1) Invocation 2) I Have Come To Worship 3) Holy One 4) I Want To Know You 5) My Refuge 6) I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever 7) Holiness 8) Carried Away 9) Something About That Name 10) I Need You 11) Open The Eyes Of My Heart 12) Heart Of Worship
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Studio: Gotee Records
Record Label Gotee Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 7474094649 ISBN13 0669447280224 UPC 669447280224
Reviews - What do customers think about SONICFLOOd?
Great if you like edgy 90s rock worship Mar 28, 2006
I recently bought this CD based on the glowing reviews here. To be fair, I was a bit disappointed when I listened to it. It's not a bad CD at all, but it's not a worship epiphany either. It has a few excellent tracks, some heartfelt narratives, and some noisy clinkers.
I see reviewers here that dismiss the later SonicFlood CDs because of extensive personnel changes. But I also bought Cry Holy at the same time, and I wind up listening to it a lot more than the first CD. Cry Holy is solid rock worship music that my kids and I can sing along with. The first CD is a lot edgier and harder to sing to. Both CDs have a lot to offer, so I'd suggest that you check them both out.
If the original drummer now leads the new band, is that such a bad thing? Bands evolve. It's still worship music. Let's not let the music get in the way of the worship.
I'm sorry, this album is stupid Feb 2, 2006
I consider myself a Christ follower, this kind of music however just doesn't seem God inspired to me. I feel its more centered around feelings and the pop market than anything else. I was suckered into buying this cd from the other this site reviews and I want my money back. I do like track 7, except that it isn't an original song. Just because you are singing about God doesn't mean you should put it on a CD and sell it. God created those with talent and those without. Sonic flood = without.
Fantastic! Feb 6, 2005
I first heard of Sonic Flood when saw them warming up for 'The Newsboys' concert several years ago. They combined reverent praise music with highly energetic rock.
I immediately went out and bought this CD and have thoroughly enjoyed it since then.
Unfortunately, the original band did not stay together long. They have had several replacements and have not been nearly as good since.
This album, however, is fantastic! If you enjoy music, this is a worthwhile purchase. If you like Christian rock, this is one of the best.
Deyo & company deliver a rock worship classic! Nov 10, 2004
Released in 1999, Sonicflood's self-titled, self-produced album provides a masterful blend of rock, pop and even alternative with praise & worship lyrics added to create an outstanding rock worship project. The CD opens with a prayer by lead vocalist Jeff Deyo, who invites the listener to join the band in worshipping God. Some outstanding songs include the Deyo original "Holy One," a cover of Bill Gaither's classic "There's Something About That Name," Paul Baloche's "Open the Eyes of My Heart" and a rendition of Delirious' "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever." My overall favorite here is the closing track, "The Heart of Worship." Jeff Deyo and company have delivered a great rock worship album, and a great addition to my Christian music library.
This is one of the sweetest Cd's I've ever heard! Sep 23, 2004
Sonic Flood acheived everything I could ever imagine in a contemperary worship album, everything. Maybe that's why the enemy came in right away and caused the band to split. This Cd is truly sweet, in every sense of the word. Second Chapter of Acts sweet, Barry Mcguire, all of what Christian music should be. I can't hype this enough, listen to the tracks and I believe you will feel the Lord and His sweetness. This is not just a project, it is with a worship heart that it was made. Listen...