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Artist: Crystavox

Title: The Bottom Line

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Crystavox The Bottom Line Album Cover


Category: CCM Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Ocean/Word

Catalog Number: 7018144698


Adam Lee Kemp vocals, keyboards
Loren Holmquist rhythm guitar, bass, keyboards
Tony Lopez lead and rhythm guitars, bass
Fred Helm drums, percussion


1.  The Big Picture  3:33
2.  Break Down the Wall  4:41
3.  Rise Up  4:59
4.  Snakes in the Grass  3:44
5.  Stick to Your Guns  3:34
6.  Paradise  4:45
7.  Cry Out  2:57
8.  Shame  4:40
9.  Rockin' a Hard Place  5:46
10.  No Boundaries  3:57
Total Running Time:  42:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: John Date: March 20, 2001 at 10:36
This is another killer CD! Classic Metal CD!!!!!!!!

From: Cephas Date: April 15, 2002 at 10:55
This band is definitely mediocre. Crystavox's style sounds a lot like Bride's: Bluesy metal/hard rock. There are moments of Heavy Metal grandeur. But, they're far and in-between; nothing that maintains interest from song to song. Yeah, this one's going off to eBay soon!

From: jonny Date: April 30, 2002 at 6:16
crystavox are great. The Bottom Line is a very good album, especially Paradise. The Musical content is brilliance. The drums at the start of Paradise rock.

From: marcos Date: December 20, 2002 at 15:21
this is an awesome record. my only question is where are they now????

From: Joseph Date: June 3, 2003 at 14:47
A very good and very underrated cd! I would love to hyave seen them in the day. The songwriting and arranging is exceptional. To Cephas: this sounds nothing like Bride. Sure, all rock is blues-based, but this cd is not Bluesy at all. Also, the vocal performance on this is over the top. I hope Adam is still singing somewhere 'cause he's got the chops. Cheers to an oldie but a goodie.

From: stryper Date: September 7, 2005 at 8:04
no blues on this one.are you sure you were'nt playing gary moore...lol...this is harder edged than their first.but still very good.get it if you can!!!

From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 13, 2007 at 23:12
Better than the debut, with a harder edge and crisper production. There are some nice hooks on here, nothing special, but nothing that makes you want to rip the CD out of the player and fling it against the wall either. Basically, this CD isn't the bottom of the heap when it comes to Christian hard rock, but neither is it the cream of the crop. So often it seems to be approaching greatness, but something always holds it back, keeps it from crossing that invisible line and becoming a classic.

From: Eva Galli Date: August 21, 2009 at 22:58
"Cry Out", nice song reveals a lot of energy, where are them? they must be playing in great places I guess... By the way 8.9/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 10, 2012 at 17:37
A lot better than the band's self titled album with top notch songs and an outstanding production this time..."The Big Picture","Break Down The Wall","Stick To Your Guns","Paradise"(rocks!)& "Shame"(AORish) are my faves...recommended...88/100

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