Soundtrack of a Soul
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|From: kethdredd (---.ec.res.rr.com)
||Date: June 12, 2006 at 19:36|
|An all star lineup and a pretty good disc. Production is top notch and the songs are well written. Highlights for me are Sight Unseen with Leif Garrett and Thy Will Be Done with Mark Slaughter and Pete Loran.
|From: ultmetal (---.)
||Date: July 19, 2006 at 14:31|
|Remove the rap crap and this would be a 100olid, melodic, hard rock album. As it stands, 850f the album is quite good. Leif Garrett's contribution was quite the surprise. He has a great voice and the song works well for him.
|From: Staybrite (---.rb2.gh.centurytel.net)
||Date: September 23, 2006 at 0:17|
|Fantastic stuff. As said the Lief Garrett track is surprisingly good. 'If the World Could be Me Mine' is one of my favorites from this disc. Um Ult, there isn't any rap on this album. Think you might be confusing it with the 'Welcome to the Revolution' album.
|From: Fat Freddy (---.northjersey.com)
||Date: January 12, 2007 at 13:20|
|A decent, but not mindblowing, CD. To my surprise my favorite track is the duet between Mark Slaughter and Pete Loran of Trixter...because I NEVER liked either of their bands back in the day and if you'd told me fifteen years ago 'Someday these guys are gonna do a track on a Christian rock CD that's gonna blow you away,' I would've told you that you were nuts! The tracks sung by Sebastian Bach and Stephen Pearcy aren't bad either, but this CD needed a few less ballads and more rockers.
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