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Customer Reviews

where is Miss Angie???? she totally rocks the Christian music in the 90s!!

I rmbr the 1st time i saw her in the WOW vid wai bac in tha dai and the only song tha stuck 2 me was her!! I was lookn 4 her in itunes and shes here finalli :D sum how she remnds me of tha group Eisley a little but Miss Angies in a Christian catagory, she rocks :) tats all i hav 2 sai

So Unique! I love it!

Dear Miss Angie, Where ever you are out there - I just wanted to let you know how happy you have made me each time I've listened to your albums. I've got them both and it always puts me is a great frame of mind and in a great mood!!! Hope you are still as happy as you've made me. God Bless u Miss Angie.

No Sophomore Slump!

Let me begin by saying I had been enamored by Miss Angie when I purchased this album in 1999; so I apologize if this review seems a little biased, LOL! Anyway, here we go:
Miss Angie's second album (and, sadly, her last for over 10 years) is somewhat of an evolution of her bubbly, peppy music, from the rock-driven sound (in "100 Million Eyeballs") to more of an electronic-pop feel. Flashes of rock are still there, but the album overall seems slightly slowed-down compared to her first effort. On the lyrical side, much like her first album, the words in the songs are fairly simple and retain their obvious Christian message. Miss Angie's singing seems more mature (for example, in the heartfelt "Like Lightning"), but the adolescent sound, which I consider to be one of her trademarks, still comes through often enough for the listener to remember who they're listening to. As with her first album, length is the only drawback with "Triumphantine"; the album is composed of just 10 songs, of which half are less than 3 minutes each (entire album length is only about 30 mins).
That aside though, this album is still one of my all-time favorites. A few of the songs (2222, for one) can just grow and grow on you, until you're singing them all the time! ;-) I only wish she had kept the music coming after this album!

Triumphantine, Miss Angie
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