Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian
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The dream would not leave me although I left my bed....
Music fan from Bama | 05/01/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
Although released in 1997, this excellent jewel was actually four or five years too late. Simply put, the songs on this disc are good enough to compete with the best of the secular stuff offered by Grammatrain's fellow "Seattle-ites". As a huge fan of early-to-mid 90s grunge (Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, AIC, Screaming Trees, etc.), there is no doubt Grammatrain are good enough to be mentioned in the same breath as those bands.
Now, as far as the disc is concerned, it's absolutely amazing - musically and lyrically. The hit song Flying, while simple, is lyrical brilliance. Don't believe me - then give it a listen.
If you are a fan of early 90s grunge and don't have this disc, you are missing out. And yes, Christians can ROCK!
Worth buying for: Flying, Sell your Soul, Found in You
Icing on the cake: all others
Could have done without: n/a"
GT Does it Again
Josh Vajda | Michigan, USA | 04/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Though their fame came through the grunge revolution of the early 90's, Grammatrain lived through its death. This album still has hints of their old sound in it, but mostly its hard rock (with the same powerful messages). The best are Jonah, Pain, Spiderweb, and For Me, which all carry their classic feel. Also is Fuse which sounds like a spy thriller, Peace which is surprisingly calm for their reputation, and Less of Me which drives hard but features a hint of acoustic guitar. It's no Lonely House, but it's a great album just the same."
Christian Grunge? Awwww Yeah!
Josh Vajda | 03/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Grammatrain is probably the one and only group I've ever heard that managed to combine the religous message of other christian music groups with the seattle-grunge sound of such greats as Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Nirvana, and their like. It's an odd combo, you may think, but one that works masterfully, especially on "Pain", "Fuse" and "Flying". Grammatrain is a group that deserves far more attention then they've recieved, and this cd is why."