- Audio CD (July 29, 1997)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Jive
- ASIN: B000000553
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,271 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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If you did research on Plumb then you would know her lyrics are used for healing. Plumb's lyrics center around the subjects that are too taboo to touch on in the church. If you listen with an open mind and a keen ear, you will see she gets the message across that God does forgive, and heals.
In the song "Unforgivable" she is talking about being emotionally and verbally abused and FORGIVING those who have done her wrong. "Nothing's unforgivable" She is practicing forgiveness which is a true Christian value.
No, she is not stating that God loves you and she loves God directly but she is getting the point across. Buy this album, listen to it and have an open mind. Have an open mind for us people out there that are too ashamed and embarrassed to talk about abuse, and pain to our male elders in the church.. and be happy.. be happy someone out there isn't afraid to touch on these subjects for us.
I purchased this CD a few months ago and haven't taken it out of my CD changer yet. Even if you aren't a fan of "christian" bands, this is a CD worth picking up.
The lyrics are definitely deep and thought- provoking, but the music just doesn't sound very good, almost like a Christian version of No Doubt (Think "I'm Just a Girl" and "Spiderweb").
Tiffany Arbuckle has one of the most beautiful voices I have ever heard. Unfortunately, on this CD the instrumentation (which sounds very amateurish)almost drowns out her harmonies completely.
Don't get me wrong. I think Plumb is awesome. I just can't believe how bad this CD sounds compared to their second one. Do yourself a favor and spend your money on Candycoatedwaterdrops. It's a million times better.
"Plumb" essentially is Tiffany Arbuckle paired up with an assortment of players that changes line-ups from the recording studio to the arena. Arbuckle and producer/writer Matt Bronleewe provide the lion's share of creative energy into Plumb. Together, they fuse thought-provoking lyrics with a unique funk/metal rock-sound. While the sound is moody and dark, there is some up-beat energy in a couple of tracks ("Crazy", "Concrete").
I can see where this CD could win some critical acclaim from other artists and music critics, but it did not receive much airplay (at least not in Georgia)..... it is not a pleasant CD to listen to from start to finish, but it is a bold venture into a lesser-traveled venue of rock-n-roll.
I gave this cd five stars because it is very unique, especially for the christian music industry, which had been pretty "blah" up to that point. I also loved this cd because I love to sing, and this cd is very fun to sing along to.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have more recent Plumb which I have enjoyed. This is in their earlier, rawer, less-produced phase. And I like it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark E. Sidney
I got this album for the song "Unforgivable." The song was great, but the other songs were weak or poorly recorded. Read morePublished on May 28, 2014 by micah
This has t o be the worst music I have ever heard on Christian radio. These songs have a strong depressing feel to them. Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by Araceli Olivas
I like her and on rainy days I might actually put her on, but you really have to be in the mood. She is good and talented.Published on September 16, 2013 by Andrea Dejarnett
cds like this are hard to find in local stores but i found it through you all thanks keep up the good workPublished on December 25, 2012 by chris r
Plumb undeservedly do not get the attention they deserve, probably as a result of being labeled Christian-Contemporary. Read morePublished on August 15, 2010 by Darthcasey
The first release of plumb was their best. They answered the call for an aggressive female front band. Then the 2nd release just was so-so. Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by Matthew R. Daniels