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Take the album title seriously: On this nervy, addictive rock record, Sanctus Real share their hearts, offering up authentic songs of Christian faith, doubt, and struggle. The most rousing moments are when that struggle turns to worship: “These Things Take Time” chronicles some of the tough questions that this life offers, but in “The Redeemer” every question finds its answer and purpose in Christ. “Forgiven,” the dynamite single, is all about the believer’s true identity—not merely as sinner, but as saint, set apart by God for good things.

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Biography

Formed: 1996 in Ohio

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Guitarists Matt Hammitt and Chris Rohman formed Christian rock group Sanctus Real in 1996 while both were still tenth graders at Toledo Christian School. With Hammitt handling lead vocals, the duo added drummer Mark Graalman and bassist Steve Goodrum to round out the lineup. The group released three independent albums of power pop (All This Talk of Aliens in 1998, Message for the Masses in 1999, Nothing to Lose in 2001) before signing with Sparrow Records, leading to 2002's Say It Loud, which was...
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  • Genres: Christian Rock, Music, Christian & Gospel, Rock, CCM
  • Released: Mar 05, 2010

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