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dc Talk
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian, Gospel
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All Artists: dc Talk
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 6
Label: EMI CMG
Release Date: 8/17/2009
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian, Gospel
Style: Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724382510024


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Margaret S. from GLENVIEW, IL
Reviewed on 3/22/2007...
Different 5443830022, but same cover and same music. The boys are so young here but they are fun! This is their 1st cd! Love is a verb-great song. They still sing many of these song as oldies but goodies and the hold up, even today. cd is in okay condition.

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D. Christensen | Mancos, CO, US of A | 11/26/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If it's possible to the best DCT album this would have to be it. The only song that's not very good is Hardway. Before you can even settle down after you pop in the CD, you've got the head bangin' beats of Luv Is A Verb, one of their hit songs. They have some hip-hop remakes of those 70's classics Lean On Me and Jesus Is Just Alright. Time Is... is probably the best song on this album. Free at Last is a good hip-hop specimen. There are also the original versions of Say The Words and Socially Acceptable. Word 2 The Father is a sort of tribute to DCT's two previous albums with a rap verse made up of the titles of most of the songs from their two previous albums. Also has a lot of terminology they used on those albims. And of course, this wouldn't be a dc Talk album without the funny interludes. But after all that, I come to the two songs that have spoken to me: That Kinda Girl, and the controverial I Don't Want It. That Kinda Girl talks (in very fast rap) about not searching for a wife, but waiting for God to bring one to you. Will affect any single man's thinking on the subject. I Don't Want It, as you can probably guess from the title, is about abstaining from having sex until you "say the vows". It is the only song I've heard that addresses the subject from a man's point of view. There are others, like Lecrae's Wait and Michael W. Smith's Old Enough To Know, that address this subject from the woman's perspective, but none like this. In a world filled with vile pictures and language, it's a comfort to listen to this song; it will encourage you to "abstain from all sexual immorality" (1st Thessalonians 4:3). This is a great album, pick it up along with Nu Thang."