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A live album was a natural step after 2006's Good Monsters, which lead singer Dan Haseltine claimed was "meant to be played live." Live Monsters has the feel of a bootleg recording, with a limited track listing and no frills. There are few comments between songs, leaving the cuts as raw and honest as they were designed to be. Compared to Jars' other live release — the second disc of 2003's Furthermore — Live Monsters leaves you with the sense that this is a rock concert just as much as a faith-promoting experience. The boys are in their prime when they are challenging the status quo of contemporary Christian music, and here they do it again.


Formed: 1993 in Greenville, IL

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Jars of Clay were the breakout band of the so-called alternative CCM movement of the '90s, scoring an enormous mainstream hit with the debut single "Flood" and enjoying platinum sales. The group's lyrics may have been exclusively Christian, but their acoustic-oriented music fit perfectly into the folky jangle pop wing of alternative rock radio, at the time a rarity on the contemporary Christian music scene. Such success set the stage for breakthroughs by Christian bands like dc Talk and Sixpence...
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