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Artist: The Brave

Title: Trust

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Category: CCM AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Pakaderm Records

Catalog Number: 7012526262

Personnel

Randy Roberts lead vocals, guitar
Stayce Roberts guitars, vocals
Freddie Tierra guitars, vocals
Steve Irwin bass, vocals
Jamie Wollam additional drums
J.R. McNeely additional bass
John Elefante additional keyboards

Tracks

1.  The River  4:23
2.  Rage of the Age  4:46
3.  Following You  4:13
4.  Dirty Water  4:53
5.  Tomorrow  5:03
6.  Don't  5:17
7.  Long Way to Heaven  4:12
8.  Can't Let the Devil Win  4:31
9.  When You're Alone  5:29
10.  Trust  3:16
  
Total Running Time:  46:03

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: May 11, 2001 at 19:56
If you like Early Guardian this cd picks up where Miracle Mile leaves off Very good album

From: koogles Date: January 2, 2002 at 6:48
Those expecting "Battle Cries part 2" are in for a let-down. Nowhere nearly as good, with too many concessions to the alternative rock sound. A few decent moments can't save this from the dreaded "sophmore jinx"!

From: Scott Date: February 12, 2003 at 15:47
alternative rock sound? NOT! There is not even a hint of "alternative" on this disc. "Trust" is a melodic blues based hard rock album. New vocalist Randy Roberts gives this disc a different flare as well, but alternative??? Not even! I like this disc as much as their commercial, pop metal debut. http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/brave.html

From: Vern Date: April 2, 2004 at 23:27
I have been listening to this CD for years and it still rocks!

From: Stayce Date: June 24, 2004 at 3:54
I was one of the guitarists in the Brave for both records. This record was a joy to make. Battlecries was really the record the label wanted to make-this was close to what the first record would've sounded like if it were left up to us. I love both albums, but this was us. John & Dino were great, and taught us alot. This record always reminds me of hanging out with Michael Sweet-one of the real Christians in the market. Treasured memories, treasured friend. As were the Elefantes and JR McNeely.

From: Geoff Date: March 14, 2005 at 21:56
There's a beautiful track on here with awesome guitar... a mid-tempo number which I forget now, but it's a very nice track, even if I hate the lyrics. For me, the debut Brave disc is really quite excellent, but this one not as much. The band just sound f*cking awesome and there are some killer heavy riffs here... but IMO the songs aren't quite as good and I still hate those lyrics . I agree with Scott too. This is not alternative, just heavy rock.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: December 8, 2005 at 0:01
The new vocalist isn't as good as the first...the same can be said for the CD as a whole. When compared to the debut, this sophomore album is a letdown, but that said, it rocks pretty well, with a heavy edge and a rough-yet-melodic production style. "Dirty Water" is the best song, with its tough, mean, attitude-laden riff. Those trusting the band to repeat the magic of their debut will be disappointed, but those simply looking for some hard rockin' Christian music should be mildly satisfied.

From: Zze Date: November 1, 2007 at 15:06
This is a excellent raw blues hard rock CD, with solid guitars, heavy riffs awesome voice and great production. sounds a little like Soundgarden to me, altought these guys seem to be more talented. far from their previous sugary pop rock stuff of the previous CD.

From: patriotsfan29 Date: August 18, 2012 at 15:44
The Brave didn't try grunge with their follow-up record, but you definitely wouldn't mistake this for the same band as the debut. Battle Cries is one of my favorite albums from the entire genre, Trust, not so much. Good songs are The River, Dirty Water(the absolute best on the record), Tomorrow and Long Way To Heaven


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