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Life Enhanced

4.7 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (June 28, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sparrow Records
  • ASIN: B0009FGX20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #237,300 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Energetic, intense, peaceful, uplifting, trippy, brilliant. All of these words and more could be used to describe this mind-blowing CD from Andy Hunter. Following his fantastic debut album, Exodus, Hunter had a lot to live up to. Let me reassure you, he has not only lived up to Exodus, but he might have even surpassed it. From beginning to end, Life will never disappoint.

It should also be noted that Andy Hunter has retained his amazing Christian message, not selling out one bit. He is truly a blessing to world of electronica... Don't even hesitate, buy this CD now. The sooner you own it, the sooner you can experience this heaven-on-a-disc.

Its one and only downside? With just 6 tracks at 43 minutes, you'll be begging for more!
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I raved about Andy Hunter's debut Exodus, his 2002 album which I still am amazed by. It would be a tough act to follow, yet he managed to put out music every bit as extraordinary in quality on this sophomore outing. The only drawback is that this time we got fewer songs, but on the other hand, the price is cheaper.

I became familiar with the album through the 4-track advance CD, which begins with "To Life, To Love," a song that I think is the perfect opener for the album. This commercial version begins with "Open My Eyes," a track that knocks you out of your chair right off the bat. On my own mix tape, I put "Open My Eyes" in the middle, after building up to its intense energy through previous tracks. But there are times when I'm in high gear and "Open My Eyes" is exactly what I want to hear first when I listen to Andy Hunter. "To Life To Love" works well as a final track too, though!

Christine Glass, one of my favorite singers, appears again on this Andy Hunter release, as she did on his debut. (She sings on "Alive" here.) Thanks, Andy, for having her come back! May she always be a part of your albums!

My one disappointment in this album is that I don't like the lyrics quite as well as those on the first album. But there is still enough here lyrically that it is still something that can keep you vertically focused.

One of my favorite DJs is Tiesto, a DJ similar in style to Andy Hunter. But no DJ tops Andy Hunter in my book. Both Exodus and Life are superb albums that I will continue to listen to, and they'll never get old. Both of them get me on my feet dancing like no other albums.
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For those of you who like Dance/Trance/Electronica music, go check out Andy Hunter's new album "Life". I love his music cause he bases his songs off passages of the bible. If you go to his site, [...] check out the "Lyrics and Inspirations" link. Pretty cool stuff...really great music...His music has been used in some movies (i.e., Italian Job), video games (i.e., Burnout Revenge), and some movie trailers because of the fast-paced feel of his music. Whenever I listen to his music, I always imagine a scene where there's some sort of car chase, or some person jamming in a sporty car down a long stretch of highway weaving in and out of traffic...
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This EP is "Alive" and "Wonderful"!! :-D (...sorry). At first listen, I didn't truly appreciate this EP. While I never disliked it, I thought Exodus was far superior. However after listening to it a few times along with Exodus, this managed to be on par with and even surpassing it in some areas.

What is really remarkable about this EP is that all the tracks has its own flavor, style, and are completely different from each other, yet still maintaining Andy Hunter's signature ambient sound which all fans of Andy Hunter should be familiar with.

All of the tracks seem to fall into place flawlessly and with grace. None of it seems out of place. The start is hard and strong and as the CD goes on, it slowly becomes melodic, airy and light. It's incredibly pleasing to the ear.

It starts off explosively with "Open My Eyes" which fills you up with adrenaline right from the start and the intensity continues with the second track "Come On". After that it slows down and the track "Alive" comes in. "Alive" fills in for "Amazing" from his previous album except this is 90 times better. The vocals are great and the entire song is structured like Hybrid - If I Survive (Wider Angle, awesome CD). I'm a huge fan of Hybrid so naturally I loved this track. The next track "Wonderful" is well...wonderful. It's very light and seems to fall into place instead of sounding forced. The next track "Lifelight" has characteristics of BT and his style yet still having its own distinctiveness and flavor to it. The last track "To Life, To Love" is a masterpiece. I love this track and its message about loving each other and working together. It's an appropriate end to the CD.

I wish there were some more tracks, but I'm glad that at least he released something instead of nothing at all.
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I was really looking forward to hearing this new CD. I had enjoyed Exodus a lot and was hoping to grasp some more of Andy Hunter's musical view of life.

I put the CD into the player and waited for a nice intro but just about had a heart attack as it played the first track. Why had I left the volume on so loud yesterday. Man, that one started with energy! Called Open My Eyes, the first piece will do just that if you decided to play it first thing in the morning. You get directly involved into Andy's Universe.

The second track, Come On, is just as fast paced, maybe even more. Definitely trying to keep you on your toes.

Then I'm Alive, the third track, brings you into a quieter mode that lets you enjoy the feeling of the two previous tracks "I fell on top of the world"

Wonderful comes next and it's probably the one that I like the least in the EP. It's advantage is that it lets me know that the next track is coming

My favorite track, "Lifelight", is just the song that I need to listen to every time I have to focus on whatever I'm doing. I don't know why, maybe it's the switching of pace, or the general dynamic of the song; but I just love it! It's the song played the most on my ITunes.

As for the last track To Life To Love, well it just musically concludes a pretty good CD.

Buy it, it's worth it. And I hope Andy Hunter comes up with an LP soon.
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