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Album Review

The debut album by Arkansas Christian punks the Wedding was a naggingly inconsistent collection of tunes that inelegantly and incompletely fused aspects of pop-punk and post-hardcore emo. Most bands would take that as a sign to distill their sound down into one or the other, but the newly reconfigured Wedding (now a five-piece with a second guitarist and a new, better, drummer) took the opposite tack and decided to make a virtue out of eclecticism. The far improved Polarity extends the band's musical palette considerably, adding horns to several songs and even a hit of bagpipes to the Dropkick Murphys-style "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead." The results aren't exactly Sandinista! in terms of their variety and scope, but given the variation between the straightforward Christian emo of the single "Say Your Prayers," the sardonic hard rock of "It's Time to Rock (OK?)," and the radio-ready pop-punk of "Southside," as well as the generally improved production and performances, Polarity is a much stronger effort than the haphazard debut.

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Dear Theweddingrocks and realrock

I've never reviewed an album on itunes, but I found your guys' little tiff really interesting. You may never read this, but for everyone else: theweddingrocks: You're right... the word "crap" isn't specifically mentioned in the Bible as a word that you can't say. So hence... yeah not technically wrong. But keep in mind 1 Cor. 6:12 - "Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial". Basically... you can do and say whatever you want, but just because it's not 'wrong" doesn't mean that it glorifies God, which is what, as Christians, we should be doing with EVERYTHING we do. Including the music we create... and I can't review because I haven't bought this album (hence the 3 stars right in the middle)... but you have to ask yourself... does this band (their music AND how they present themselves) really glorify God... or are they using "Christianity" to sell a few albums (which is a growing trend in music today). I can't answer that for this band because I haven't listened.. but I hope you will consider it. Realrock: You're right as well.. God DOES ask us to stand out from the rest of the world, but that doesn't necessarily mean that everything about us is supposed to be different. I mean... what IS a Christian supposed to look like? Because if we're supposed to be completely different than society, let's be honest... we shouldn't be wearing pants or shirts either. Maybe a tunic. We stand out by HOW we live and HOW we love... not by the sound of our music (or anything else that simple). From folk music to hard, heavy metal... God CAN use it all to be glorified, but the question is whether or not we (or this band) are allowing God to work through what we do. This band MAY sound like secular bands... but the messages of their songs MIGHT have the opportunity to reach out to those who don't know Christ. Once again, I don't know for sure... but consider it.

The Review About This CD Being "UnGodly" is a Load of CRAP.

Yes, I can say crap...It is not forbidden anywhere in the Bible. First of all, if you're going to condemn a person for having a tattoo, you must have lived in a cave your entire life, or perhaps you are perfect and have never done anything wrong. Secondly, this band is amazing and extremely influential in an adolescents point of view...and I mean influential in a positive way. "Head banging guitar riffs", if they are singing about God, are in no way demeaning to God or Jesus or Whoever else. God says to do the best they can, and they are. This band rocks. And to the naysayer, Until you can write music this amazing...Shut it.

Our Music, Our Heart

Most people think that we dont read these type of things, but we do. My name is Trevor, i play in the wedding. I'm just here to say...RealRock, God loves you man no matter what kind of music you play. No one is ever going to know the heart of this band like the ones in it. No one was there in that beating hot garage or frigid cold room when we wrote that record all the while God was doing something in all of our lives. Read the lyrics please. Neither My tattoos or the amount of distortion on my guitar does not determine my love for Jesus Christ and my willingness to do what HE has called me to do with the talent He gave me of Music. I love you man, keep seeking the Lord and He will reveal Himself to you, promise. -To everyone else out there, this record came from our hearts...more than you'll ever know. Enjoy...

Biography

Formed: Fayetteville, AR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The Wedding are an emo-tinged Christian punk band from Fayetteville, AR. Formed when the bandmembers were still in high school, the group's original lineup was singer and keyboardist Kevin Kiehn, guitarist Trevor Sarver, bassist Cody Driggers, and, following a string of part-time drummers, Clint Robinson. Originally playing under the name Easier Said, the band toured the alternative CCM and Christian punk circuit for a couple of years, eventually signing with Rambler Records, the alt-rock imprint...
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