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The evolution to a pure rock sound on Jars of Clay's seventh studio album, Good Monsters, is not a far cry from traces of alternative rock that surface on nearly all of their recordings in one degree or another. Fans accurately predicted a return to a harder-edged rock outing after the band's three previous efforts — 2003's Furthermore and Who We Are Instead, as well as 2005's Redemption Songs — leaned primarily toward a stripped-down folk sound. Monsters stretches the four-piece band past any set of expectations and results in its boldest effort to date. Known for introspection and openness, their lyrics this time around offer no singular message other than an unapologetic admittance that they don't have all the answers. Songs bounce from haunting to lilting, pensive to provoking, ultimately creating a set list that is cohesive only in its self-examination. Among the many standouts, the jarring opener, "Work," manifests within seconds that acoustic guitars have been set aside in lieu of a more raw, glaring sound. "Dead Man (Carry Me)" gets going with a jangly guitar riff and heavy beats resembling secular contemporaries the Killers. "There Is a River" finds its place among the band's greatest, taking an Americana drive à la Counting Crows' "Mrs. Potter's Lullaby" or Ingram Hill's "The Captain." "Mirrors & Smoke" features a duet between lead vocalist Dan Haseltine and ex-Sixpence None the Richer frontwoman Leigh Nash. The bandmembers continue to bear sonic ode to Toad the Wet Sprocket and U2 on this record, but they draw upon enough of their own trademark sound that only isolated moments would evoke comparisons to the latter's mid-decade classic How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. Good Monsters doesn't aim for arena rock, but it remains well-crafted and vulnerable at the core. Jars of Clay bear the cross of being compared to their self-titled debut with every following record. Good Monsters is a departure from that debut, but assuredly a welcome one that yet again demonstrates the band's depth and talent.

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I think this was a great album for the band. They experimented with some new sounds while still staying true to their roots. The musicianship is amazing. The lyrics are heavy. Great keyboard parts (especially the Rhodes on "Surprise").

Sweet. Sick. Great Sound.

Great stuff. God centered. Deep. Loved it.


Not their best album but definitely worth buying. Work and Dead Man are the most popular but other songs like Mirrors & Smoke and All My Tears are also very good. Oh My God is a song about the problems in the world and the lost cry out oh my God. Possibly the most noteworthy song on the album.


Se formó en: 1993 en Greenville, IL

Género: Inspiración

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Jars of Clay fue la primera banda exitosa del movimiento llamado CCM alternativo de los 90, que obtuvo un éxito masivo con "Flood". Las letras del grupo pueden haber sido exclusivamente cristianas, pero su música encajaba perfectamente con el ala folk del jangle pop de la radio de rock alternativo, lo que en ese momento era una rareza para la escena de la música cristiana contemporánea. Su éxito no sólo abrió el camino para el triunfo de bandas cristianas como dc Talk y Sixpence None the Richer;...
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