Seven Places - Lonely For The Last Time

Tuesday 1st July 2003
Seven Places - Lonely For The Last Time
Seven Places - Lonely For The Last Time

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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Reviewed by Tony Cummings

As good a new American rock band as you’ll get to hear this year, Seven Places have everything it takes to make it big. There’s the same gutsy guitar sound and ability to pluck anthemic, radio friendly hooks that catapulted Audio Adrenaline to the CCM big time while Seth Gilbert has an achingly expressive voice which soars above the guitar layers. Lyrics are hearteningly Jesus focused, with themes like the omnipresence and supreme importance of the Lord (“Everything”), the Lord’s forgiveness of our sins (“Like It Never Happened”), the wind up of the age (“It Might Be Today”) each given engaging melodies you just know will sound great coming out of our radios. Gradually Seattle’s Tooth & Nail/BEC have been pitching in more commercial pop rock alongside their hard music fare and Seven Places could turn out to be the band that go big for them. Anyway, if you like the melodic end of rock, you’ll want to check these guys out.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Yours
2. Everything
3. Landslide
4. Like It Never Happened
5. It Might Be Today
6. Along The Way [Listen]
7. Lonely For The Last Time
8. Thinking It Over
9. Into Your Heart [Listen]
10. Stay The Same
11. The Western Wall
12. Little
13. Awakening

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