Oxygen - React

Tuesday 18th September 2001
Oxygen - React
Oxygen - React

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Andrzej Iwanowski

React is the long awaited debut album from the UK's first Christian popstars band Oxygen and follows on from their successful single 'One Step Closer'. React contains twelve upbeat pop tracks of which nine are completely new and posses more vibrant/catchy hooks than the three original tracks on their single debut. Tracks that will defiantly get your feet a tapping are React; One Step Closer; Truth; and the superb future hits You Lift Me Up & All I Can Do. React also contains a couple of great ballads and on the whole the album is very radio friendly, the only criticism is that some of the tracks may sound slightly dated. Finally a great debut album that is definitely a breath of fresh air for the Christian pop scene in the UK.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. React [Listen]
2. More Like You
3. All I Can Do [Listen]
4. One Step Closer [Listen]
5. Truth
6. You Found Me
7. I Belong To You
8. You Lift Me Up [Listen]
9. Show Me
10. Where The End Behins
11. Flying Into Life

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Reader Comments

Posted by tracy in london @ 04:26 on Jun 24 2007

plz cud u tell me if oxygen av their own website plz?! i watched them bk in worcester a few yrs ago and fink they r awesome!!!

Posted by RD @ 10:39 on May 8 2006

Sell this again! The world needs to know what PJ's early years were like.

And I hear you can get it for a bargain 1 from discerning bargain bins these days - you'd sell a bucketload if you put them on here for that...

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