproduces it is classic, When Ken does it they seem to hate it! I liked this album even though he really did rip a couple things off of his last solo album. Seriously though, Ken was better as a solo artist than when he teamed up with Lanny. BTW this is rock. A couple ballads are good as any for the day. Wounded Herat and House of Dreams are soda pop sweet but good songs. Really catchy guitar solos on this album.
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