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Worth The Wait

Anyone who says that rock music can't be praiseful or worshipful hasn't heard Rick Cua. Rick manages to do this on this release with relative ease. Rick and I had a short conversation about me not having seen him in almost 20 years. And in that time he didn't lose a thing musically, lyrically or vocally. Anyone remember Rick playing bass for Whitecross? "Won't Fade Away" is a beautiful album in the way it blends the rockers and the ballads effortlessly and truly shows where Rick's heart lies. I recommend to buy the cd from your local music store but if they do not have it, buy it here. It is worth the money.

Glad to see cua back

Great music. Rick Cua is back and on fire.

Best yet, and deserves lots of attention

Some songs on this collection are worthy of becoming contemporary worship classics. Rick proves once again that great musicians/rockers only improve as time goes by. This is his best stuff yet. Well crafted, meaningful songs, great recording quality, powerful worship & praise, & some great jamming. If you love to hear fine musicianship -- guitar playing, keys, etc, vocals and of course...bass playing, along with excellent lyrics, pass this on to everyone you know -- this deserves attention.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The bass player of southern rock band the Outlaws, from 1980 until 1982, Rick Cua has expressed his spiritual convictions through music for nearly two decades. The vice-president of the creative department of EMI Christian Music publishing, Cua continues to inspire spiritual awareness with his tunes. Initially rooted in hard rock, Cua has increasingly veered towards commercially-accessible pop-rock anthems. Christian songstress Angela recorded Cua's tune, "Young Boy, Young Girl", co-written with...
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