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New Horizons

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2012 release, the third album from the Texas-based Alt-Rock band. New Horizons, produced by Howard Benson, is the long awaited follow-up to their 2009 album Memento Mori. While the band have been classified as Christian Rock, their mainstream success has enabled Lacey Sturm and Co. to reach a wider audience than most bands of their genre. Includes the singles 'New Horizons' and 'Call You Out'.
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  • Audio CD (October 30, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: A&M/Octone
  • ASIN: B009DJB8UU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Scott Goodale on October 31, 2012
Format: Audio CD
This is Lacey's last album with Flyleaf. I was disappointed that it clocks in at only 36:30. I opened the CD to read the liner notes/lyrics before I popped it in. Instead I got a mini-poster and a list of folks associated with the album. Sigh. So if you are debating on getting the actual CD or downloading it, you're not missing out by saving a few bucks and simply downloading it. Overall the album is solid. I liked it better the second time around, so you may need to listen to it a few times to get into all the songs. There are a few that need to grow on me still. That said, there are some here that will blow you away the very first time! So there you have it. If you're already a Flyleaf fan, you'll like this, if you're new to them and you like the harder stuff go with their first disc, but this one will give you a taste of that one, most notably Call You Out.

Fire Fire: A nice way to kick off the disc. The song is short but has an edge to it.

New Horizons: The first single is more mainstream oriented, but listening to it in the context of the album it seems to fit in well.

Call You Out: Simply the best song on the album! You might think this was on their first (and IMO their best album). It has that hard Flyleaf edge and is Lacey and the band at their best!

Cage On the Ground: Things slow down a bit here. I'm biased, I like Flyleaf better when they're full on straight-ahead. It's certainly not a throw away though.

Great Love: I like the words. The song gets better as it progresses. Listen to it all the way through. It may be one of those songs that has to grow on you.

Bury Your Heart: Wow! Oustanding! I could listen to this song over and over.

Freedom: Another winner! Play it loud!
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I've loved Flyleaf since 2007, I started out as the typical fan, I first heard All Around Me, at first for some reason I thought it was Gwen Stefani... I have no idea why, I was in 7th grade when this song was re-released, so please forgive me. I started out as the typical fan, but when I heard more and more songs, I fell a little deeper in-love with them, I fell in love with Lacey's voice, I fell in-love with Pat, Sameer, and Jared's agression of their guitars and bass. And I fell in-love with James drumming rythem. Than one day in 2009 I heard Memento Mori was coming out, so I begged my mom to take me to Best Buy to buy the T-shirt and CD bundle, and it was the best CD I've heard yet. I got to know more about their message, and Lacey's Testimony, and being someone constantly facing family deaths, cancer, and childhood deaths: I've gone to 6 funerals for people under the age of 21, and one of them was my own brother. And so I was regretting being alive for a long time, but whenever I heard her insperational story I felt inspired enough to keep going because (this might sound cheesy, and I don't mean it to be like that) it might get better. It has gotten better, I lost my brother, I say a few children die way to young because of cancer, but it made me realize how short life can be for a lot of us. Than I was impatinetly awaiting the 'New Album' from Flyleaf, because it seemed as if they were working on this album for 2 years. Finally news broke in July 2012, from their twitter and let me tell you I've checked their website, and twitter multiple times a day. I downloaded the single New Horizons, and than in September the other single Call You Out, I pre-ordered the Super Fan bundle on their merch site, but I pre-ordered the CD months in advance on Amazon.Read more ›
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Instantly loved this cd. I believe it to be their best and also Lacey's finest performance! What a way to go out. When she is on top of her game. Some of her vocal arrangements are outstanding and very catchy. I would give this a perfect 10 out of 10 but the only flaw is the single "New Horizons." Honestly I can't even believe that song made it on the cd. It is def the weakest track on here. So for that poor choice of making it the "single" I give this a 9 out of 10. Great Great Effort and very worshipful! Love iT!
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I've been a Flyleaf fan since 2005 when their first album came out. The music really spoke to me, and I was able to relate to a lot of their lyrics. It played a big part in my journey to God, and it continues to guide me in my walk with God today.

This album is no exception. As usual, beautiful metaphoric lyrics combined with Lacey's stunning voice makes for a great set for Flyleaf fans. The sound is quite different from their previous albums (I'm used to their music being more minor-key dominated than major-key dominated, if that makes any sense). However, I don't think that makes any difference in the quality of their music.

Flyleaf is one of the few bands that I've actually liked every single song of. Of course, I still have my favorites:

- Great Love - A very powerful song, and my all-time favorite from this album. It seems to depict a beautiful love song exchange between God and His child, as the lyrics suggest (the verses "There I was awaiting death for you, and all I did was love you too" being Jesus on the cross; and the chorus "I am in awe of who You are, and it's Your love I'm living for" being the response of the child).

- New Horizons - Great song, in my opinion. A perfect depiction of the phrase Memento Mori. Time is short, indeed. So let's remember to live.

- Cage On the Ground, Bury Your Heart, and Green Heart - All three of these songs serve as great reminders of what's truly important in life. As Luke 12:21 states, it's not good for us to go after earthly possessions and desires and forget to seek God. I've been learning that one for a long time, and I'll probably be stuck learning it for much longer.

On the topic of Lacey leaving, I understand her motives completely.
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