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Album Review

Third Day quickly draws a distinction between entertaining and leading worship on Offerings. "King of Kings" starts the release with a fervent longing to know God. "Who is this King of glory with strength and majesty, and wisdom beyond measure, the gracious King of kings." Mac Powell raises the tune to a fervent pitch as the members from Atlanta's Cobb County Mass Choir join in to help the cut reach its pinnacle. "Agnus Dei/Worthy" was written by Michael W. Smith and has been a focal point at Third Day concerts over the past few years. It's easy to see why; the lyrics are inspiring, the energy level high. After distorted guitars and hard hitting drums the song becomes an acoustic sing along as thousands join the band in praise. "Your Everywhere" was written during the Conspiracy No. 5 sessions but the cut never made the release. The tune is a poignant ballad that displays the bands heartfelt passion. Both "Thief" and "Consuming Fire" have been live Third Day staples since the bands inception. "Thief" tells the account of the criminals crucified with Christ. This piano driven melody is emotionally potent. Equally engaging is "Consuming Fire," which was responsible for launching the band in 1996. You can feel the electricity as Tai Anderson's bass riffs reverberate throughout the arena. Closing Offerings is arguably the most requested Third Day song. "Love Song," and is an acoustic gem. The tune reveals the fragile nuances that make Third Day much more than entertainers, and the song is sung by the band's faithful word for word.

Customer Reviews

I Love These Thousand Hills!!!

Seriously It's the best song by Third Day! (even though they didn't write it. It's a cover. The original band was "Jacob's Trouble", and their version is even better! not on Itunes unfortunatly...) If you don't buy any other song on the album buy "These Thousand Hills!"

Incredible Worship Album

Third Day just captures what you want to say to God-without you knowing the words (if that makes any sense at all!) but each of these songs has a special message so preview it them first then buy them!!! all of their albums are amazing!

Simply Awesome! I Can't Believe No One Has Reviewed This

I can't believe no one has yet written a review for this album! This is one of Third Day's greatest! My favorite songs are Your Love Oh Lord, Thief, Love Song, and King of Glory! I think this album is wonderful and it is a great live performance. Once again I simply am amazed that no one has posted a review! Where are the Third Day fans at?


Formed: 1991 in Marietta, GA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Influenced by the Southern rock of Lynyrd Skynyrd and other artists such as U2 and Rich Mullins, Third Day were originally formed by vocalist Mac Powell and acoustic guitarist Mark Lee. The duo added bassist Tai Anderson and drummer David Carr from another local band, and recorded some demos. Third Day's live shows gradually built them a loyal fan base, and just after lead guitarist Brad Avery joined, the band signed to Gray Dot Records. Their eponymous debut followed in 1996, with Conspiracy No....
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