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Album Review

For many, this one may be Stonehill's strongest release. Country-influenced rock short on pretense and long on hooks and poetry, but less introspective than his critically acclaimed Return to Paradise. Producer Dave Perkins shares songwriting credit on the majority of the tracks on this release, and his influence is obvious. This one is about fun, being loud, and raising a ruckus. There's a great hook on the chorus of the opening track, "It's Now." One oddball song stands out on this release on side two, "Cold Rock the Groove," featuring (of all people) Rez Band. A great song if not too cohesive with the rest of the record. Clocking in at just over 30 minutes, this one leaves the listener wanting more and every track is a home run. Great reversible sleeve on all formats. ~ Mark W. B. Allender, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Worth the price!

Straight forward rock, quite common to Dave Perkins, but it works. Randy has a smooth way with words and combining encouragement with social commentary. This album provides the listener with a glimpse into much of what makes Randy who he is. "Coming back soon" still brings tears to my eyes whenever I listen to it, and is a fine anthem of waiting for the Lord's return.

Keeps getting better with age!

Randy Stonehill is an exceptional musician. Period. You will not regret your purchase. This album - although not as strong as his earliest efforts - remains a highpoint of his later works. Honestly, you can't go wrong. This album is well worth the listen. The lyrics are strong, the music is great, and Stonehill remains a very high mark for what current artists should be striving for today in their own musical and spiritual journeys. Stonehill should be soundtracking a film. Would love to have him.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '00s

Pioneering Christian rocker Randy Stonehill began playing guitar at age ten, within three years winning grand prize in a citywide talent contest held in his native San Jose, CA. He issued his debut LP, Born Twice, in late 1971, and in 1973 recorded Get Me Out of Hollywood, which was never officially released; Welcome to Paradise, his first major album, followed in 1976. After a four-year hiatus from recording, Stonehill resurfaced with The Sky Is Falling, his final collaboration with longtime producer...
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