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Unread 06-12-2002, 04:13 AM   #1
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Forty Days - Everyday

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1. Everyday
2. Long Way Home
3. I Run
4. Hungry
5. I Don't
6. The Things You Say
7. Remember
8. God Only Knows
9. One Day
10. One Year Later

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Unread 03-13-2003, 01:03 PM   #2
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One of THE most amazing bands on the planet (what IS it with TX producing awesome bands???). This CD is almost as good as having them live. They put on a great show, and they're really interesting. It's too bad that Drue and Brian ended up leaving the band right after I met them, but they'll still make it, because they've got SO much talent...
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Unread 03-13-2003, 01:11 PM   #3
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Brian is still in the band... I saw them last weekend and he was playing drums. He's the only one I can recognize for sure from the pics on their website (which needs desperately to be updated). Whoever sings lead vocals on "I Run" is still in the band and singing lead vocals for everything. I don't know if that's Joel or Mark because he had a beanie on the night I saw them, so I can't tell which one it was....I just know it was the same voice that sang it on the CD. They did a great job, but I was disappointed that they only did 4 or 5 of their own songs and mostly traditional praise & worship stuff.
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Brian is still in the band... I saw them last weekend and he was playing drums. He's the only one I can recognize for sure from the pics on their website (which needs desperately to be updated). Whoever sings lead vocals on "I Run" is still in the band and singing lead vocals for everything. I don't know if that's Joel or Mark because he had a beanie on the night I saw them, so I can't tell which one it was....I just know it was the same voice that sang it on the CD. They did a great job, but I was disappointed that they only did 4 or 5 of their own songs and mostly traditional praise & worship stuff.

Hmm....all I know is what the website said, about Brian and Drue. But if Brian's back, then all the better. Their own songs are awesome, but hey, you can't beat their worship with a stick. It IS hard to tell Joal and Mark apart...I have a picture of the whole band, and I still don't know who is who!
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