by Daily Planet
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The influence of pop culture is clearly seen in Daily Planet's Reunion Records' debut, Hero. A band named after the newspaper in the Superman comic books, on this album the rock foursome manages to make references to Luke Skywalker, Japanese imports, and mp3s. While this does date the album somewhat, it also makes for interesting lyrical content. Composed of members Jesse Butterworth, Seth Davis, Danny Lund, and Bobby Reinsch, the group offers strong rock melodies, catchy hooks, and fun production elements. Overall, the project can be compared to musical aspects of Third Day's Time. Vocally, the album brings to mind Big Tent Revival's lead singer, Steve Wiggins. Songs include "Flying Blind," "Tangled Web," and "Everything Revolves Around You."

Product Details

Release Date: 08/20/2002
Label: Reunion
UPC: 0602341004923
catalogNumber: 10049

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Daily Planet   Primary Artist
Phil Madeira   Musician
Dave Cleveland   Musician
Carl Gorodetzky   Strings
Dan Lund   Percussion,Drums,Vocals,Tap Dance
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Matt Pierson   Musician
Joy Williams   Vocals
Scott Williamson   Musician
Jeff Roach   Musician
Regie Hamm   Musician
Kent Hooper   Overdubs
Seth Davis   Bass,Vocals
Jesse Butterworth   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Breathing

Technical Credits

Strethen Davis   Contributor
Tim Akers   String Arrangements
Regie Hamm   Producer,String Arrangements
George King   Executive Producer
Danny Mann   Executive Producer
Jordan Richter   Engineer
Dean Diehl   Executive Producer
Stephanie McBrayer   Art Direction,grooming

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Hero 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This band is awesome! These guys and great Christian men, and they sound good. Buy the CD, you won't regret it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
best christian cd of the year! a complete album...every song has unique personality. they even have hints of dave mathews band in "five".