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David Crowder has been embraced for his lyrically powerful and musically elaborate and unpredictable songs that have found themselves being sung everywhere from churches to clubs all across the country. In November 2012, Crowder released his first solo project, Crowder: iTunes® Session which delivered nine stripped down organic tracks to many of Crowder’s most loved originals. As ... Read more in Amazon's David Crowder*Band Store

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  • Audio CD (September 25, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Six Step Records
  • ASIN: B000UZ4EQQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,935 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2007 release from the modern Worship Alt-Rock band. The follow-up to the universally acclaimed A Collision, Remedy finds the band returning to a more 'back to basics' approach.

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The cruel joke about contemporary Christian music for years has been that the recipe for successful CCM is to take a neutered form of some "alternative" rock from ten years ago, replace the word "baby" with "Jesus" and there you go--please do not forget to pick up your Dove award on your way out the door! At first, this seems to be the case with the David Crowder Band's new album, Remedy. "Can You Feel It," after all, sounds like tepid alt-y dance-pop with "edgy" distorted vocals, while "Everything Glorious" sounds like James Blount throwing off another adult contemporary snoozer while playing Pac Man. Thankfully, it's an eclectic release. Crowder's adept at mixing and matching genres, as anyone who's listened to his bluegrass-flavored A Collision--or its even rootsier follow-up, B Collision--will attest. Remedy sounds like a strange mix tape, but there is undeniable passion and skill at work here. Crowder, who's affiliated with the Praise & Worship movement, really knows how to write rousing anthems, even when making dubious production choices. --Mike McGonigal

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Their lyrics are amazing as well.
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I really like 'Remedy' and 'Can You Feel It?', but in general I would say this is just an average CD and nothing spectacular.
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May it draw all to listen in closer fellowship with our God!
Sean Mixson

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Phillip R. Lucia on September 25, 2007
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After A Collision, what was DC*B supposed to do? That record stands as a masterpiece of Christian music and rock music in general. Yet Remedy is not the disappointment it could have been.

Remedy is a return to form for the Waco, TX based worship group. What you'll get is 10 tracks of solid praise music, in true David Crowder Band genre-mixing electronically influenced style. This is the music you'll be hearing at forward-thinking churches around the world for the next few years, and if you get the record now you'll enjoy hearing the songs all the more. Standout tracks include "Glory of It All" with its instantly memorable hook, the borderline danceable "Can You Feel It?", and the title track.

All in all, this record is one that Christian music enthusiasts and worship leaders should definitely own. But if you're a fan of music in general, please do yourself a favor and get A Collision. It's not to be missed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. Pierce on April 30, 2008
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I'll start out by saying that I think most of the critical praise bestowed on The David Crowder Band is justly deserved. Crowder is a forward thinker, an artist, a true worshipper, and an intellectual. The last album, A Collision, thrust the modern worship genre into totally uncharted territory. It was progressive, epic, heartfelt, inspiring, and original. Many have seen Remedy as a return to form of sorts, resorting back to 10 back-to-basics songs and losing the lofty concept motif. The results, in my opinion, are a mixed bag. The songs stand well enough on their own, but put together they play like a B-Sides record. Who else could put soaring arena rock, bluegrass, techno/nintendo rock, ballads, and reworked hymns on the same 10 song record? I rest my case. On A Collision the sheer number of tracks and the concept weighed out the mediocre material. Remedy lacks the cohesiveness of A Collision for that reason - there are not enough foundational tracks to make the toss-off tracks seem great. Don't get me wrong here. I like this record and listen to it often. In fact, I think "The Glory Of It All" is the best thing they've done yet. It's just that in light of what we all know DCB are capable of, this just doesn't hold up quite as well as a record. Also, the production is flashy, flashy, flashy - lots of time went into bells and whisltes, but the bottom line - good songs individually; pretty uneven as a record.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sean Mixson on September 26, 2007
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We are experiencing tragedy in our family at this time and the words that God has given David Crowder are not only comforting to us at this time, but also hopeful. Added the fact that Ted Nugent plays on this CD is truly a God thing! I wish I could explain why to each of you reading this, but you'll have to trust me on this!

This is by far his most emotionally charged CD. May it draw all to listen in closer fellowship with our God!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Bradford on July 23, 2010
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This album has some awesome songs on it, and a great variety of them too. There are some great upbeat praise songs like "O, For A Thousand Tongues To Sing", and "...neverending...", there are slow songs that speak to your heart like "Never Let Go" and "Surely We Can Change", and everything in between.

The album also has a lot of creative synthesizers in the mix and they really add to the flow of the album. Like most of David Crowder's stuff it really feels like one cohesive album and not just a collection of songs.

With all that said, the album is great, but just not their best and actually really suffers from the length (only 10 songs). My favorite has still got to be A Collision, but I would definitely not skip over this album if you are a DC*B fan.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Moll on November 29, 2007
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I am writing this review in response to the overwhelmingly positive reviews I have been seeing here and elsewhere (e.g., worship magazines, etc.).

After "A Collision", I fell in love with the David Crowder Band (DCB). I mean, what other modern worship leader is covering Sufjan on their CDs? Brilliant. "A Collision" was a true progression - experimental sounds were added tastefully, the album both rocked heavily (You are my Joy) and was very delicate (Come and Listen). I had high expectations for Remedy.

My expectations were not met, for several reasons:

1) There are only 10 tracks. 1 track (O for a Thousand Tongues) is a hymn redone and is not totally original. 1 track (Everything Glorious) has been released before. So, there are really 8 truly new, original tracks. That was disappointing. That said, the redone "O for a Thousand Tongues" is pretty good.

2) "Never Let Go" is strikingly similar to the Redman song "You Never Let Go". The theme is nearly identical and the chorus is very similar.

3) "...neverending..." is okay, but is hyper-catchy and poppy, a genre I thought DCB would move away from after "A Collision". It's a pretty fun track, but its short and reminds me a lot of "Forever and Ever" from "A Collision".

4)"Rain Down" is a cool song, but the theme of God "raining down" has been overdone in my opinion. DCB is a source of creative and fresh lyrics and this song (along with "Never Let Go") are a step backwards.

5) "Surely we can Change" is a really good song. Nice closer. Also, the opener "The Glory of it All" is equally stimulating - creative, musically interesting and well done.

Overall, I give this album 2 stars mostly because of my expectations.
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