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An inclusive spirit resonates in Sidewalk Prophets’ brand of Christian pop/rock, evident both in their unpretentious vibe and their lyrics' empathetic tone. The Nashville-based quintet’s sophomore album, Live Like That, follows up their debut's success with a batch of tunes rooted in both Biblical verities and everyday struggles. A yearning for personal transformation through a direct knowledge of God is heard in the midtempo rocker “Wrecking Ball,” the country-slanted “It’s Good (Love’s Not Safe)," and the power ballad “Heart’s on Fire.” The title number finds singer Dave Frey wondering about his legacy as a Christian, while “Save My Life” looks at the shared weakness among even the strongest believers. Tracks like the Jamaican-flavored ditty “Love Love Love” and the power pop tune “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us” add needed bursts of exuberance. The album closer, “This Is Not Goodbye,” reaffirms the bonds between parent and child with a ringing note of idealism. Sidewalk Prophets reach out to ordinary believers with both humility and fervor.

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Amazing!! If you only buy one album a year...make it this one!!

Words can't begin to describe how amazing of a God we serve, and this album shows what it means to live for Jesus!! Make sure you "Live Like That!!"

Great album guys!! Keep serving God, He's blessed you with so much talent, and I'm glad to see you're using it to serve Him!! Great job!!

Sidewalk Prophets [Live Like That]

Just like their debut album "These Simple Truths" delivered the smash No. 1 songs "You Love Me Anyway" and "The Words I Would Say," I expect similar results for "Live Like That." The album is chock-full of potential radio singles and every song is completely captivating. The surefire hit songs are "Live Like That," "Save My Life," "Keep Making Me," "It's Good (Love's Not Safe)," "Wrecking Ball" and closing ballad "This Is Not Goodbye." "Live Like That" is on par with the excellent "The Generous Mr. Lovewell" by MercyMe both in music and message and is one of the top albums of the year.

A phenomenal follow up to "These Simple Truths".

This is a phenomenal follow up to their debut album, though it is a bit different in sound. The style is the same, though the majority of the songs are in the ballad genre, and I loved (and miss) the driving melodies of songs like "Show me how to love" and "For what it's worth" from the debut album.

That being said, this album is in no way imperior to their debut. As a whole this album easily measures up to their debut, just be ready for a (very) slight change in sound.

Standout songs include "Save My Life", "Keep Making Me", It's Good (Love's Not Safe)", "Hearts on Fire", "Wrecking Ball", and "This Is Not Goodbye".

One of the biggest misses of this album I feel is "For You Tonight", simply as it sounds almost IDENTICAL to a MercyMe song....and that is not necessarily a bad thing....but these guys have such a unique sound, and to have a song that sounds identical to MercyMe, that really concerns me that they may gradually move away fromt that sound (like so many bands do).

The bottom line...

This is one of the best Christian albums to release in a LONG time, a more than worthy successor to the successful "These Simple Truths"!


Formed: 2003 in Anderson, Indiana

Genre: CCM

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Alternative-minded Christian rock group Sidewalk Prophets formed in 2003 when founding members Dave Frey and Ben McDonald were attending college at Anderson University. A roughly recorded demo was entered into an on-campus contest, which eventually led them to meetings with record executives and large-scale performances. With Frey on lead vocals and McDonald on guitar, the group was filled out with bassist Cal Joslin, drummer Justin Nace, and guitarist Chris Jordan, who was later replaced by Shaun...
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