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Album Review

Collin Raye waited three years to deliver an official studio follow-up to his hit 1995 album I Think About You. That record was dominated by ballads, as is its successor, The Walls Came Down. Certainly, Raye's smooth country tenor is ideal for country-pop ballads like "In This Life," but he runs the risk of sounding a little too samey, which is what happens on The Walls Came Down. There are a number of very good songs here, including the ballad "I Can Still Feel You," but since the record offers no surprises, it winds up sounding a little like a holding pattern instead of a step forward, even with bold message songs like the anti-child abuse "The Eleventh Commandment" — and after three years out of commission, it isn't unreasonable to expect a move forward. Nevertheless, the album is impeccably crafted and Raye's voice sounds as rich and smooth as ever, which makes The Walls Came Down a solid record, especially for fans.

Customer Reviews

First Review!!!

His voice is so amazing!!! I heard one of his songs years ago and I couldn't figure out who sung it. The song was "Anyone Else" and from then on I fell in love with his voice!!

Collin at his best

Well, in a world like iTunes with very little Garth Brooks music, I'll just say that this is my favorite album of all time. :) So many of my favorites are on this one album; such a sweet voice and such a sweet attitude.


Born: August 22, 1959 in De Queen, AR

Genre: Country

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

Contemporary country star Collin Raye burned up the sales charts in the '90s, thanks to a blend of country-rock and smooth balladry, and a willingness to record socially conscious material in between the dance and romance tunes. Raye was actually born Floyd Collin Wray in DeQueen, AR, in 1959, and his mother, Lois, was a locally popular singer who opened concerts for various Sun Records stars in the '50s. She sometimes brought Collin and his older brother Scott on-stage to harmonize with her, and...
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