Eric Champion - Revolution Time

Tuesday 1st October 1991
Eric Champion - Revolution Time
Eric Champion - Revolution Time

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10334-1128
LABEL: Myrrh 7016924610
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Paul Kinvig

This album is fun! You have only to look at the cover to anticipate that this piece of music is going to stick in your mind. It's got that you-can't-possibly-ignore-me feel. Even when the album deals with very deep subjects (e.g. "Don't Touch That Temple", "What You're Looking For" and Generation Of Right") it has the feel of a cross between The Knack, Bad English and the odd bit of Steve Taylor. Special mention has got to go to the song "Party Up" which made me smile so much the top half of my face fall off. Anybody who can put in a line that says "don't need no stinky brew" is alright by me thank you very much. Chris Christian oversees production and it wouldn't surprise me if Chris is not Eric's mentor in all this. What makes this project so special is that Eric is only seventeen. Watch this space for the making of a big name in Christian music. You read it here first!

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