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Fighter

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Manafest comes back boldly with his fifth full-length album, "Fighter." Fresh off his critically acclaimed 2010 release "The Chase," Manafest has been touring extensively, including the Awake And Alive Tour with Skillet, Disciple, and We As Human, and he is back and ready for action. Featuring hit radio singles Every Time You Run, Avalanche, No Plan B, Bring The Ruckus and "The Chase" which is Manafest's biggest release to date. Produced by Seth Mosley (Newsboys, Me In Motion) and Adam Messenger (Justin Bieber, Chris Brown), "Fighter" picks up where "The Chase" left off. With a CHR Single going to adds late January and more music videos to follow, Manafest is sure to pick up even more speed in 2012. He is hitting the road with RED, and Thousand Foot Krutch in early 2012, right around the release.


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  • Audio CD (April 10, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bec Recordings / Emd
  • ASIN: B0076DIDO4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,628 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steven from Louisville on April 11, 2012
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As I said in a comment on the first review - I lean more towards 4 stars. It is pretty good, but definitely is like most Christian artists right now: all migrating toward the K-Love station version of themselves (like Toby Mac, etc...). He was right - it is not quite as hard hitting, rapping. There just is not the global, super power rock / rap / alt scene for Christian artists yet. So, they all seem to be copying the one song or two of theirs that gets 'air time'. I am more looking forward to TFK's new album, but glad I bought this one. It is good, and high production quality. At the same time, some songs sound almost the same - but I have only listened to it once so far. God Bless! Steven
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Richardson on April 24, 2012
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A few weeks ago Manafest released his sixth studio album, eighth project overall, "Fighter." I first got into Manafest when he dropped "Glory" and after that I was hooked. I had the perfect blend of Hip Hop and Rock. However last year he released "The Chase" in which the Rock portion had a bigger influence on the overall sound. Because of this I was a little skeptical to give it a listen, and sadly I still haven't listened to it. After listening to this album I have to say how impressed I am at how smooth it sounds. So I'm definitely going to go give "The Chase" a chance.

Granted this project isn't perfect. There's only eleven total tracks, with track eleven being an acoustic version of track six "Never Let You Go". So there's really only ten songs total. On top of that there were two or three songs that I felt were very... cliche. However, even these songs aren't enough to bring this album down that much.

We start off with the amazing song "Fighter." This was the same song he used in the trailer for the album, and I was eager to hear the full version. The energy and positivity in the song is just unexplainable. When I first heard it, it was like six in the morning and I had to contain myself from not singing it out loud. Track two "Throw It Away" is one that I could have done without. I just didn't find anything impressive about it. Track three "Pushover" picks up the pace again. While not being a favorite of mine off the album, it's definitely a fun track filled with a lot of energy.

At this point I started thinking of a review I had previously read for this album. The writer still labeled him as Rap/Rock, I have to disagree. If he keeps this style it's more Rock/Rap. He's making Rock music with Hip Hop influence, and he's doing it with ease.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By astrotriforce on April 15, 2012
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I could not disagree more with most of my peers here. Unlike some others, I came into fighter with few preconceived notions, as I had never listened to a Manafest album all the way through. That's because I never owned one. I really wanted to buy a Manafest album when Epiphany first hit, but I never got around to it. Of the songs I listened to on youtube though, I loved.

I have heard a few of Manafests newer material, and I thought his rock stuff was somewhat weak. But he kinda fell off my radar for quite a while and I never did get around to purchasing one of his albums.

Weak rock is absolutely 100% NOT the case on Fighter. This album absolutely blew me away, and unlike on songs like Renegade, Manafest did not come off sounding like a TFK wannabe, but rather he has his own unique style and sound. It's true that there is very little rapping on this album, but even so he mixes up his vocals quite well and there is a lot diversity in the way he sounds, speaks and sings. I was even absolutely floored by some songs, and he and his new band rock with the best of them. Many songs have punch and a deep meaning as well. The production on this album is through the roof, and each and every song sounds extremely tight.

I actually liked EACH AND EVERY song on this album. There is not a single weaklink in the entire whole. A fact I couldn't even say about Demon Hunter's True Defiance. As such, I give this album 5 out of 5 Stars.

You can read more of my opinion of each song and the album as a whole at my website at watchusplaygames dot com.
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Back in 2010 Manafest dropped The Chase, an album which earned the rapper/rocker truckloads of critical support and expanded on a following which he has been building since his debut in 2001. The Chase produced Manafest’s first No. 1 single “Bring the Ruckus,” and earned him a spot on international tours with the likes of Thousand Foot Krutch and Skillet. Fast-forward two years and Manafest brings the ruckus again with Fighter.

If there’s one thing that hits you when listening to Fighter, it’s that this album is very true to its name. Wrapped up in each of the eleven tracks is a message defined by positivity and the will to get up and make a difference. If anyone out there needs a new album to spin while working out, trying to get through hard times in life, or just to put a little fire under you, look no further.

The album begins with the title-track “Fighter.” First tracks are incredibly important to any album in how they set the tone for the rest of what’s to come and “Fighter” certainly sets the right tone for this album. The opening lyrics take you on a journey through the lows of depression and pain with a reference to the fact that Manafest never knew his father (who committed suicide when he was just 5 years old). However, unlike many artists out there who would make the macabre the main focus, “Fighter” quickly works towards redemption through the battle cry “I’m a fighter.” This battle cry characterizes not only the rest of the song, but also the remainder of the album.

It is immediately apparent in “Fighter” that Manafest has stretched himself vocally.
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