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  • Audio CD (June 16, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bec Recordings
  • ASIN: B000007OCN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,275 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Spill Me
2. Rebuttal
3. Pipe Dreams
4. Stalemate
5. Run
6. Independence?
7. Six Sirens
8. Bleed Season
9. 1 X 7
10. When Darkness Reigns

Customer Reviews

This CD has awesome lyrics and the music complements them perfectly.
Nathaniel G. Austin
The realm of Christian music is expanding rapidly and bands like this show that just because you're a Christian, it doesnt mean your music cant kick a little butt.
James Scheele
AWESOME guitar,AWESOME bass, AWESOME drums, AWESOME vocals, AWESOME lyrics.
One Armed Man

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Murphy on April 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
For those seriously shopping for a new CD and are considering this one, ignore all the other reviews that keep saying "this CD rocks! Buy it!" While I agree, remember that no matter how many comparisons Project gets to P.O.D., they are not P.O.D. If you're looking for a more melodic sound, stick with P.O.D. or some of Project's later releases.
As for this CD, expect only two things. Hard, driving guitar chords with a driving beat, and lyrics that are best described as poetic. This is one of those few CD's where I can sit down and read the lyrics and get as much out of them as listening to the music.
This CD really shows Andrew Schwab's intentions when writing a song. Not to make you sing along or tap your foot, but to make you think. Sometimes he does this job all too perfect. I often find that the words of this CD get stuck in my head more than the music itself.
So, before you click that button to put this in your basket, remember to do a few things. Listen to the samples, ask yourself if you're in the mood for deep thinking, and check to make sure your walls are strong enough for you to slam into them without breaking.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. Peltier on February 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
At the forefront of the current heavy music revolution is the Southern California influenced rapcore scene. With so many Adidas-donning commercial heros capitalizing on this up-and-coming street level sound it is difficult to imagine anything not of the cookie-cutter mold coming out of the genre. There is however, one California band that is staying true to their own musical directions and creating in-your-face metal outside of the corporate circle. Though California natives Project 86 are not breaking any new ground with their self-titled debut on BEC records they are however infusing new life into this now commercialized sound and making bodies move. Touting their own unique song writing flavor, P86 have carved themselves out a niche in the new-school metal world that is uniquely their own. At times, it seems as they have collectively infused the progressive sound of Tool with the hardcore smarts of Biohazard and the flow and feel of older Rollins Band. The conglomeration of styles adds to the slamming excitement of the quartet's neveau-hardcore sound. The vocal attack led by front-man Andrew Schwab has smooth rhythmic flow without being overly hip hop influenced. Place that over the subtle nuances of Randy Torres' riff laden guitar sound and the groove-heavy bottom-end of drummer Alex Albert and bassist Steven Dail and P86 are ready to make an impact in the pits. Helping to add to the aggressive edge of the album was producer Bryan Carlstrom (Biohazard, Anthrax, White Zombie, Jane's Addiction). P86's lyrics effect the soul as much as the music drives the body. Typical of many hardcore influenced bands the album takes a long, hard look at life and the struggles within each of our daily routines and how to survive and overcome.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Wahlstrom on February 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Well just to lay it on the line this is the most awesome hard-core album I have ever listened to. I have had the cd for over a year and I can still listen to it with out getting bored. The song "sirens" has got to be my all time favorite. I love the way they can make their songs so hard and keep it christian and clean. Some of the lyrics on the songs are so thought provoking I think anyone christian or secular would understand what they are saying. they get the point across and do it to the best music ever so if you are looking for something hard and clean this is it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Cherwinski on February 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This band is great, they have a mixture of korn,tool,rage against the machine and henry rollins. At first I was skeptical when my room mate gave this cd for my birthday, cause I never heard of this band and I never listened to Christian rock before. When I threw in the CD I was amazed by the sound, it was simular to every thing I listened to but so different. This cd is one of my favorites now, I recommend if your into hard rock/metal that you buy this cd.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ray p. on March 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
i never really liked christian bands until i bought project 86's first cd.in my personel opinion, they are better than the likes of rage, limp,or even korn.and as far as there lyrics go,those other bands don't even come close.i've never heard a band of such high quality musically,and that has challenged me spiritually except for project.p.o.d. is a far second.if you're looking for a cd that is as good if not much better than limp or korn and that might help you in your relationship with God,project 86 is the best one out there.by the way i bought there new cd about 2 weeks ago and it's even better than the first one.all i can say is watch out main stream.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "howitzer" on December 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This group is unbelievably good. Hard playing throughout with loud guitars, thick bass, and hard drums. And Andrew is an awesome, and honest songwriter. He talks about struggles in his life as well as a creative look at God's awesome affect on our lives. I also love how Andrew sings, or should I say how he yells. This CD is crammed full of awesome song after awesome song. Pipe Dream and Six Sirens(with Sonny Sandoval as a guest singer making it even tighter.) are two of THE BEST hardcore songs I have ever heard. This stuff is so much better than that main stream supposedly "hard core" stuff. I really don't even like mainstream stuff because the bands put out one good song and everyone buys the CD and there is no other songs that are even half way listenable. Underground music rules.
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