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Jekyll and Hyde

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Category: Christian Hard Rock
Year: 2003
Label: Inpop Records
Catalog Number: POD1267
Rating: 8.79 out of 10. (47 ratings)

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Bob Hartman guitars
John Schlitt lead vocals

Greg Bailey backing vocals
Jamie Rowe backing vocals
Phil Joel backing vocals
Peter Furler backing vocals
1.  Jekyll and Hyde  3:04
2.  It's All About Who You Know  2:35
3.  Stand  3:19
4.  Would'a, Should'a, Could'a  2:58
5.  Perfect World  3:13
6.  Test of Time  3:00
7.  I Will Seek You  2:34
8.  Life As We Know It  3:27
9.  'Till Everything I Do  3:03
10.  Sacred Trust  3:52
Total Running Time:  31:05

Existing comments about this CD

From: freak   (IP unknown) Date: January 28, 2004 at 12:30
What? Yes, Petra is back, and with the best! This album is a bomb! John´s vocals are still amazing and guitar riffs by Bob Hartman are just incredible! Peter Furler did a good job playing the drums. Left behind Beyond Believe and other albums, this is the heaviest! You must have to buy it if you like hard rock. Freak-Costa Rica
From: cheech   (IP unknown) Date: March 23, 2004 at 1:51
WoW. This is how Petra should have always sounded. Encredible vocals, with beautiful guitar work. This is how rock is suppost to sound. Forget Petras music of the past, this CD is a must have.
From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: April 23, 2004 at 5:03
In the liners, the band thanks all the 'Petheads' who waited patiently for the band to finally put out a true rock album after many years. This ain't it. Petra has done what they've always done: Follow the latest musical trend. This time it seems to be Nu Metal. Whatever. I can only imagine that Petra's still getting away with churning out this mindless, carbon-copy junk, because Christians have been so starved for Christian rock--any Christian rock. It's time for Petra to retire.
From: James   (IP unknown) Date: April 27, 2004 at 20:44
You are wrong my friend. This has nothing to do with nu-metal. this is a pure rock album. Chocked full of chunky guitar's and is just the heaviest album they have ever done.
From: Harry Ebbeson   (IP unknown) Date: June 11, 2004 at 23:48
This is a very good album. It is a little short though and they do indeed rock here. This cannot be compared to previous work, because it is different. It is heavier than what they have done before, and it is good.Petheads (like myself) should be proud of this album. I miss the keyboards, but overall, a very good album. God Bless you guys
From: FOX   ( Date: April 11, 2005 at 22:05
Petra, as i have said many times, is my all time favorite band. i am really impressed with jekel and hyde. petra has taken a chance and revived their career with this album. the praise and worship stuff of the last few years has been ok. but this is Petra at their best. the revival album, and the 2 praise albums i could care less about. this i sink my teeth into, on the FOX ROCK SCALE this album is a 9.5 i love it, you need to give petra another chance if you gave up on them years ago, its good!
From: J.o.e   (---.) Date: May 26, 2005 at 18:27
this album is a bomb....but the songs are quite simple...i mean the parts of the song are simple...not like the Petra from fav. Petra group.But its an awesome album used by got....i liked 'till everything i do'.....awesome song...even 'jekyll and hyde'!!!!
From: J.o.e   (---.) Date: May 26, 2005 at 18:28
No guitar solos on this album!
From: Tom   (---.) Date: October 8, 2005 at 8:41
I have to totally disagree with Cephas. Nu Metal is not melodic. J&H is very melodic. Its heavy. It sounds fresh, yet still in the Petra style going back 20 years. My beef with this is that there are no guitar solos! Bob! What's up with that?! I also noticed the short length of the album. But yeah, after waiting for 8 years for them to return to rock, it was a terrific return to form. As it turns out, this will be it. Petra has announced their retirement and J&H will be the last studio album.
From: mike   ( Date: February 1, 2006 at 12:38
Jekyll and hyde rocks! The best album of petras career.Only complaint is the short length and no guitar solos.Other than that, highly recomended!
From: steven   ( Date: January 26, 2008 at 20:38
My dear Cephas Once again i feel the urge to rebuke you. J&H is awesome. Solid guitar work from start to finish. John's vocals are still amazing. This does NOT sound like nu-metal to me or to anybody else on this message board. It's a Petra Masterpiece!
From: rexreed   ( Date: September 25, 2009 at 4:35
The best Petra album in a decade! It lacks any real guitar solos though and there is no more keyboard. Woulda Shoulda sounds like a Newsboys song, other than that this album id fantastic.

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