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Walls Came Down
Collin Raye
Walls Came Down
Genres: Country, Pop
 
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All Artists: Collin Raye
Title: Walls Came Down
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 17
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 7/14/1998
Release Date: 7/14/1998
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Today's Country, Neotraditional
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646887622

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Michael M. from FORT WAYNE, IN
Reviewed on 9/8/2009...
Probably the best music that Colin Raye has ever done.
Lorelie L. from CLINTON, MA
Reviewed on 12/5/2006...
Love this guy's voice and songs. You will too.

CD Reviews

Great work Collin! April 12, 2000
Michelle White | South Porcupine, Ontario, Canada | 04/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is another CD of wonderful work performed by Collin Raye. He even wrote a couple of songs. He wrote the title track himself and co-wrote "Start Over Georgia" with his brother Scott. This was the first CD I ever owned of Collin. When I heard it, it brought tears to my eyes. It reminded me of when I first heard his song "One Boy, One Girl". That was 5 years ago. Every song he has done to date is an exceptional piece of work that only Collin can provide. He touches the heart and soul. I am not disappointed with this CD or any of his others. Please go out and buy it. It is well worth the money."
Collin Raye's most consistent CD
James E. Bagley | Sanatoga, PA USA | 07/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Walls Came Down reaffirms Collin Raye's status as one of country music's top interpreters. His muscular tenor bites mightily into the hypnotically frenetic "I Can Still Feel You" and the mid-paced rhythms of "Anyone Else" with obvious zeal, while he sails angelically through moving ballads like "I Wish I Could" and "All My Roads." What startles is Raye's emergence as a first-rate songwriter, with contributions to two of the strongest cuts on the album. The gentle bluegrass ballad "Start Over Georgia" offers a descriptive look at small town values, while the uptempo title track effectively captures the exhilaration and relief of removing a facade and revealing one's true self. This pair of gems - the latter written by Raye alone - bode well for his future as a complete artist.Raye's affinity for message songs continues with the child abuse saga "The Eleventh Commandment" and its prelude "Dark Secrets." Unlike previous hits "Little Rock" and "I Think About You," which managed to entertain while making an important statement, "The Eleventh Commandment" comes on way too strong. Chalk it up as an ambitious failure that concludes an otherwise first-rate album."