Surprisingly strong for an 80s title,
This review is from: Tomorrow (Audio CD)
If you can get past the very electronic 80s instrumentation, cut for cut this is a strong album that probably deserved its spot on the CCM Greatest Christian Albums of All Time list. (#48 in case you're wondering). The title cut is the band's argument to procrastinating non-believers in Jesus. ("Who promised you tomorrow?/Better choose the Lord today/Because tomorrow very well might be too late..") "You Just Don't Wanna Be Loved" is a retort to those who refuse Christ's mercy. "Bring back the Days of Yea and Nay" pines after a more innocent America in which issues like sex change operations weren't even on the radar and Mom and Dad were clear guideposts to right and wrong. "Love is a Spirit" is probably the weakest tune here lyrically. This is a barebones CD presentation..no lyrics or liners, just the album art and track listing.
One I'll be adding to my collection. I'd suggest you do so too if you're a fan of modern gospel music.