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In Search of a Unified Theory

Cobalt Season Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (May 29, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B000R7I5I0
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,184,534 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Some Reviews from TheCobaltSeason.com August 1, 2007
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Brian McLaren - "I just got back from Africa and have been listening to In Search of a Unified Theory nonstop for a couple days. I'm totally blown away. I really liked But I Tell You, but this one just soars. The lyrics are powerful. The songs themselves are so strong, so well structured. The vocals are perfect. And the arrangements are completely amazing. I thought of several of my favorite bands - Innocence Mission, the Weepies, and Sigur Rós. This CD should win a bunch of awards. Thanks for making it, man!"

Mike Stavlund - "...if by `maturity' [people] mean `going along with the program', `giving up the dream', or `becoming more realistic', I hope Ryan never grows up. He has the vision of a seer, the courage of a prophet, the heart of a friend, and the soul of an artist. At the same time, this newest album is more balanced, more measured, more thoughtful, more constructive, more, well, mature..."

Bob Carlton - "In this glorious work, the Sharps combine to do what art is meant to do-unlock all the senses, let out the imagination, unleash anguish & hope, tease out a grove that sneaks up on your head-make you want to dance and protest and make love. That's what music is for, right?"

Mark Van Steenwyk - "The album is a soul-searching pilgrimage. And here I think a comparison with Rich Mullins-at least the spirit of his music-is appropriate. Rich Mullins pursued Jesus with unabashed spiritual intensity. And I think the same is true of the Cobalt Season. This album-this musical pilgrimage-is filled with pain and ambiguity and uncertainty. The Cobalt Season are minstrels for the spiritually disenfranchised. It is a musical exploration of the via purgativa. It affirms the shadow side of life in a way that I wish Rich Mullins had in his life.
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