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Album Review

Jon Gibson is one of Christian Contemporary Music's most talented vocalists, but his vibrant Stevie Wonder imitiation is wasted here on some very bland 1980s-style dance music. Drum machines pound away earnestly throughout, and cheap keyboards try their hardest to sound something like Michael Jackson's "Beat It." There are a few exceptions: "God Loves a Broken Heart" is a catchy single in the vein of Wonder's mid-'80s hits. "Dreams" is pretty infectious candle-waving inspirational material. "Metal Machine" is a spunky attack on the dehumanization of modern technology and the politicians who promote it. It's too bad the whole album was made with dehumanizing modern technology.


Born: June 11, 1946

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A Brit by birth, John Lawton moved to Hamburg, Germany, when he was with a band called Stone Wall. He stayed there when the band moved on, feeling that this might be the place to get his break. He didn't have to wait long as Lucifer's Friend got in touch with him to have him work with them. He recorded their debut release, Lucifer's Friend, with them. His next group was Les Humphries Singers. He managed to do both of these bands concurrently, as Lucifer's Friend was only a studio group. He continued...
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