Randy Rose - Sacrificium

Thursday 1st October 1992
Randy Rose - Sacrificium
Randy Rose - Sacrificium

RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Intense

Reviewed by Richard Clark

Either Spinal Tap have entered Christian music or this is a seriously bad album. It distresses me to say it's the latter. This album is awful. Musically speaking, the guitar work is uninspired and the drum rhythms lumpen and repetitive after a track or two. The vocals? Well, Randy obviously thinks he's Ian Ast-bury. Oh yeah, the lyrics are just plain boringly Christ­ian. Not since Force 3 have I heard such an uninspir­ing waste of studio time. I've given it two out of five because the artwork's quite impressive

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Posted by jason swindler in medford OR @ 03:41 on Oct 27 2007

I guess it takes all kinds. I think "Sacrificium" is some of the most inspired rock music ever. Wheather your looking for powerfull truth in lyrics, or power riffs sent out from clearly highly talented musicians. The Rose family is sure to satisfy. What is it you want from music?

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