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Album Review

From the opening of the album's first track, "Dr. Jones and the Kings of Rhythm," to the final seconds of the end ballad "Do You Know What Love Is," Miracle Mile is a fantastic demonstration of Christian metal. The album contains a perfect mix of ballads and rockers, something that even more popular artists fail to achieve. Although the themes are relevant to faith in Christ, the lyrics are so indirect and powerful that they make the album a treat for any metal fan. The band itself sounds great; Jamie Rowe's vocals are raspy yet melodic, and Tony Palacios' guitar riffs keep interest throughout. Capturing Guardian's music at its peak, Miracle Mile is one of the finest metal albums of the early '90s.

Customer Reviews

The pinnacle of rock, Christian or not.

Okay, it's December 2006, and rock has changed a lot in 13 years, but once in awhile you find an album that has a timelessness about it, and Miracle Mile is that album for the rock genre. This was arguably Guardian's finest effort. With the slow, sweet ballads of Sweet Mystery and Do You Know What Love Is?, to the hard-driving rock of Dr. Jones and Sister Wisdom, Jaime Rowe's vocals are perfectly matched with Tony Palacios' riff-rock guitar style, and David Bach superbly fills in the bass lines while Karl Ney keeps the time with plenty of kick and that signature 90's rock snare. This album is definately a must have.

Awesome, Awesome record

I had the honor and privelege of not only playing with these guys several times, but came to know them as good friends and awesome musicians. This album is the album that my band who shared the same label back in the early 90's, The Brave, listened to nonstop while touring the US. If you are looking for great songs, awesome lyrics, great vocals, and above all, some of the most shredding guitar solos you are likely to ever hear by Tony Palacios, then this album will not disappoint. These kind of records don't come along very often, but when they do, do yourself a favor and stop to listen. These guys are worth it.

Miracle Mile is the best!

This album is the best guardian album out there. Two songs from this album are on their best-of album. Curiosity killed the cat is THE most amazing song on this album.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

With musical influences centered around such bands as Guns N' Roses and Motley Crue, Guardian has become a powerful force in the gospel music industry. The Christian rockers, best known for such hits as "Power of Love" and "Shoeshine Johnny," have forged their way into the '90s with modern gospel metal. Guardian was originally known as "Fusion" by its founders, bassist David Bach and vocalist Paul Cawley. Along with drummer Rikk Hart and guitarist David Caro, the band played at local gigs throughout...
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