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Faith Nation

Ordinary People

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Category: Hard Rock
Year: 1999
Label: DEG/Sisyphus
Catalog Number: 1007
Rating: 9.09 out of 10. (17 ratings)
 

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Personnel
James Salters lead vocals
Matt McClay bass, backing vocals
Brian Owen drums, backing vocals
Huey Peterson guitars, backing vocals
Lewis Sego II keyboards
Tracks
1.  Arms Around the World  3:31
2.  Make It Simple  3:02
3.  Don't Leave Me Now  4:02
4.  How Can I?  3:52
5.  Love Is An Ocean  5:28
6.  Ordinary People  4:42
7.  On the Water  3:47
8.  When the Love Goes Away  3:31
9.  Hold On  4:05
10.  Free  3:46
  
Total Running Time:  39:46

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Calvano   (IP unknown) Date: March 8, 2004 at 2:23
I bought Brave's first two albums, and I just couldn't connect with the 'new' lead singer. Salters has an emotive voice and I will check out the FAITH NATION album.
From: Cathy   (---.) Date: July 7, 2005 at 2:04
I caught these guys live in concert in mpls, and they were unbelivable! I found myself singing along to songs like 'how can I?' when the love goes away, what a cool guitar solo, the keyboadrdist was amazing with 3 keyboards on either side of him, and playing and dancing through out the show. The guitarist reminded me alot of Journey, awesome melodic solo's, and the bass & drums were heavy & tight. I bought the CD at the show and the guys autographed it for me, very cool. A must have AOR CD!!

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