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Skillet (Musical group)
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Publication Information:
New York : Atlantic, [2006]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 dvd.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Lyrics on container insert.
Rebirthing -- Last night -- Yours to hold -- Better than drugs -- Comatose -- Older I get -- Those nights -- Falling inside the black -- Say goodbye -- Whispers in the dark -- Looking for angels -- Live free or let me die -- Rebirthing (acoustic) -- Yours to hold (acoustic) -- Older I get (acoustic) -- Whispers in the dark (acoustic) -- Say goodbye (acoustic).

dvd: Rebirthing -- Whispers in the dark -- Looking for angels-- Behind the scenes.
Format :
Music CD


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Home Location
Clarence Library GOSPEL .S628 C-1 Compact Disc Branch Audiobook CD

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This is a melodically stunning record in which instrumentation strikes the disc's first chord. "Rebirthing" is a grand opening statement. Guitarist Ben Kasica cooks a delectable platter of tasty lead fills that are accompanied by orchestral tones all over the disc. The same is true of the title track, "Comatose." Here the band uses a proven recipe -- staccato guitars, piano, and orchestration -- to bring the tune home. "The Last Night" feels like classic Skillet. The tune boasts a feel-good chorus that shouts "radio-friendly." The same can be said for "Yours to Hold," as John Cooper's familiar vocals and warm vibe emanate from the tune. The same sensation strikes the track "The Older I Get." Here, the tune is once again radio-ready with an infectious, singable chorus. Comatose is a record that sustains on many levels. Cooper is really on target. Quiet moments like "Say Goodbye" are effectively woven with heavier moments like "Those Nights." When guitar progressions meet piano nuances, special things happen with this band. ~ Steven Douglas Losey

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