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Label: Self Released
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|1.||Mention of Your Name||Listen|
|2.||Here I Stand||Listen|
|4.||Leap of Faith||Listen|
|7.||Change the World||Listen|
|10.||Home unplugged version||Listen|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: May 21, 2012 at 7:52|
|The band was offering this album for free as a download around the 1st of the year. http://www.walkingwithkings.com/ From what I understand WWK will officially release this one in CD form soon to coincide with a tour. WWK are a 4 piece band with frontman Terry Chism, ex-Stuck Mojo/ex-Adrenaline Mob/ex-Sick Speed guitarist Rick Ward, ex-Stuck Mojo drummer Frank Fontsere. The last 2 members where formally in a band I despise, 'Fozzy' and and have fully redeemed themselves with this release, since they dropped the dead weight(Chris Jericho). With some of the members history in the rap/metal genre I didn't know what to expect. Get ready to never say never as this is a hard rock release with modern elements, and I 'LIKE' it. If Christian lyrics put you off, donít jump the gun and turn away, because this is very good stuff. Very catchy with good melodies and the modern elements on some tracks 'Here I Stand' don't bother me too much. If your a Christian you should find WWK very inspirational.|
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