Considering Lily - The Pieces Fit

Tuesday 1st June 1999
Considering Lily - The Pieces Fit
Considering Lily - The Pieces Fit

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Forefront FFD8252142

Reviewed by Kevin Williams

If you are after a feel-good album then this is the one. The whole thing has the theme of God working in our lives running all the way through, and the effect is very positive. The very first track deals with God speaking to us and highlights the exciting expectation of that. "What I Was Made For" is a fantastic account of how God made us and the wonder of him wanting a relationship with us; "Complete Me" then deals with him working in our lives continually. "Whisper" has a strange mix of grungy guitars and bright keyboards which seem to work very well, especially as the song deals with how God uses a still small voice to speak to us over the clamour and noise of life. I have to admit that it is very refreshing to hear lyrics that are so blatant, and that the band's direction hasn't altered since their last album (CR39) despite a 50 per cent line-up change (Jeanette has replaced Serene). This is good stuff and I reckon it will suit' most tastes.

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