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Husband and wife duo Scott and Christine Dente have parlayed ten No. 1 singles, five studio albums and four Dove Awards into one of the most successful Christian music careers out there. But after splitting with their record company in 1998, the Dentes fell off the radar. Thankfully, OOG fans need wait no more: 6.1 -- courtesy of Michael W. Smith's Rocketown Records -- brings listeners up to date. Their captivating brand of alt-pop, distinguished by Christine's unique vocals and Scott's intricate guitar work, remains solid as ever, while their intimate songs deftly share the struggles -- and rewards -- of a life of faith. On 6.1, the Dentes bravely move forward, even as ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
Husband and wife duo Scott and Christine Dente have parlayed ten No. 1 singles, five studio albums and four Dove Awards into one of the most successful Christian music careers out there. But after splitting with their record company in 1998, the Dentes fell off the radar. Thankfully, OOG fans need wait no more: 6.1 -- courtesy of Michael W. Smith's Rocketown Records -- brings listeners up to date. Their captivating brand of alt-pop, distinguished by Christine's unique vocals and Scott's intricate guitar work, remains solid as ever, while their intimate songs deftly share the struggles -- and rewards -- of a life of faith. On 6.1, the Dentes bravely move forward, even as they honor where they've been. The opening track (and first single), "Shine Like Crazy," is classic Out of the Grey: sparkling, infectious pop, textured with layered vocals and a message that hits you on a different level each time you hear it. That's the OOG we all know and love, but the Dentes quickly show us they have moved on. Jazzy and mesmerizing, the second track "Truth Breaks Through," incorporates an urban groove while its simple chorus speaks volumes while the aggressive rocker "Waiting" reminds us that to live with faith is to step above the fray. There's not a klunker on this collection, from its gentle, soaring ballads to the harder-edged rock.
All Music Guide - Daniel Malich
Four years since the release of their last studio album, Scott and Christine Dente return with a renewed sense of vision on 6.1. While their solid songwriting remains, along with Christine's ethereal vocals and Scott's gifted guitar work, this duo charts a new, yet somehow familiar course under the direction of producer Monroe Jones. "Shine Like Crazy," the album's upbeat power pop opener, and "What's It Gonna Be," a piano-based ballad, provide powerful anthems to the choices we face in moving forward in life, and living without fear. "Brave" moves musically from mild to intense, singing about the commitment to live life fully without knowing what's around the corner, while "Out of the Ordinary," a breezy rock ballad, and arguably the best song on the album, uses Scott's vocals in verse opposite Christine's angelic pipes in chorus, presenting the view that within all of life's contradictions, there is a greater power that puts us on the path to the extraordinary. "I Want Everything" addresses the discontent found in life, and the restless unwillingness to settle for anything but the very best that is promised in faith, while containing probably the best line on the album (a bit of an inside joke for fans who know about the couple's affection for java): "I want holy/I want lovely/I want grace/I want passion/I want poetry, and coffee -- oh, everything!" Other songs on the album are equally fulfilling, and Jones leaves no stone unturned in appealing to old fans while easily attracting new ones. With Christine never sounding more free in her interpretations, and Scott opening up new depths in his instrumentations, Jones has taken their near perfect artistry to new heights. However, it's the duo's inimitable ability to pen thought provoking, emotional lyrics that take center stage. For, while many albums have the power to touch your heart, few leave imprints on your soul. This one does. And we are left only wanting more.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/28/2001
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998581722
  • Catalog Number: 85817

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Shine Like Crazy (4:31)
  2. 2 Truth Breaks Through (3:53)
  3. 3 Brave (3:06)
  4. 4 What's It Gonna Be (3:08)
  5. 5 With All My Heart (3:06)
  6. 6 Waiting (3:07)
  7. 7 Tell Your Story (3:33)
  8. 8 Out of the Ordinary (3:54)
  9. 9 The Words (3:00)
  10. 10 I Want Everything (3:56)
  11. 11 Grace, Mercy and Peace (7:28)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Out of the Grey Primary Artist
Christine Dente Vocals
Scott Dente Guitar, Vocals
Greg Herrington Drums
Dan Needham Drums
Jeff Roach Drums, Keyboards
Mark Hill Bass
Ken Lewis Percussion
Gary Burnett Guitar
Technical Credits
Jimmy Abegg Image Coordinator
Christine Dente Composer
Scott Dente Composer
Jim Dineen Engineer
Monroe Jones Producer
Karinne Caulkins Art Direction
Don Donahue Executive Producer
Hank Williams Mastering
Jeff Roberts Booking
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No suprise?

    I met OOG 5 years ago; they were great then, and by God, they are greater now. It's great to see such success the Dente's. God bless you! P.S. Hi Jamie (TLW)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another Great Recording

    The Husband and Wife team Scott and Christine Dente are Out Of The Grey. 6.1 is their Sixth release and their first with Rocketown Records. That's why it's called ''6.1''. The songs are: Shine Like Crazy -- Truth Breaks Through -- Brave -- What's It Gonna Be -- With All My Heart -- Waiting -- Tell Your Story -- Out Of The Ordinary -- The Words -- I Want Everything -- Grace Mercy and Peace. You'll hear Scott on the Guitar and his wife Christine on Vocals. They are both masters of their art and it really shines through on this latest recording. 6.1 was able to continue in the tradition of their last album ''See Inside'' and while getting even closer to the fresh sound heard in their first and self titled recording. Yes, these guys are Christians and they sing about there faith in Jesus, but it is great music on any list or genre that you can find. If you're into meaning check out the lyrics, they are well thought out and really do mean something. They reflect their great faith in Jesus. They do not build a picture of the perfect life, but rather a life that is held in the palm of His hand and sustained by his Grace. Believe me when I tell you that this music is not ''preachy.'' It's real life experienced by people who believe in God. If your into sound, just sit back and listen to the artistry -- stong vocals and amazing guitar. Shine Like Crazy and I want Everthing really rock, while What's It Gonna Be and Out Of the Ordinary are moving ballads. If you've never heard of Out Of the Grey, pick this one up and get the latest taste of this great music based on what came before. If You've been following them for a while, you will not want to miss this one either. Buy this one. It's well worth it. Grace, Mercy and Peace.

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