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Lost some edge

Much to Christian/Faith based for my liking. Lost some edge that he had with Live. Would love to see them reunite and put together an album featuring "hold me up".


What a terrible effort. Not one single song on the album worth listening to really. This guy really needs to go back with Live and make real music.

Not bad at all

For his first solo album, I think it's a pretty decent effort. The tracks are far from boring and is quite a refreshing change from Live, who I felt were beginning to get boring. I was not at all impressed with Live's last album, but I am impressed with Ed's solo effort.


Born: July 16, 1971 in York, PA

Genre: Rock

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

As the lead singer of Live, Ed Kowalczyk fronted one of the most successful American post-grunge bands of the ‘90s, coming to prominence with their 1994 sophomore album, Throwing Copper. With his bald head and intense eyes, Kowalczyk cut a distinctive figure, but what separated him from other '90s alt-rockers was his utter earnestness: he adopted U2's open-hearted stance as his own, preferring sincerity to irony. Live released seven albums between 1991 and 2006 before splitting, with Kowalczyk launching...
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