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|3.||Heart of a Hero|
|4.||More than a Thousand Words|
|7.||Two Are Better Than One|
|9.||Think on These Things|
|10.||For All You're Worth|
|11.||We Hold Our Hearts Out to You|
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|From: vandervelde||Date: February 14, 2004 at 13:49|
|I don't know any other PETRA albums but this is very good record....has a large number of harmonies and melodies...you don't hear any alternative influences....Best songs for me Sincerely yours, No Doubt,More than a thousand words( beatiful ballad)...|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: June 4, 2004 at 4:23|
|They'd started looking like a Bay Area Thrash Metal band by now, but after the heavier "Wake Up Call" actually returned to the softer sounds from the 80's. Title track and "Sincerely Yours" are the highlights, but not really any fillers here. Very Nelson-like.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: March 18, 2011 at 10:51|
|A few blood-pumping rockers, a terrific bunch of mid-tempo tunes, and a couple of generic ballads...yep, it's a Petra album. Some critics lashed out at the band on this outing for incorporating alternative influences, but I just don't hear it. The guitars aren't quite as polished as they were on previous albums, but they're certainly not grungy, and the catchy hooks & harmonies would be woefullly out of place on any album bearing the grunge banner, like perfect nipples wasted on the world's saggiest breasts. Nope, no doubt about it, this is just another good, solid Petra CD.|
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