Christian AOR, hard rock, melodic and heavy metal CD covers, reviews, music resource
CD covers, reviews, music resource
The Bands!
Newest Additions
New Comments
Buy HM Gear! NEW

Message Board

Band Homepages
Top 25
Cover Songs
Add CDs
About the Site

View Bands by Genre:
Pop (5)
Lite AOR (49)
AOR (71)
Hard Rock (132)
Prog Rock (10)
Alternative (7)
Classic Metal (38)
Power Metal (0)
Speed/Thrash (15)
Death Metal (6)
Doom (3)
Industrial Metal (3)
Nu Metal (12)
Prog Metal (3)
Defies Classification (3)

THE Christian Rock and Metal Reference on the Internet!

Bands: 371     CDs: 896     Songs: 9924


#s A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


The Very Best of

(click on Artist's name above to return to artist's main page)

Category: CCM Pop
Year: 1981
Label: Word Records
Catalog Number: 7014025627
Rating: 4.63 out of 10. (15 ratings)

Search Ebay - Buy-It-Now Items

Search Ebay - Auctions

1.  Living Without Your Love  3:30
2.  I'm Forgiven  3:57
3.  I'd Rather Believe in You  3:33
4.  Bread on the Water  3:11
5.  Praise the Lord  2:52
6.  One More Song for You  3:34
7.  Oh Buddha  4:43
8.  Same Old Fashioned Way  3:31
9.  Sail On  5:05
10.  Eagle Song  3:19
11.  The Trumpet of Jesus  3:43
Total Running Time:  40:58

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 21, 2002 at 1:18
I've never seen this disc before, but I love the Imperials and I know most of these songs. Why it is on this website is beyond me because the Imperials are about as much rock as McDonald's is high dining. The Imperials are a mix of southern gospel, pop, and ballads. They are great! They really could write songs. This collection has some of their best. Tracks like Trumpet of Jesus and Praise the Lord are classics. Check 'em out!
From: GroovyLime   (IP unknown) Date: September 3, 2004 at 20:01
Why is this on here? They are a talented group, but Grandma doesn't visit Seems to be a waste of database space.
From: dookie   ( Date: December 3, 2004 at 10:33
The Imperials rock, especially some of the duets that they do with Lawrence Welk and Captain Kangaroo. Nobody busts out the xylaphone like they do. Old Crappy Christian pop rules!
From: Diana   ( Date: June 22, 2005 at 1:57
Hey I used to have that album! That was about as rocky as Christian radio got at the time. At least where I lived. I had never heard any 80's hard rock bands in the 80's. They were never played on the radio.

Add your own comments!

Add your own comments/review about this disc. No HTML is permitted, and you are limited to 500 characters per entry (anything after the 500 characters will be deleted). Standard smilies are active.

NOTE: Flaming and off-topic posting is off limits now, as are trade/sale requests. Keep your comments/reviews to the CD/artist on this page. If you want to start a tangent or a flamewar, or request trades/sales, please use the Site Message Board for that. Thanks!

Name:    Chars remaining:
Validation: What is nineteen minus eight (type in a numeric answer).



This site designed and maintained by Webmaster
© 2000-2019. All rights reserved.