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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Label: Rugged Records
Catalog Number: RGD33112
|2.||There's a Way|
|3.||Daughters of Time|
|4.||Bless My Soul|
|6.||Lay Your Burdens Down|
|7.||The Most Beautiful Lady|
|8.||When Angels Cry|
|9.||We The People|
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|From: Joe||Date: January 13, 2004 at 2:37|
|Tamed down album not typical of his previous records. More inspiring type of music. Still not a bad album.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 23, 2012 at 21:24|
|In agreement with Joe's comment...not a bad album but neither a "cup of hot chocolate"...just some kinda personal songs or inspiring like Joe wrote that Ken decided to put up as a release..."There's A Way"(nice and catchy song),"When Angels Cry" & "Sacred Eyes" are the ones that caught my attention in here...80/100|
|From: elljam||Date: April 30, 2012 at 6:58|
|For some reason the best songs on the album & the only ones with any spunk were the final three tracks. The rest are just too lightweight which even Ken's great vocals (he reminds me of Matti Alfonzetti) can't save. Disappointing compared to most of his other work.|
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