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Customer Reviews

Can't top Michael Sweet

Michael's work is still top-notch... the best vocalist to ever put out a record. Granted, I'd rather hear one of his patented screams in this c.d., but it's still a great record... traditional, contemporary, whatever you please!

Great Music Man

One of those CDs that you can just throw in and praise God with all the joy you have. Great stuff Sweet.

Wonderful Vocals, Message and Songs

This CD has been a long time coming. Having heard the earlier version Michael distributed himself, I can say the songs have a cleaner sound. The standout tunes include "Calvary", "Take My Life" and the rocking "Oh Holy Night" Listen to "Still"and you will hear the lyrics that Aaron Shust used in his song "My Savior My God". Both singers based their songs upon the same hymn "I Am Not Skilled To Understand" These songs are based upon traditional hymns. Interestingly, Michael revelaed in an interview that he had no idea how the hymns originally sounded. This CD is his interpretation of those songs. An excellent CD by a gifted artist.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The former frontman for the '80s Christian metal band Stryper, Michael Sweet left the group in 1992 to pursue a solo career; his self-titled debut followed two years later, and in 1995 he issued Real, nominated for a Dove Award as Best...
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