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3.90 | 31 ratings

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5 stars I like all different genres of Gospel music, like traditional Gospel, contemporary, rock, rap, old school, and more. I enjoy a positive Christian message. I enjoyed this album because it is different such as in how the instruments are used. The organ is used in traditional Gospel music and soul, but this album uses it in a way I'm not used to hearing, and I liked it (I love the organ). My favorite track is the second one Refulgence, which has a guitar sound that reminds me of Morningstar. There are also long introductions similar to Rick Pino. The song Fade has beautiful vocals that remind me of opera a little bit, with soft mellow piano- like a meditation song. I liked "Vestibule of Smoke" a lot, with all the different stringed instruments- acoustic guitar, mandolin, and banjo. It's not typical instruments you hear in rock music. I like the effects on the singing in "Hope Maketh Not Ashamed," which sounds like listening to a rock orchestra in the beginning. I recommended this to people who like Gospel rock music.
ChadSlade86 | 5/5 |


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