An excellent debut album
Eric Neuman | Central Illinois | 12/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Forefront Records' (DC Talk's record label) signed one of the best rock bands in 1993 - Audio Adrenaline. "Don't Censor Me" is Audio Adrenaline's debut release and it's monumental. The album starts with a great rock song, "Can't Take God Away" followed by "A.K.A. Public School." "Soulmate" slows things down a bit, as does "My World View." "My World View" is an excellent song - superb lyrics and music. Who could forget the song that follows? - "Big House." "Big House" was Audio Adrenaline's smash hit from this album. The song is uplifting and reminds listeners of what awaits us in heaven! "Jesus & The California Kid" is a Beach Boys style tune mixed with '90s rock. "Let Love" is a great pop song - the layering on this tune sounds wonderful! "We're A Band" is next - loud, in your face and awesome! "Rest Easy" is a quiet prayer followed by "Scum Sweetheart" - the lyrics personify the world. This album is alot of fun! I cannot recommend it enough!"
It was OK...
C. W. Fitch | 04/08/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I listened to this album once and found two really good songs: "Big House" and "We're A Band". Everything else...well, was iffy at best. If you want truly great Audio Adrenaline, pick up "Some Kind of Zombie" or "Live Bootleg". This one is OK if you are an AA fanatic."
Old-school Adrenaline Stays Fresh! Film at eleven!
C. W. Fitch | Wichita Falls, TX | 03/21/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This album from one of the most laid-back and groovy alternative Christian bands in the business is almost seven years old, but it's still got a heckuva shelf life left. The tunes on this CD have several different styles. You'll hear pop/dance stuff as well as light rock and a little bit o'grunge. They even take a shot at a Beach Boy-esque sound! Part of Audio Adrenaline's appeal is that they can play almost any style of music, and do it well. Although this isn't their best album, it is decent. There are a couple of questionable tracks; namely "A.K.A. Public School", which seems a little out-of-place for an album like this, and the surreal "Scum Sweetheart" (you'll either love it or hate it; I'm still trying to decide which). It is a fun listen nonetheless, and it should appeal to new and old-school AA fans alike."