Tag: audio adrenaline
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November 15, 2013
There are songs that proclaim your death, and there are songs that speak life. In the Silence of the Mind examines some songs that speak life that you need to listen to when you're down or when you just need a little pick me up.
October 26, 2013
A rickrolling review of a semi-new EP from Nashville's next big thing.
September 26, 2013
Dave Ghazarian (formerly of Audio Adrenaline and Superchick) returns with his second Christmas release penned under the awesome name “David Ian” (this is awesome because it shares my name. Duh.) Beginning exactly where his last effort Vintage Christmas left off, this album acts much like an extension to the previous release.
July 23, 2013
June 2, 2013
Audio Adrenaline have released their newest greatest hits collection 'Big House to Ocean Floor', featuring 16 of their greatest hits, from 'Hands of Feet' and 'Get Down' to 'King and 'Clap Your Hands'. Here is the review.
March 5, 2013
Audio Adrenaline release their first studio album in 8 years next week, this time featuring ex-dc Talk member Kevin Max on lead vocals. Check out the review of one of the most anticipated albums of the year.
December 26, 2012
Fever (A Defense of The Big Three) I need to take a brief pause at this point in my story to address something that I believe to be very important. To my knowledge it is something that has never been properly articulated publicly by any music critic from within the Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) community.… Continued →
December 19, 2012
Let It Begin I’ve always been one of those guys who shakes his presents. I’ve also been known to ask clever, probing questions in an attempt to sucker a gift giver into accidentally letting an all important hint slip out about what I might be receiving. To be completely honest, I probably find just as much (if not more) satisfaction in figuring out what a gift is before opening it as I do in the actual gift itself.… Continued →
December 12, 2012
Best Kept Secret It’s hard to keep anything hidden for long in a town with a population of less than 2,000 people. You know who’s at the post office by looking at the cars parked out front. If you are walking down the street and see someone working in their yard, chances are you’ll know each other by name.… Continued →