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Artist: Bride

Title: Oddities

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Category: CCM Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Organic Records

Catalog Number: ORCD 9830

Personnel

Dale Thompson vocals
Troy Thompson guitar
Jerry McBroom drums

Tracks

1.  Intro  0:19
2.  I Ain't Coming Down  2:33
3.  Why Won't He Break  4:05
4.  If I Told You It Was the End of the World  4:20
5.  I Found God  4:44
6.  Closer to the Center of the Earth  5:02
7.  Tomorrow Makes No Sense  4:35
8.  Day By Day  4:11
9.  Spirit  5:29
10.  It Is Only When I'm Left Alone  4:07
11.  God's Human Oddities  4:33
12.  Under the Blood  4:50
13.  Die a Little Bit Every Day  5:08
14.  Restore Me  2:01
  
Total Running Time:  55:57

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Existing comments about this CD

From: M. Allen Date: August 29, 2001 at 17:34
BRIDE will (most likely) never again reach the pinnacle of metal perfection they attained with "Snakes in the Playground," but this 1998 effort rates as one of their best, packed with monster guitars, heavy riffs, powerful songs, and plenty of attitude. Tracks like "Why Won't He Break," "Under the Blood," and "Spirit" are almost as good as anything that appeared on "Snakes...," which means just about any BRIDE fan should be pleased with this Elefante-produced (again) release.

From: Edwin Chamorro Date: January 28, 2002 at 11:28
In my opinion,this is the best Bride album ever,better than Snakes.Why? Yes, the music is excellent, Dale vocals are great etc,but the best part of this albums is THE LYRICS. Yes, this is probably the greatest rock album.The most thought-provocking lyrics,can anyone deny the excellence of Closer to the center of the Earth,God's Human Oddities or Under the Blood. If you like more than the usual cliche lines that are offer in the standard CCM pop albums, this is for you.

From: Cephas Date: April 15, 2002 at 11:16
After buying & hearing a live/in-concert version of "Oddities" & "Jesus Experience", I knew I had to get "Oddities": The songs were great! WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED? The studio-produced CD blows big time. Dale, who's usually in fine, operatic form, sounds like he had the flu during recording. I felt embarrassed listening to him wheeze through "I Found God." I never got past Track 5 before taking it out of the player and (eventually) getting rid of it. What a disappointment!

From: Tyler Date: October 17, 2003 at 1:56
It took me a while to get used to, but once I did, I began to love this album. My only complaint is that I think the guitars are too low in the mix. This is actually quite the heavy album, but the mix really hurts some songs. Still, definately a good album.

From: Dean Date: October 11, 2004 at 17:32
Total grunge influenced here-you can def. tell these guys were listening to alot of Alice in Chain esp on "I found God" Not a bad album by any means but not up to par with the previous albums.


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