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Category: CCM AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Curb Records

Catalog Number: 77926

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Billy Smiley acoustic and elctric guitar, backing vocals
Mark Gersmehl keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Barry Graul acoustic guitar and electric guitar
Steve Hindalong percussion
Mike Mead drums
Mark Hill bass
1.  Looking Glass  4:00
2.  Man Overboard  5:06
3.  Honestly  4:37
4.  Steel and Stone  5:28
5.  Vine  4:07
6.  Fall on Me  4:43
7.  Love Is Everything  5:01
8.  Give Enough  4:28
9.  Remember This  4:58
10.  Jesus  4:14
Total Running Time:  46:42

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From: Jay Date: May 10, 2003 at 3:44
Too many ballads and not enough rockers. That's my only complaint though, but it should be noted first and foremost. As for the ballads, they are some of Whiteheart's best. I just think maybe they should have made songs like "Looking Glass", "Man Overboard" and "Remember This" rock a little more. Steel and Stone/Jesus are straight ahead rockers though. Too bad they broke up. This is a good album if you want upbeat music, but not in the mood to headbang. Definitely worth the money though .

From: Jeremy Witte Date: May 15, 2003 at 0:14
Good cd... Not as great as "Highlands", and the reference to the occultic "crystal ball" in man overboard is a bit too extreme for my tastes. questions? email stronghandoflove@yahoo.com

From: illimey Date: February 26, 2004 at 17:27
Hmmm... I've never completely connected with the Whiteheart 'thing'. Tremendous talent, but in my opinion never used to it's full potential. Must admit I have not heard their earliest albums, though. Out of the albums I have heard, Freedom and Tales of Wonder are my favourite. Redemption is still definitely worth owning but it certainly takes a lot of listens to really appreciate. Best tracks - 'Steel and Stone', 'Vine', and 'Love is Everything'.

From: Date: March 3, 2004 at 8:21
ok cd.. it`s a little bit better than "inside" but i still miss the good feeling i have when i`m listening to "highland" and "freedom".

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