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Artist: Whitecross

Title: In the Kingdom

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Category: CCM Melodic Metal

Year: 1991

Label: Star Song

Catalog Number: SSD8183

Personnel

Rex Carroll guitar, backing vocals
Scott Wenzel lead vocals
Butch Dillon bass, backing vocals
Mike Feighan drums, backing vocals

Tracks

1.  No Second Chances  
2.  We Know What's Right  
3.  In the Kingdom  
4.  In His Hands  
5.  Good Enough  
6.  Love is Our Weapon  
7.  The Eternal Fire instrumental  
8.  You Will Find it There  
9.  If He Goes Before Me  
10.  Tell Me the Time  
11.  Holy War  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Date: July 16, 2001 at 18:55
This cd is the absolute best whitecross cd ever. Rex carroll makes steve vai sound like crud. He is also a strong christian.

From: mr scary Date: September 19, 2001 at 12:11
what a top song, in the kingdom. Im no christain metal fan, but this song is tops.

From: Cephas Date: March 5, 2002 at 3:42
There was a 'white phase' in the late '80's: Great White, Whitesnake, White Lion ... hey, why not WHITECROSS?! ( Yet another blow against Christian rock's creativity.) WC is ah-ight, nothing special. They're polished, but so-so. 'In the Kingdom' rocks hard as does 'No 2nd Chances'. Credit where it's due. WC has been around longer than a lot of other bands. So, props, guys! But, there's just too much schlock to wade through on this CD to get to the good songs. This one will go to eBay soon.

From: dokken6008 Date: June 5, 2002 at 4:02
Whitecross may have exhibited superior musicianship and Wenzel may have sounded just like S. Pearcy, but that doesn't make up for the lack of good songwriting on 'In The Kingdom'. Really, the band would have benefited greatly had there been better lyrics. Perhaps they could have gotten some help--I mean A LOT of help, from outside songwriters. Besides the poorly written lyrics, Rex's playing is fantastic & the rest of the band contributed some great material as well. Hate the choir, though.

From: yizack Date: November 18, 2002 at 14:42
I love Whitecross music! Rex Carroll was really fantastic when was playing in Whitecross. In the Kingdom is a Rex poem. Rex is the best chistian guitar player i've ever known. But i prefer the 'High Gear' album: it's LETAL!!!!

From: yizack Date: November 18, 2002 at 14:45
I love Whitecross music! Rex Carroll was really fantastic when was playing in Whitecross. In the Kingdom is a Rex poem. Rex is the best chistian guitar player i've ever known. But i prefer the 'High Gear' album: it's LETAL!!!! mi e-mail: yizack@elsalvador.com

From: Crash Date: January 19, 2003 at 3:57
I am a long time drummer/songwriter and have been in many bands. The bottom line is White Cross is perhaps lyrically, musically and spiritually one of the best bands ever! Any comments otherwise...Well you just do not have a good ear or heart!

From: Steve F. Date: February 8, 2003 at 22:17
The beginning of the end, in my opinion. The first two tracks are good and 'Love Is a Weapon' has a great guitar riff, even if it sounds like they raided Dokken's storehouse. But there are too many ballads and mid-tempo numbers, and 'Holy War' made me want to retch. This was really the last Whitecross album that had any value for me.

From: Magnus Date: April 17, 2003 at 14:56
IN THE KINGDOM is a CLASSIC ! Please, hear HIGH GEAR album.It is a CLASSIC ALSO. REX CARROL is AMAZING ! He did things that other guitar players wouldn't do. Grace & Peace for all !

From: christrocks777 Date: October 3, 2003 at 14:00
Yeah....this was my first Whitecross album....at first I thought whats up with the classic metal style,....but later I thought wow... They're really awesome...me trying to be a sologuitarist...Rex Carroll is the best I know....His solos are really awesome. You Will Find It There,...best christian metal song...awesome... Keep walking with Jesus,and you'll definitely find it there... christrocks777....Rockin' With The Cross.

From: rex carroll Date: December 3, 2003 at 13:09
well it's really cool to see all the nice comments on my guitar playing, thank you very very much! I always did the best I could do, given the situation, and this album was technically very very good. but, everybody else had their agendas too so there's a couple songs on this I had nothing to do with, so the feeling of this not being a true whitecross album is in some sense justified. No 2nd Chances is still one of my favorite songs to play. thanks again for all the support.

From: Darlene Date: January 18, 2004 at 18:01
Believe it or not, I am a 40 yr old mother of 5, I listened to this album for the first time maybe 7 yrs ago, and I was so moved, I have searched everywhere for the video, I did own it, but sooo many people always wanting to borrow it, and share it, I ended up losing it. You have touched many lives in my circle of friends, God Bless

From: KED-SONIC Date: January 19, 2004 at 11:36
Hey! Really cool to see comments from Rex [presuming that's actually him]. I found this album to perhaps be best-produced album from the group. Heavier songs were very tight [No 2nd Chances - one of the best from the band]. Wenzel's vocals were at peak - rasp came through very well and added to over-all effect. Guitar was excellent - as always. Drums and bass were very tight. [I'm a keyboard player; but listen to a lot of guitar-driven music - so I appreciate what's involved.]...Rgds,

From: Duxe Date: February 1, 2004 at 7:50
this cd roxx i love christian rock and metal whitecross is the best band of the eighties In the Kingdom Roxx Greetz DuxE

From: satriani03 Date: February 17, 2004 at 20:38
you will find it there , was so awsome and no second chances rules too i search everywhere for (you will find it there)- tabs, and cnt find them anywhere oh well! in the kingdom was the best album then it kinda went dowen hill from there! but, i havent heard the (high gear) album so , ill see later! see ya satriani03

From: Impaler Date: February 22, 2004 at 12:07
They softened their sound a little on this one and even tried a partial rap song. Has maybe 4 good songs. Guitar work is as always kicks ass but the song writing and prodution makes me wonder if half way through recording this they were drugged and brainwashed into thinking they were supposed to sound like Richard Marx.

From: Deon Date: April 21, 2004 at 17:08
Although I love this album, I have to admit that it is only certain songs that truly stand out, and the rest I hardly EVER listen to them (perhaps once every few years to remind myself why I don't like them at all). Strangely, In the Kingdom is one of my least favourites, but it at least ranks higher than 'If he goes before me' and 'Tell me the time'. All time favourite song is Holy War... the riff in the middle of the song gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. Rex is awesome!

From: z4roxx Date: January 15, 2005 at 22:45
My fave Whitecross release!Rex Carroll is a guitar God!(I think he'll be glad of that ahahaha!!).This cd rocks rocks a lot!!Amazing songs,spectacular sounds...

From: rockhardrock Date: February 7, 2011 at 15:02
the first album I've heard from this band and I like it a lot. The lyrics are so positive living and well written. The production here is top notch. Maybe only two songs here that didn't moved me, I don't mean lyricaly but musically. These two are you will find it there and tell me the time. They do sound like ratt but these guys wrote deeper lyrics than ratt.

From: skonci Date: June 3, 2012 at 7:03
so far I've heard now about this band, this record is in my top 3 by Whitecross, others two are their debut album and Triumphant return.second Mike is as good drummer as previous Mike.Scott voice is still great here and also Rex's guitar playing.the production is again top notch for me if you compare it to their debut album.if their debut album would have this kind of production, it would be a defenitive winner for me.my favourites here: tracks 1,2,3,4,6,9 and 11.do yourself a small favour ang get this record or just give it a listen on the net.I think it will eventually grow on you if not the very first moment you will haer it.God bless you all!!!


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