Reviewed by Tony Cummings
This one won't be out 'til November ('97), but an early review's in order as it's truly wunnerful. You could call her album "intricately textured, guitar-heavy, modern rock" or "a creative post-grunge, rhythm-driven wall of sound" but we'll suffice by saying that 21-year-old Angie Turner (aka Miss Angie) is a precocious new talent. And in case you think the title is too downright weird for Christian consumption, check out the book of Revelation. Angie writes well and with consummate reality about our tendency to return to sin ("Trampoline") while the song "Lift My Eyes" is, she admits in her press pack, really her testimony song. There's even a mind boggling cover, "Which Way The Wind Blows" which takes the old 2nd Chapter of Acts Jesus Music classic into a whole new direction. A marvellous, noisy, artfully produced and passionately sung celebration of the thrill and challenge of living a redeemed life.
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