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Artist: Siloam

Title: Dying to Live

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Category: CCM AOR/Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Ocean/Word

Catalog Number: 7018176697

Personnel

Brian Lutes drums, percussion
Marshall Lacharias guitar, banjo, sitar, kazoo
Brent Millsop vocals
Chad Everett bass

Tracks

1.  Apathy  5:37
2.  Daddy's Little Girl  3:34
3.  Dying to Live  4:00
4.  Pain Inside  4:36
5.  Home Comin  4:14
6.  Brand New Man  3:46
7.  Tender Heart  4:44
8.  My Pal Judas  4:24
9.  Lost in the Rain  5:01
10.  Welcome to Despair  9:40
11.  Pain Inside Enya version  4:38
  
Total Running Time:  54:14

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From: Siloam_Fan!! Date: February 22, 2004 at 1:27
i found a the new siloam site!! the drummer's has written a book and will be doing a film with johnny depp (!!!) this summer, not to mention brian's doing a ton of other things on the side! tons of pictures of the band and new song clips that we've never heard... very awesome!! it's www.brianlutes.com for all those interested

From: RECORDJNKY Date: October 9, 2004 at 3:44
This is easily one of the best Christian Melodic Hard Rock / AOR cd's ever recorded. I can't fault it! 10 out of 10!!

From: z4roxx Date: July 13, 2005 at 12:02
Personally I consider Siloam one of my fave band and one of the best in christian scene.If you love bands like Guardian,Holy Soldier,Fifth Angel etc that’s a band for you.The opening track”apathy”is great in a Queensryche typical style,the title track is a killer song,as killer i salso”Lost in the rain”.Ballads are all excellent but”Pain inside”is the best IMO.Singer is phenomenal,if you immagine a perfect mix between J.Rowe and S.Patrick you’ll get this guy...(continue)

From: z4roxx Date: July 13, 2005 at 12:03
In this one there a strange bass recording:sometimes it covers guitar sound and drums,too!BTW the rate for Siloam is 10/10,this one and the debut too.

From: Heavy.AOR Date: September 14, 2006 at 7:02
GOLD 9/10.For me this album good but not Brilliant only track "Dying to Live" brilliant.


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