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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Label: Forefront Records
  • ASIN: B00005RGFF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,496 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Stephen Carradini on May 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
They change. I'm tempted to say drastically, but it's actually not that drastic. When I first heard cuts from Lift, I was excited. I was hearing "Beautiful" and "Rejoice." It was more "poppy" than normal for them, but it sounded good to me. Two days after it came out, I went out and bought it. I popped it in, and I heard some good sounds. Not as amazing as Some Kind of Zombie or as uplifting as Underdog, but good noise. It was vaguely reminiscent of bloOm, which was a good album, but didn't have any sense of continuation to it. After track five, though, something happened: it slowed down. This was not the Audio Adrenaline I know. It's audio, but there's not much adrenaline! I was redeemed by "Summertime," though, and "Lonely Man" (the second bonus track) is reminiscent of Zombie. I loved "Lonely Man."

Overall, the CD is a pop-rock CD. It's a slow version of Audio Adrenaline. There's hope for it yet, with the track "Lonely Man," and the uplifting songs "Rejoice" and "Beautiful." It's a great CD, nonetheless, but unexpected from AudioA. Bob Herdman's presence in the band is missed (he left to be with his family, although they quote he's still a force).
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I wrote off Audio Adrenaline's Lift after the first listen back when it was released back in November. Recently, I decided to give it another chance. My conclusion? The album is pretty good for what it is- a pop rock album that doesn't attempt breaking any ground. The lyrics are straightforward, the musicianship is clear-cut yet professional, and the overall tone of the album remains profusely upbeat and optimistic. Nothing is wrong with any of those things. In fact, the album is extremely reminiscent of the group's last effort, Underdog, perhaps due to the fact that both albums were produced by the band. Audio A has proved to be a mainstay on the Christian music since their self-titled release in 1992. Since the release of Bloom in 1996, Audio A has catapulted into the limelight of Christian music through a combination of classic rock, modern rock, and a touch of funk.
Lift by no means pushes any lyrical boundaries, and seldom makes the attempt. The lyrics are often cliché and sappy. However, at the same time, they are extremely honest and open, which almost counterbalances the actual words. While there is not a sense of depth to the lyrics, they remain extremely emotional and even thought provoking at times. Overall, the lyrical tone only detracts minimally from the album as a whole.
When Audio Adrenaline wants to rock you, they do so accordingly. When they want to convey an emotion, they let it be known. No hidden surprises in this category either. Just undemanding, easy listening pop rock songs put on disc for your listening pleasure.
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By A Customer on August 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
For many years I was heavily enmeshed in Satanism, Naziism, and the occult. I became a very violent, callous, darkhearted & evil person. I have since had a conversion experience & am working towards becoming a new person in Jesus Christ through the help of my friends, family, parish church, prayer, Holy Scripture, & the Holy Spirit. My listening tastes have not changed, although now I listen to Christian/apologetic death, black & hc metal that is God-praising, spirit-filled & life-affirming. My only exception is Audio Adrenaline & one song in particular: Ocean Floor.It is the one and only song in my life that has made me cry.
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I guess the 3-star rating is just in comparison to other Audio A. albums I prefer. Take that into consideration, because this album has some great songs on it! "Ocean Floor" and "Beautiful" are 2 of my favorite Audio A. songs ever, but I don't feel that the rest of the album is nearly as good.
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By A Customer on July 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Audio Adrenaline is back with a much anticipated follow up to the great album that was Underdog. During their hiatus, the group released a greatest hits record with a couple of new tunes to suffice the eager fan waiting for a new album. Now, Audio Adrenaline is back with a huge force. Continuing in the tradition of making great pop/rock anthems destined to be youth group favorites, Audio Adrenaline made an album with a few spots of growth as well. Lyrically, the album tends to stay on the same level as previous efforts, in other words, encouraging lingo that only the Christian would enjoy. That's not a bad thing, as a matter of fact, it's what Audio Adrenaline does well. However, tunes like "Ocean Floor" and "Lonely Man" (featuring T-Bone) show the growth that was previously mentioned. They show that they aren't afraid to dig a little deeper on these tunes and show some human frailty. Musically, the album stays pretty up. "You Still Amaze Me", "Lonely Man" and "I'm Alive" are all out rockers that Audio Adrenaline are known for. "Rejoice", "Beautiful" and "Glory" are nice pop tunes destined for radio success. I don't have any complaints with a band that knows their place industry and doesn't try to be something they're not. Audio Adrenaline has made and will make great pop/rock albums for the rest of their career. And as long as they are as enjoyable as Lift, I don't have a problem with it.
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