Resonate

January 27, 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 1, 2002
  • Release Date: January 27, 2009
  • Label: Resonate Records/Word
  • Copyright: 2001 SONICFLOOd, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 49:21
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  • ASIN: B001QUU15W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232,385 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Brian Reaves VINE VOICE on October 10, 2001
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If you are a fan of the first Sonicflood cd, then you probably are scrambling to get this one after 2 years of listening to the first. Well, be forewarned, this is not the guys who changed the face of worship rock years ago. How you can change the majority of the members of a band (including the lead singer, lead guitarist, and keyboardist) and still keep the same name is beyond me. As a result, the sound is different. Not that it's bad, mind you, but it's not the same sound as the first. And it's not that the band has grown or something - they've just changed completely. Who will ever listen to "Open the Eyes of My Heart" in church and not immediately flash to the up-tempo rocking sound of the song we got in the original Sonicflood release? This cd also takes some old favorites and tries to rock them up, but it doesn't really do that good of a job of it. Most are easily forgotten quickly. However, the original songs like the title cut do give some hope, and "Fuel" is a good one. "Your Love" sounds like some sort of 60's rock song, and "I Lift My Eyes Up" has some great vocals by an uncredited female singer (ala "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever" from the first one). "Lord Over All" and "Lord of the Dance" are both good, but they massacre "Holy and Anointed One" (some songs just don't translate to rock as well as "Open The Eyes of My Heart"). This is a good cd to own, and I don't regret buying it, but just be forewarned that this is not the same sound as the first cd or the live one. For that kind of sound, you'll have to wait until March of 2002 and pick up Jeff Deyo's solo cd (the former lead singer of the band).
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ashish Samuel L. on October 16, 2001
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'Resonate' by Sonicflood is one of a kind of album that shows the bands dedication and commitment for proclaiming God's glory throught modern rock praise and worship songs. This album is the symbol of their triumph over all the trials and difficulties that the band has been through for the last one and half years of their existence. Although the band now consist of almost all new members, Rich Heil is still the one member who was in the former band as part of their lead vocals and bass guitar player. When Jeff Deyo had to leave the band for his full-time dedication for the Worship City Praise Ministry which he established in Nashville, TN, he passed on the responsibility of Sonicflood over to Rick Heil, who is now the lead singer of the band. And surely, God has used Rick Heil in writing and composing many of the original cuts included in this new album. Listening to this CD takes you into a new dimension of praise and worship which was not as much as exposed in previous studio album. The previous album was much of a corporate worship type, while this album is much of personal worship type. The original title song "Resonate" is one of a kind of song which express God's omnipotence over all His creation. "Feul" depicts the longings of those who truly seek the Lord with their whole heart inspite of going through harsh times in their life. "Dear Lord" is a beautiful expression of faith in God while still in suffering and pain surrounded by darkness. This song exhorts the listener to trust in Lord when experiencing heart breaks and frustrations of life. "Your Love" brilliantly expresses a beliver's walk in the Lord by taking up his cross and counting all but loss aginst the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus.Read more ›
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Falter on May 10, 2002
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SonicFlood turned the world of Christian music on its ear with innovative arrangements of worship standards. The new band preserves the innovative arrangements while significantly increasing the level of musical artistry. Please set aside the criticisms of disappointed listeners who were expecting more of the same, and read this review from a fan of both versions of SonicFlood (which I will refer to as SF1 and SF2 for simplicity's sake).
SF1 basically had two sounds--a rhythmically strong rock beat and a sweet ballad style. SF2 certainly has both sounds, as well--"I Lift My Eyes Up" is a good example of the rock sound, while "Dear Lord" is a pretty ballad. In addition, however, SF2 lays down some 60's rock ("Your Love"), some nice technosynthesized embellishments ("You Are the Holy One"), a few bars of African chanting ("Lord of the Dance"), and ballads that are more visceral and rhythmic ("Fuel", "Lord Over All").
The musical upgrade is most noticeable at the drummer's throne. Aaron of SF1 was a fine "groove" drummer due to his good rhythmic sense. However, he apparently has had little or no technical training. If you like hearing excellent grooves that are smartly embellished with flams, cymbal swells, snare rolls (with dynamics), and buzzes, though, you'll have to take the SF1 CDs out of your player and pop in "Resonate" instead.
Resonate's engineering is much more artistic, as well. The engineering on the SF1 albums was pretty much restricted to getting the levels right. SF2, on the other hand, concocts fascinating sounds with the human voice ("You Are the Holy One", "Your Love") and synthesizer ("Fuel").
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