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If you were in a genre-leading rock band that had sold nearly one million albums, tallied 10 No. 1 radio singles, 13 additional top five hits, a GRAMMY nomination, four Dove Awards and headlined nine national tours on your way to performing for three million people, what would you change about your band's approach?

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  • Audio CD (September 22, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Provident
  • ASIN: B002JOGSR4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,276 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fire on the Inside
2. Whatever It Takes
3. Secrets and Regrets
4. Better Off Now
5. Not Without a Fight
6. Will You Be There
7. Shine
8. Call to Action
9. Lose It All
10. You Are Not the End

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Pillar you guys rock!
Daniel
All in all, the album is a decent one, but one where the harder rock tunes don't do so well, and the ballads shine.
iliveforhim1976
This album is one that I you can put on an just let it go.
Steven Griffis

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Megan Wright on February 4, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love my rock and roll but on a recent road trip I let my kids play the dj with my 200+ cds. They would hand me one of my rock cds and I'd have to tell them they couldn't listen to it because the group had lyrics I didn't particularly feel appropriate for my kids. On a personal level I was also getting tired of everything being dirty and explicit. I was browsing music on my phone and came across the band Day of Fire. I really liked this group's sound. Obviously they couldn't be the only group like that so I started researching. Pillar is one of my very favorite groups to listen to. This cd is a GREAT workout cd and I've been more excited to get out and work out because I have great music. My kids love it too and I don't have to edit it or worry about what the lyrics contain. I WANT them to hear this message.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Smith on November 22, 2009
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Kicking off the album with Fire On The Inside and Whatever it Takes the album starts off as you would expect from Pillar. They are both decent hard rock songs which really get things moving for the album. Secrets and Regrets shows a more matured version of Pillar, a slight change that happens with each of their releases. Not Without A Fight and Call To Action are excellent Christian-soldier/anti-complacency anthems with a similar theme to Frontline, Fireproof, and For the Love of the Game, except these songs don't start with the letter "F". There are three ballads on this ten track album, but they are arguably Pillar's best ballads to date. The lyrics, although they don't necessarily suffer from any clichés, are not the best in the genre, but they get their point across with a positive message. This time around Rob flexes his vocal abilities a little bit more, and his aggressive screams are brief and well placed. The Collective Soul cover of Shine is well done, and although true to the original, it cranks up the volume with some excellent guitar and drum work from Noah and the new drummer. Kalel and Lester are both missed, but they are replaced by Taylor Carroll on drums and Rich Gilliand on Bass. Both replacements are obviously very skilled and fit in nicely with Pillars sound. This album is not groundbreaking, nor will it stand the test of time, but if there is one thing about Pillar it is that they can rock with a positive message and deliver a plate full of delicious tracks. 3.5/5
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Lapiz on December 20, 2011
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Pillar have always been a great band for me. They were one of the first Christian rock bands I had ever listened to along with P.O.D. and Skillet. The first album I ever picked up was "Fireproof". I love my rock heavy and hard and "Fireproof" was exactly that BUT they weren't just a rip off of Slipknot or any other band that were doing something similar at the time. Pillar is a positive group that anyone of any age would enjoy. They don't preach to you kicking you down saying that you are in the wrong or anything like that like churches do today. Pillar sung about God, of course, but they also sang about keeping strong, about being positive about life. They sung about things that lift your spirits. "Where Do We Go From Here" was another great album from the band with a similar style both musically and lyrically.

The band took a turn into more of a Hard Rock type of sound with "The Reckoning". They had less rap this time around and had more singing. In my opinion it was a great sound for the band, I really liked that album. They later came out with "For the Love of the Game" which sounded like a mix between the 2 earlier albums I had mentioned and "The Reckoning". This gave the band new colors and new life and sounded refreshing and lively. Unlike "The Reckoning" which carried a more serious tone, "The Love of the Game" brought back the rapping and the fast drumming and guitar playing. It had positive and uplifting lyrics.

The band then lost 2 of its members. Lester Estelle II: drums and Michael Wittig (AKA Kalel): bass. At first I thought "Hmm... I don't think these guys leaving would effect the band to much", but as it turned out, I was wrong. I can't say too much about Kalel but Lester leaving the band was pretty noticeable.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jade Topp on October 23, 2009
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I was given this Cd by my son for Christmas. I have taken this long to review it because I haven't put it down. I must "confess" The CD is safe and in my Cd storage unit but my iPod is another story. The entire album is on there an I listen to it when I am happy, sad, or any other emotion that just needs a spiritual lift.
I would recommend this album or any Pillar Album to anyone of any age who loves good music. You don't have to be Christian to enjoy them, you will be when you are done ... ;o)
I wouldn't trade the gift they give with there music for anything. They reinforce my beliefs daily and I would like to thank them for that.
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By Monica Wofford on July 19, 2013
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I order this cd and it was delivered quick. Great music and I was able to use it on my xbox and car stereo.
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By Marc Getz on July 9, 2013
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Pillar was one of the first Christian rock bands that I listened to and I loved where do we go from here and I liked the reckoning,but confessions sucks.pillar has gotten too soft and contemporary.if pillar was a rock band,they would be more popular,in my opinion.
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