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Catalog Number: EK 57606
|4.||He's Been in My Shoes|
|6.||Underneath the Blood|
|8.||Believer in Deed|
|9.||Marks of the Cross|
|10.||Just Reach Out|
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|From: Daiana Vogel||Date: May 1, 2001 at 11:07|
|me encanta Underneath the blood!!!|
|From: Víctor Miguel||Date: May 3, 2001 at 17:42|
|Son los mejores del rock cristiano. Petra forever!!!!|
|From: ALEXX GLAM||Date: April 7, 2004 at 21:37|
|ITS THE ONLY CD I EVER HEARD BUT ITS GOOD COMERCIAL HARD ROCK IN THE VEIN OF MICHAEL SWEET SOLO ALBUMS, MY FAVS TRACKS PRAYING MAN,HES BEEN IN MY SHOES AND MIDNIGHT OIL|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: June 4, 2004 at 4:19|
|Actually one their weakest, and slightly heavier than the previous releases. Buy the following "No Doubt" album instead.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: April 7, 2009 at 12:33|
|What an incredible band.Let's hear the opening songs"Midnight oil"finishing with the awesome"Marks of the cross".This band needs no comment.And also here I count 4 comment(with mine 5).So I should continue writin'here....Ok I'll do it anyway ahahaha!|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 25, 2010 at 17:19|
|I know I'm a broken record, but I can't actually believe these guys. I was listening to all my Petra CDs last night to decide whether to keep them or not - it was a pretty negative overall result. Songs like 'Strong Convictions' and 'Believer in Deed' really need to be heard to be believed. I can't believe a man could actually write this stuff. And probably the worst offender is 'Praying Man'. which sadly has the album's best chorus/hook... but it is so terrible lyrically I can't really enjoy it. The point is, regardless of how annoying and in-your-face their message and lyrics are, the songs honestly just aren't good, imo.|
|From: AOR1||Date: March 3, 2011 at 16:03|
|Sometimes I stand in front of my collection, close my eyes, choose a cd to prove if I can realize what´s spinning in my player. And yes, tonight it was this Petra release. Took me 10 seconds to realize it´s a christian band (because of the lyrics) and after 2 minutes I knew that I was listening to Petra. Geoffs post nailed it. Musically very average, lyrics I can hardly listen to. They did some good ones but this for sure is a weak release.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: March 13, 2011 at 14:56|
|Some folks argue this was the beginning of Petra's decline and while I do not fully subscribe to this position, neither will I condemn it, because this album definitely pales in comparison to the previous 3 or 4 releases. Still, it's a solid effort from Petra, with some good rockers ("Underneath the Blood" is a heavy monster of an anthem) sprinkled amidst the more somnabulent songs. This is also the album on which the band gave up working with John & Dino Elefante and selected a new producer instead and it shows...and not necessarily for the better. Bottom line, when you're listening to the bona fide rock songs on this release, you'll be thinking, "Oh yeah, that's the Petra I know and love," but when the dull, plodding tracks are playing, you'll be wishing someone had given the band their own wake up call...|
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