Inhabited - The Revolution

Published Thursday 2nd March 2006
Inhabited - The Revolution
Inhabited - The Revolution

STYLE: Rock
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 14171-10398
LABEL: Fervent 4300662
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £4.99


Reviewed by Alan & Angeline Chesters

This is the first fully distributed album by this young Houston church-based rock band led by brother and sister Marcus and Sam Acker with Sam handling the leads. They write all the material and Sam takes lead vocals throughout, her voice often bearing comparison with Rebecca St James. These 11 tracks were recorded in Nashville and the band have clearly created a sound and a message in the lyrics to reach hurting young people. Standout chorus has to be on "One More Night" - "She'll spend one more night on a dirty floor... and she's hopin', prayin', she's searching for something ..." Young people should be encouraged to give this album a hearing.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Open My Eyes [Listen]
2. Rescue Me [Listen]
3. Everybody Listen [Listen]
4. One More Night [Listen]
5. I Run To You [Listen]
6. You Are My Peace [Listen]
7. Save My Life [Listen]
8. Angel [Listen]
9. If We Could Love [Listen]
10. Memories [Listen]
11. Revolution [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Abbie in Salcombe @ 20:46 on Mar 7 2018

Hi there parents angline and Alan chesters
I love you both very much



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