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Unread 06-09-2002, 04:41 PM   #1
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Caedmon's Call - Caedmon's Call

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1. Lead Of Love
2. Close Of Autumn
3. Not The Land
4. This World
5. Bus Driver
6. Standing Up For Nothing
7. Hope To Carry On
8. Stupid Kid
9. I Just Don't Want Coffee
10. Not Enough
11. Center Aisle
12. Coming Home

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Unread 06-09-2002, 04:49 PM   #2
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this is my favorite by them. i think everyones should own it! it is great!
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Unread 06-14-2002, 09:25 AM   #3
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it's this simple.......

........it's caedmon's call,and it predominately features their early works.it's that simple,get it....NOW.This is from teh caedmon era,when they were strictly a folk rock band,it feature nice acoustic guitars,some fast rock/folk classics (not the land,not enough,coming home)the classic "bus driver",and radio favorites,"lead of love" and "hope to carry on".this jewel of a disc also offers derek at his best,in "center aisle" and "standing up for nothing"which is centered around an acoustic guitar and a voice.a very nice well rounded disc that fans of toad teh wet sprocket,and hootie and the blowfish will greatly enjoy.
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Unread 06-15-2002, 05:38 AM   #4
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Re: it's this simple.......

codyofthejungle: ........it's caedmon's call,and it predominately features their early works.it's that simple,get it....NOW.This is from teh caedmon era,when they were strictly a folk rock band,it feature nice acoustic guitars,some fast rock/folk classics (not the land,not enough,coming home)the classic "bus driver",and radio favorites,"lead of love" and "hope to carry on".this jewel of a disc also offers derek at his best,in "center aisle" and "standing up for nothing"which is centered around an acoustic guitar and a voice.a very nice well rounded disc that fans of toad teh wet sprocket,and hootie and the blowfish will greatly enjoy.

I totally agree, and "centre aisle" is just the best song ever.
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Unread 04-22-2003, 11:06 AM   #5
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I love this album! This is quite possible the best thing they put out. Caedmon's is just about, if not, my favoritist band.
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simply put, an amazing bunch of songs, which make me glad to have an Acoustic Guitar and Mad that I can't play totally awesome yet!
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One of their Best...if not the best...I grew up with this album. Okay, not literally since I'm in my late 20's, but as far as Christian music goes this was some of my early favorites. Not to mention these songs were some of the first I learned when I started playing in a band. It definitely holds a special place in my heart. =)
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