Item description for Audio CD-Flame In All Of Us by Thousand Foot Krutch...
Overview 1. The Flame In All Of Us 2. Home 3. Falls Apart 4. New Drug 5. Wish You Well 6. What Do We Know? 7. Broken Wing 8. Favorite Disease 9. Learn To Breath 10. Unbreakable 11. Safest Place 12. My Worst Enemy 13. The Last Song
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Studio: Tooth & Nail Records
Record Label Tooth & Nail Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2007
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 0012389919 ISBN13 0094638824725 UPC 094638824725
Reviews - What do customers think about Audio CD-Flame In All Of Us?
Nice Rock Effort Dec 10, 2008
Thousand Foot Krutch puts out a rock album moving away from their hip-hop/urban roots on previous records. Is the change good? I think so! Thousand Foot Krutch has matured musically, and lyrically and this shows on this record. Is there room for improvement? Yes, I think a little bit more creativity could help this trio shine like never before. I recommend the tracks New Drug, Favorite Disease (My personal favorite), and Falls Apart. Happy listening!
Awesome Album! Sep 26, 2008
The Flame in All of Us is my first Krutch CD. All I can say is that it is simply great. Plenty of energy and a sound that comes together nicely. Unlike other hard-type music, Thousand Foot Krutch mixes energetic highs and great sounding slower songs in this CD. A great balance of music. You'll find yourself head banging to their harder songs, and enjoying the softer moments (although not completely soft), which actually help you get more out of the head banging energy.
A decent follow-up to The Art of Breaking Aug 16, 2008
The hard rock of The Art of Breaking is improved upon with this release, but too many of the tracks sound the same. The first three tracks (The "Flame in All of Us," "Falls Apart," "New Drug") are excellent; however, songs such as "My Own Enemy," "Inhuman," and "The Safest Place" sound way too similar. Basically most of this album alternates heavy songs with light songs, and while it's not bad, it's kind of average. "What Do We Know?" is one of the least interesting songs I've ever heard, and I think it should not have been included on here as it does not help the the record in any way. Fans new to this band may want to get used to this record before hearing the more consistent Art of Breaking.
Pleasing to the ears Jul 27, 2008
I love metal especially Christian metal. TFK is one of the best bands around their music lifts you up spiritually and makes you want to move. Thank God their is music like this, because it speaks to ordinary problems and is so much better than mainstream. Love their other albums too.
ONE OF THE BEST CHRISTAIN ROCK ALBUMS EVER!!! May 12, 2008
This is one of the best Christian rock albums I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. I must say that it's rare to find an album which every track is a great song! I hope and pray TFK keeps putting albums like this one. The lyrics and instruments are passionate. This group rocks! The 30 second clips do not serve the album justice! I can't wait to come back from Africa and blast this album in my car!