Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Christian
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Relient K rox
Rick King | Newman Lake, WA USA | 10/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Relient K is an awsome band. It one of the few CD's that EVERY song is totally cool. A lot of CD's I'll skip to the next song maybe cause I don't like the song or it doesn't have the rythum. But I play this one ALL the way through. I like the way they come up with the craziest things such as "Marilyn Manson ate my girlfriend, talking about the guys girlfriend turning away from God, "Hello Mcfly", saying they wanna go back to the future to correct their sins. and others like "17 magazine" and "wake up call". The lyrics are very clear and understandable. Although not all the songs have something to do with God or anything spiritual. ex. "Nancy Drew" and "Charles in Charge". This CD isn't actually the "worship God" type. The music is different. Which if you like different, buy it. Heck, buy it anyway. It's worth the money if you're a punk-rock fan. The only thing I don't really care for is how short ALL the songs are.???."
An Awesome Debut CD
RK fan | 08/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Which is exactly what it is. A DEBUT cd. To all those people that think they sound too "soft" try listening to some of Relient K's newest cd's.
Anyway, I am a huge fan of Relient K. You can hear a definite difference in sound from this cd and Mmhmm. All the songs are fun, the lyrics are good, and the messages are good. There are a lot more God-oriented songs on this cd than on their other ones, but I believe that shows that Relient K is most definitely a Christian Band.
My favorite songs are My Girlfriend, Wake Up Call, Staples, and 17 Magazine. I hope that you listen to them and enjoy them too."
Great for A Debut CD
Jordon | Canada | 08/03/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've been a fan of Relient K ever since this album, but I'm reminded that this IS their debut CD. It's hard not to do, but you can't really compare this CD to Two Lefts or Mmmhmm because the band has evidently (and naturally) grown and matured as a band. While it's not their "best" album, I'd say that, for a debut album, it holds up nicely. I reccommend anything by these guys, especially Mmmhmm!!"