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Guys, get real...

It's astounding how many of these reviews center on one of three things: Josh Brown's conversion to Christianity, his subsequent Christian band Day of Fire, and the religious/non-religious/moral content of this album - "Full Devil Jacket." Can we focus our reviews on this album...please? If you want to go review Day of Fire, go click on that link and review that band...under that heading. Seriously. I bought this album when I was a junior in college and listened to it over and again. Yeah, it was in the nu-metal vein, but was distinctly different in terms of musical quality and type. This was a much more "hard rock" album, with metal elements...and it was incredible. The first three songs stack up well even now, and will continue to do so ten years from now. I've played this album fairly constantly over the last seven years, and it never gets old. It still feels hard, heavy, crunchy, and very emotive. One of my favorites was "Cardboard Believer," which I believe speaks for itself. Is the album Christian? No. Is the album religious? Again, no. It was not intended to be, and it was not intended to cater to a religious audience. But, I would stress as well that it is not an "anti-God" album, nor even really anti-Christianity. It does not hold organized religion in high regard; however, that point shouldn't necessarily be a bone of contention. It is, for the overwhelming most part, a very well-done album - musically and lyrically. I'm happy Josh Brown found God...but let's not allow that later action to color or alter our perspective on an excellent prior album.

An Excellent album

Personally I LOVE this album. I got it in 2000 when it came out and I haven't gotten tired of it since. I find their music to be wonderfully articulate, with well written lyrics and emotion in each song. I always wished that they would produce more albums, and since reading the previous reviews I am now checking out Day of Fire. Speaking of the previous reviews, I think it is completely ABSURD to play down music because you feel the music is "anti-religion." If you don't like the message, then it is obviously not for you, but don't poison the ratings simply because its not your type of music; FDJ was a talented band and I think the ratings should reflect your opinion of that talent, not an overzealous accusation of moral quality.

Excuse me, Mr. NOO!!!!!

How can you say that God has bad plans for people that listen to "anti-religious" music? Remember that Josh Brown made this music, and God had amazing plans for his life. Today he is a testimony of God's power to change lives, on Day of Fire!


Formed: 1997 in Jackson, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A hard-hitting post-grunge/hard rock unit in the vein of Alice in Chains, Staind, and Godsmack, Jackson, Tennessee's Full Devil Jacket was founded in 1997 under the moniker the Voodoo Hippies. Comprised of frontman Josh Brown, guitarists Michael Reaves and Jon Montoya, bassist Kevin Bebout, and drummer Keith Foster, the band issued a pair of independent releases before inking a deal with Def Jam and changing their name. The newly minted Full Devil Jacket appeared at Woodstock 1999 shortly before...
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