Item description for Free at Last: The Music by dc Talk...
Overview 10th anniversary edition
1. Luv Is A Verb 2. That Kinda Girl 3. Greer 4. Jesus Is Just Alright 5. Say The Words 6. WDCT 7. Socially Acceptable 8. Free At Last 9. Time Is 10. Hardway, The 11. 2 Honks & A Negro 12. Lean On Me 13. Testimony 14. I Don't Want It 15. Will Power 16. Word 2 The Father 17. Jesus Is Just Alright - (remix) 18. Say The Words - (remix)
Album Notes The 2002 Tenth Anniversary Special Edition CD includes new remixes, artist commentaries, unreleased mixes, and original song demos.
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Record Label ForeFront Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.04" Width: 5.63" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Dec 17, 2002
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 2435420892 ISBN13 0724354208928 UPC 724354208928
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More About dc Talk
Since releasing their album Jesus Freak, dc Talk has emerged as a leader in the pursuit of melding rock 'n' roll with provocative questions of faith. Although various rock predecessors have examined spiritual issues--U2, Van Morrison, and Bob Dylan immediately come to mind--dc Talk has taken the notion to new lengths, both in commercial terms and depth of artistic exploration. Numerous Dove Awards, three Grammy Awards, two platinum albums, one gold album, and two gold-certified long-form videos attest to the group's ability to bridge the gap between religious and secular audiences. "We are very open about our Christian faith," says Toby McKeehan, "but when we make our records we want to create a musical experience that anyone can immerse themselves in. One of our goals is to encourage listeners to question themselves and to seek out truth." Authoring the books in the JESUS FREAKS series is the newest venture in an ongoing growth process which began when the three members first met in the mid-1980s while attending college in Virginia. After relocating to Nashville, dc Talk released a series of increasingly ambitious-and successful-albums, beginning with their self-titled 1989 debut; followed by their gold-certified 1990 sophomore album Nu Thang; the platinum-certified 1992 opus Free at Last; 1995's Jesus Freak, a platinum-plus watershed which afforded the group more mainstream success than ever before; and 1998's Supernatural, which reflects the maturity and sophistication of their latest stage of development and growth. They have sold over seven million albums and have won four Grammys. With Jesus Freaks and Jesus Freaks Volume II: Stories of Revolutionaries Who Changed Their World Fearing God, Not Man, they launch into a new media form to challege readers to question their standards of faith and dedication. By giving these stories a platform from which to be heard, they hope to impact the world in a way they never have before.
Whether forging strong bonds with concert audiences, expressing their faith in the recording studio, or confronting readers with no-compromise stories of commitment, dc Talk strives to treat their audiences as equals rather than receptors. McKeehan says,"We want to create art that encourages people to think about the things we think about-spiritual issues and truth." Max adds, "Just as we all share the idea of caring and conscience, we also share the hunger to find truth and meaning in life." With Jesus Freaks Volume II, dc Talk once again encourages each of us to set out on our journey to discover our response to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Visit the Jesus Freaks Web site at jesusfreaks.net and the band Web site at dctalk.com
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Reviews - What do customers think about Free at Last: The Music?
GREAT RE-RELEASE Dec 20, 2004
THIS CD WAS GREAT WHEN IT WAS FIRST RELEASED IN 1992 AND TEN YEARS LATER IT IS BETTER THAN EVER IT STILL HAS ALL OF THE SAME TRACKS INCLUDING A REVISITED VERSION OF THE HARDWAY WHICH IS STILL THE SAME EXCEPT IT IS MORE UP TEMPO THAN THE ORIGINAL YOU ALSO GET A FEW AUDIO COMMENTARY TRACKS WHERE THEY TALK ABOUT LUV IS A VERB SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE AND MICHAEL TAIT'S HAIR THE WAY IT WAS ON THE COVER OF FREE AT LAST. THIS IS REALLY GOOD