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Need to Feel Alive

4.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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The Florida-based Forever Changed may be young, but their talent and artistry goes far beyond their years. Forever Changed is a band with a purpose, a desire and a calling most their age cannot comprehend. Forever Changed has mastered the pop hook, and their catchy melodies and smart lyrics will make fans of all ages.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Last Time
  2. Encounter
  3. Need to Feel Alive
  4. Something More
  5. Great Divide
  6. Romance in Denial
  7. Vanity Letter
  8. Opportunity (We Could Be the Ones)
  9. Identical
  10. Alone
  11. Knowledge


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Floodgate Records
  • ASIN: B0007NFLOA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #250,292 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Brian Reaves VINE VOICE on January 15, 2006
Switchfoot fans rejoice, Forever Changed has arrived! It's been a long, long time since I listened to a CD and my very first thought was "Wow!" From the opening song, I was impressed...and it only got better.

Forever Changed is a young band from Florida that recently signed with Floodgate Records. You can't really characterize their sound, but I'd go with Switchfoot-meets-Chevelle-meets-Seven Day Jesus and feel safe. Dan Cole's strong, passionate vocals are right in line with them. Ben O'Rear's guitar work is amazing (though they kind of fake you out with the intro of the first song). These guys sound tight! And when's the last time you actually noticed the drummer in a disc? Well, get prepared to notice everything here.

"The Last Time" starts things with almost a low-key feel at first, and then the music explodes on you. "Encounter" picks up next and keeps you running. Ever heard a band where every guitar solo sounded similar? Not gonna happen here. There are so many little riffs sprinkled throughout the songs you can't get bored.

The title cut is a cry from a broken soul longing to feel something again. If you've ever grown cold inside and watched others excited about their relationship with God, this is how you'd express it.

"Something More" is good, but "Great Divide" has to get you with its lyrics. It's the story of a teenage girl who listens helplessly as her parents scream at each other outside her door. When the father leaves (for good), the song says "She appears to be alive, while dying from the inside out". This is a really emotional song, and it will affect you.

"Romance In Denial" changes pace with a U2 feel. Man, this one got me.
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These guys from Forever Changed have something special with this album. Dan went to school with me and just seeing how much they have grown in the past 2 years makes me glad to know them. This album their first off of the new label is a big time keeper. With songs like Encounter, The Last Time, and Opportunity, they blow you away with the lyrics and guitar riffs. Then you have Romance in Denial and Knowledge and you can clearly see that these guys are definitly a force to be reckoned with.
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Without any doubt, Forever Changed is headed on their way to being the next Switchfoot. If you've heard the hype you should believe it. Forever Changed is one of the most talented bands to break out in 2004 and they're only going to get bigger. I love them.

Stand out tracks: "The Last Time", "The Great Divide", "Romance & Denial", "Opportunity", and "Knowledge"
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That was my first thought as I heard this album. The album was introduced to me by a very close and dear friend who played the album and then told me they are a christian band. I was shocked. I strongly suggest that everyone should consider this album as a staple of their music library. I am not necessarily a fan of Christian music myself in fact, my tastes have always been more of the harder edge stuff but I try to listen to everything and hear the sentiment of the lyrics. This album blew me away in an instant. I have seen many bands in concert and heard several thousands of albums in my lifetime. This band ranks among the tops. The reason: the band is extremely tight in their performance. The melodies are strong and so powerful that you can't help but to tap your foot and hum the songs long after the album has finished. The lyrics struck you to your inner core and share a common thread to many life experiences that we all have or will go through. This is one album that I have listened to several times over in a matter of days and still am not tired of it. I look forward to hearing their future albums and seeing how their career progresses. Another great thing about the band is their sense of humor.
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This is probally the best album they've put out to date, sure I like some of the songs on their older albums better than some of these songs, but I never skip to another song on this album becuase I like them all so much! Catch them live while on tour, they're great on stage! This is a great addition to your CD collection, keep it on top!
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After listening to about three seconds of this cd online, I ran out to the store to buy it. This cd is so good, I still can't believe it. It's almost too good to be true. But anyway, this is a pure, flat out rock cd. And a great one at that. Fans of Switchfoot, The Classic Crime and Jimmy Eat World will definately like this cd.

1.The Last Time (10/10) Probably my favorite song on the cd. A great faded beginning and also great lyrics. Cool backup guitar during the verses. Also, the bridge has an amazing solo that soon joins in with another one, making two completely awesome solos going at the same time. Every part of this song is fantastic.

2.Encounter (10/10) Another one of the best songs on the cd. Cool riff that appears throughout the song. The verses are very cool with one guitar playing the two power chords and the other palm muting. Very catchy. Again, great lyrics and another great solo (only one guitar this time). Great song.

3.The Need To Feel Alive (8/10) The only thing "eh" about this song is that I think that the lyrics can get a bit corny. Other than that, there's an aweseome guitar intro. Another good rock song.

4.Something More (8/10) Another good rock song with great guitar. Good lyrics.

5.Great Divide (8.5/10) Good theme to the song, that go with good lyrics. Cool palm muting during various parts of the song. Cool guitar riff during bridgeish part of song.

6.Romance In Denial (10/10) Probably my second favorite song on the cd, although it's really hard to decide because they're all so good. The lyrics in this song seem a bit mysterious, making them cool. The bass and drums in verses are awesome, and all the buildups in this song are really cool. The different riffs throughout the song are awesome.
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