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Plumb

4.1 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sobering (Don't Turn Around)
  2. Who Am I?
  3. Unforgivable
  4. Endure
  5. Willow Tree
  6. Concrete
  7. Crazy
  8. Pennyless
  9. Cure
  10. Sent Angels


Product Details

  • 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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People are griping about this album and how it is not "Christian" enough. I am a Christian, I have grown up in the church and still attend. I have listened to countless sermons and they have never spoke to me as much as Plumb's lyrics have.

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.
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I can't say enough about Plumb. This first CD is actually better than their second release, candycoatedwaterdrops..which is a bit less "addictive".
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.
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I didn't know what this CD was when I bought it, but I'm glad I did. It has a great variety of music. It was put together very well. In fact I like it much better than Plumb's new one-Candycoatedwaterdrops. It is very thought provoking yet fun. Willow Tree is one of my favorite songs because it shares a testimony. It shows you that God can pull you out of the lowest places and give you a new life and a new start.
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Plumb's sophomore effort, Candycoatedwaterdrops, was truly a masterpiece, so I assumed that the group's debut CD would be at least as good. Boy, was I wrong.
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.
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I fell in love with the Plumb song "Send Angels" after hearing it a one of their concerts several years ago. I heard the song again lately, and decided to buy the CD. Let me say that "Send Angels" is by far the best song on the CD. It is absolutely beautiful and energizing. That said, the rest of the CD is a bit disappointing. The music is amateurish and sloppy in several of the songs. However, I like the song "Pennyless;" it's different from the others, which are much harder rock. Plumb is much better in concert than on this CD. However, the CD isn't awful; just don't assume that all the songs are as great as "Send Angels."
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It is hard to label the style of this first effort by "Plumb." I doubt they want be tagged with any stereotypical ID's. This CD basically does not fit in any particular genre.
"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.
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I fell in love with this cd, and Plumb in general, when I was in my teens, so as for the whole teenage girl thing metioned in an earlier review, I can talk about this cd from that perspective. I think what really grabbed me about the music on this cd was that it helped me voice some of the questions and doubts that I was experiencing at that time in my life, such as in "Concrete" when it talks about questioning your beliefs, which everyone does at some point in their lives, and I could relate to the music. I also like the way there is so much emotion in the music, at least in my opinion. I don't think that you need to "hide the razors" when you get this cd for a teenager, rather I feel that the desperation and anguish in the songs helped me through my teenage years by being able to get those feelings out rather than keeping them in and doing something worse because of them. One of my favorite things about Plumb is that they (which later turns into just a she with a band) don't shy away from difficult issues such as alchoholism in "Willow Tree" and suicide in "Pennyless", and this trend is seen just as much or more in her next album "candycoatedwaterdrops." Anyway, my personal favorites were not the songs like "Send Angels" or "Cure" because they were too slow for my tastes and seemed to drag on forever; my favorites were "Concrete", "Crazy", and "Endure", even though I enjoyed the entire cd. There is also an interesting hidden track at the end that you might want to listen to that asks, "Is there life on Pluto?" if you didn't know it was there.

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.
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