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Ambitious and Amazing.

I'll admit. I'm a serious Soul-Junk fan. I pretty much like everything I've ever heard (albeit to varying degrees), but this is by far my favorite. As musically ambitious as anything you find out in mainstream music-land, but with the added creative constraint of sticking 100% to scriptures written thousands of years ago. You never get the impression that the lyrics are forced to match the music, but more a sense that the band literally reached in to the realm of worship and hunger that originally inspired the Psalmist so long ago. Its hard to find the words to describe my experience of the music itself, as I suppose it should be. But it amazing. It builds a connection between you and the musicians, between you and the scriptures, and essentially, between you and at the One who inspired both. And IF you can get ANY music lover to sit and listen without getting a mental block about the fact that they are listening to the bible, they will love it too.


Soul-Junk again ushers in a new sound in the way that only they can do, but this album tops the charts. Not enough good things can be said about this band and this album

Better as a quasi hip hop group.

These guys were at the forefront of experimental hip hop and were amazing at it. then came the remix album 1937 which went from experimental to just noise. (I mean monkey on a keyboard noise). Whatever the historyonics of it this work as a standalone effort, in essence trying to sing scripture, is admiable in effort and meaning but it sounds so forced and awkward that it's honestly just hard to follow and tolerate. I like the carefree coastal vibe but it's just not that fun or exiting in any way and there is no follow along pattern to the vocalization of the words, just random ups and downs which don't make it sound musical as much as just 'drunk'. Sorry Soul Junk, loved ya before but this is borderline awful artistically.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

When avant-pop band Trumans Water relocated from San Diego to the Pacific Northwest in early 1994, multi-instrumentalist Glenn Galloway stayed behind, re-christened himself Glen Galaxy, and embarked on a (mostly) solo project called Soul-Junk. Writing songs in praise of Jesus Christ, and in fact drawing a large portion of his lyrics directly from the Bible, Galloway's first album as Soul-Junk, 1950, was released in 1995 on the Holy Kiss label. Numerous releases (CDs, LPs, cassettes, and 7''s) followed...
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