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Crashing Gates

Kevin Max

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ecclectic idiosyncratic heartwarmingly truthful 2

i shall mention bono / talking heads / the edge to save anyone else the bother. Such comparisons are shallow- for these recordings are more than songs - they bristle with energy and attitude which are inspirational, humourous posturing( you are welcome to accept the KMAX at face value or not) and above all - GOD fearing Saviour loving justice seeking intent. this collection has depth - in its sonic- and poetic ear bashing (or is it caressing?) What a pity the stormtroopers wish to wipe our smiles off our faces and pull our hands down -or even rip our arms off . They shall never succeed! the future has a soundtrack of LoVE! This is it. Well done Kev ole son X

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Often perceived as the eccentric, attention-seeking member of the CCM trio DC Talk, Kevin Max grew up outside of Grand Rapids, MI. Formerly known as Kevin Smith, music played a vital part in his formative years. Max started singing at the age of four and remembers "being carted around to schools, churches, and radio programs." He attended college at Virginia's Liberty University, where he met fellow DC Talk members Toby McKeehan and Michael Tait. The three formed the band in 1987, merging the styles...
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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 09 December 2008

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