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Flame in All of Us
     

The Flame in All of Us

5.0 3
by Thousand Foot Krutch
 
On 2007's The Flame in All of Us, the Canadian Christian rock act Thousand Foot Krutch offers up a dynamic and accessible collection of faith-based tunes. While "What Do We Know" carries a light, poppy vibe, songs such as the driving title track and the stomping "Falls Apart" showcase the Toronto-based band's metallic edge.

Overview

On 2007's The Flame in All of Us, the Canadian Christian rock act Thousand Foot Krutch offers up a dynamic and accessible collection of faith-based tunes. While "What Do We Know" carries a light, poppy vibe, songs such as the driving title track and the stomping "Falls Apart" showcase the Toronto-based band's metallic edge.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/18/2007
Label:
Tooth & Nail Records
UPC:
0094638824725
catalogNumber:
88247

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Thousand Foot Krutch   Primary Artist
Stevie Blacke   Violin,Viola,Celli
Ken Andrews   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Steven Augustine   Drums,Group Member
Charlotte Martin   Vocals
Trevor McNevan   Vocals,Group Member
Joel Bruyere   Bass,Group Member

Technical Credits

Stevie Blacke   Arranger
Ross Hogarth   Engineer
Phil X.   Guitar Engineer
Ken Andrews   Programming,Producer,Engineer
Brandon Ebel   Executive Producer
Steven Augustine   Engineer
Trevor McNevan   Engineer,Writer,Liner Notes

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The Flame in All of Us 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thousand Foot Krutch's fourth cd rocks with new rythms, bringing power and passion into their lyrics, with hard guitars and strong vocals. Thousand Foot Krutch sings about their passion for God, ("My Home" - You are my home, you are my everything, when I feel so alone, you are my shelter, when all my hope is gone) and keeps up a good rythym with their more mellow songs. The band continues with their rock or even metal sound, with grinding beats (Falls Apart/New Drug/the Safest Place) and steady rythms that cry out about being angry and falling for the world around you. (My Own Enemy) The band also has some less driving beats, that sing about finding yourself (Wish You Well) and being someone you're not. They definitly point out their Christian veiws, moreso then in their other albums. This is overall a great album, and for the Rock/Metal/Christian people out there, it has a great sound.
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