Big Daddy Weave - What Life Would Be Like

Published Sunday 19th October 2008
Big Daddy Weave - What Life Would Be Like
Big Daddy Weave - What Life Would Be Like

STYLE: Rock
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 49601-14664
LABEL: Word 8873262
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2008-10-31
RRP: £12.99


Reviewed by Jonathan Cairns

The first thing that strikes you about these Tennessee pop rockers is the consistency of their sound. Aside from the lyrics, you'd be forgiven for thinking that this was a secular chart album. So four minute, guitar-based anthems abound. Songs switch between narrative, such as the poppy "Right With You", and worship, like the congregational "We Want The World To Hear". Some of the narrative lyrics sound a tad awkward at times but, on the whole, they work well. There is even a cover of Phil Collins' "Another Day In Paradise", which is surprisingly effective. The songs that really stand out are the raw and catchy "Just Like Somebody Else", the intimate "From Here" and the short but brilliantly upbeat "Blue Skies". If you enjoyed the band's first five albums you'll definitely like this one.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. You Found Me [Listen]
2. What Life Would Be Like [Listen]
3. We Want The World To Hear [Listen]
4. Revive Us Again [Listen]
5. Blue Skies [Listen]
6. Another Day In Paradise [Listen]
7. Right With You [Listen]
8. Falling Into You [Listen]
9. From Here [Listen]
10. Just Like Somebody Else [Listen]

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Product Description
Fifth album from popular worship rock band Big Daddy Weave.

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