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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Round Music Group
Catalog Number: RRD001
|2.||Race For Victory|
|3.||Way Back Home|
|4.||Givin' It All|
|5.||Jesus Is The Rock|
|7.||Blood Of The Son|
|10.||Grace Of God|
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|From: Adamnit||Date: March 12, 2008 at 7:26|
|These guys are an Aussie band. Being friends with the singer/guitarist, Darren, and lead guitarist, Clem (who I used to play in a band with) I used to see these guys live all the time. I had them play at my 16th birthday party back in 1990. They were great and not too much unlike Stryper as far as degree of heaviness, twin guitar attack and overall style. They used to do a killer version of Stryper's 'The Way'! As far as the album goes, to be honest they were a LOT better live. The production ju|
|From: Adamnit||Date: March 12, 2008 at 7:37|
|The production just lets the album down and does not do the band justice (no pun intended). It sounds clear enough but it's just lacking some punch. Still, some highly skilled playing and fantastic songwriting. Singer, Darren has now moved to the UK and you can check out his new band Daz Rigo at http://www.myspace.com/dazrigo|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 6, 2011 at 18:03|
|Just a decent album with mostly fillers but also with some highlights such as "Race For Victory","Way Back Home"(very good AOR),"Betterway"(AORish)& "Grace Of God"(catchy)...a CCM band that recorded only this album and vanished away...75/100|
|From: Delbert||Date: May 2, 2014 at 12:31|
|Released privately by the band from Tennessee, they play metal that at times sounds similiar to X-SINNER and ZION. You'll hear cranking guitars, some rough & ready attitude and cool backing vocals, not a bad album.|
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