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What I've Become

August 23, 2011 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Label: Fair Trade/Columbia
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  • Total Length: 37:37
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  • ASIN: B005GXW1VW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,344 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on September 21, 2011
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I had never heard of the band before but stumbled on one of their songs and thought I'd check out the CD. So glad that I did and wasn't disappointed at all. Like another reviewer stated there isn't a weak song on the disk. I loved every song and that's something I don't say about a lot of CD's now of days. The music is great and diverse and isn't repetitive. I think they did a good job on this album showcasing their talent. Would defiantly buy more from this group.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bumble on August 26, 2011
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Absolutely stellar release, not a weak song in the mix. The writing is extremely mature and improves upon an already exceptional quality proven in the last two outings by these guys. Lyrically and instrumentally excellent all the way through. Many of the songs are reminiscent of some of my "long ago" favorites; Cry Out, After All this, Broken Pieces...the list can surely go on.

This is definitely not the style/kind/genre of music I generally listen to (I'm getting old, too old) these days. That said, What I've Become will keep my attention and stay on the top of my playlists for a long, long time. It's blasting from the speakers, even as I type.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rock Fan on June 28, 2012
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Okay, so I listen to all kinds of rock: From TFK to Skillet to Theory of a Deadman and Shinedown: These guys are right there! Too many Christian rock bands all sound the same: no real power. These guys should be up at the top of the rock charts. Anywho, here's an evaluation of each song:

1. Keep Me Breathing: A solid rock song with a good chorus. It is very powerful, and a great opener as it shows what the rest of the album is going to be like. 7/10

2. On My Own: Wow! Just great! Powerful, great lyrics, great instruments, great voice. Flawless, but in order to show how great other songs are, I have to rate it 9/10.

3. Everything Good: So I don't listen to much "Christian music", just songs from Christian bands. I find a lot of them to be chessy, but this song is actually really good. A new sound for them, but they hit it. 9/10.

4. Without You: Get it. Don't even think twice. Even people who aren't huge rock fans will love this song. It was written about his brother and is just flat-out awesome. He puts a lot of soul into this one. 10/10.

5. Come Alive: First one of their's I heard and couldn't believe it was a Christian band. Great song. 9/10.

6. Unbroken: Running out of time, so I'll keep it short. It's a good song. Solid, but not overpowering. 7/10.

7. End of Me: Probably my favorite of their's. Really really good. Definite buy! 10/10.

8. Right Here: Another really good one. 8/10.

9. Change My Life: See #3. A little more rock than "Everything Good". But good message too.

10. Take it Away: Very rock, but kind of messy. Not my favorite of their's. 5/10.

11. Inside of Me: Likewise, not that great, but still pretty good.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mdclover on August 27, 2011
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Heard these guys on the radio a few days ago, was going to just pick up the single Come Alive, but then listened to the other songs and decided to get the whole album. Start to finish is full of good songs, melodies, musicianship, lyrics and some sweet breakdowns.
check it out!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan T. Poindexter on January 15, 2012
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We live in a day where Christan rock albums are numerous and it's hard to know which band is good. This band is one of the good ones. There is a depth in the lyrics mixed with solid rock riffs which create great songs! Sometimes for me it's helpful to hear a band described in terms of other bands. When I listen to Ashes Remain I'm reminded of Kutless by the vocals and Decyfer Down (their first album) by the music. Great band to check out. And right now the album's only $5!
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I haven't heard the likes of this group EVER in Christian Rock. This is the first band I have heard with a lead guitarist that has the abilities of the secular guitarists. The lead guitarist can WAIL. I mean no joke. The slow songs are great. The rock tracks are great. There is not ONE weak song on this album. Every single song is amazing. BUY THIS ALBUM as soon as you can. Don't let your ears miss out on this one. WOW.

I can't stop listening to this disc.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By chess on February 9, 2013
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This is the best CD I've ever purchased! I have listened to a lot of Christian music that was good quality and had good lyrics, but this album blew me away. The songs have really connected with me and helped me to worship God. I gave this CD to a friend, and he had great things to say about it as well! I keep an extra copy of it to give away to friends that I think will benefit from it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Michael S. Newdeck on March 4, 2012
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Baltimore Christian modern rock outfit Ashes Remain has undoubtedly produced one of the modern rock highlights of 2011. Full of hooks and great songs, `What I've Become' hits all the right buttons whilst harnessing it to a hard edge that fans of Skillet and Kutless will fully appreciate. Held together by Rob Hawkins (Disciple, Fireflight) uncluttered production this album has the appeal to crossover into the secular market and at the same time be relevant in both the rock and the pop markets. Opener `Keep Me Breathing' boasts a chugging guitar riff, killer hook and a sublime guitar solo, whilst the undoubted jewel in crown is the Skillet-like `On My Own'. Of the more ballad like material on offer, the Remedy Drive tinged `Without You' complete with powerful finale, and the electro-acoustic pop of `Everything Good' demonstrate a band that do "finesse" as well as "crunch". Although if it's low end clout you're after then look no further than the `Take It Away' or `Inside of Me' which have enough going on to keep the hard rockers happy. Special mention should also go to the quite brilliant `Change My Life' ,a piano driven Remedy Drive style song with a punchy guitar led chorus, but to be honest-save for the slightly dull `Come Alive'-it`s all high quality punchy modern rock albeit a little generic.
Whilst winning no awards for originality whatsoever `What We've Become' nevertheless deserves high praise for it's great songs, high quality musicianship and overall consistency making this an album one of the surprises of 2011.
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