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Raising Up The Dead

Raising Up The Dead

November 16, 2010
3.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Raising Up the Dead is the newest and highly anticipated release from Caedmon's Call. With career sales exceeding 1 million albums and going on 16 years in the industry, Texas-based band Caedmon's Call has made the leap from independent act to Christian music mainstay. Caedmon's Call has launched sixteen national releases and seven No. 1 radio singles. "This is our most collaborative project ever", says member Derek Webb. "Everyone was involved in the writing process because we wanted to make a record that reflected the idea of community very strongly. It's a big theme on this project." Each of the 12 songs found on Raising Up the Dead were written by the Texas-based band. I've been a long-time fan of Caedmon's Call and have collected every album since their major label self-titled debut in 1997 which spawned "This World," "Bus Driver" and "Hope To Carry On." If you liked that album and the folk-oriented worshipful style, then you need to get Raising Up the Dead.

"Family" was written by Derek Webb and is sung soulfully like the all-time great song "Dance." With Derek having recently departed from his worshipful songwriting style from 40 Acres with such amazing songs as "Thankful," "Somewhere North," and "Faith My Eyes," the minute I heard "Family" I greatly celebrated the return of one of my first loves in Christian music, Derek Webb. Next track, "Miss You" is hauntingly beautiful and is written and sung by Danielle Young, one of the most underrated female vocalists in all of Christian music. "Miss You" and "Come With Me" are both gorgeous ballads and remind me of "Shifting Sand" from 40 Acres and "Piece of Glass" from Long Line Of Leavers. "Time Inside Out" is fantastic, and again features Danielle singing her heart out.
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I've been a huge fan of Caedmon's Call for nearly a decade. They're music was simply superior to any other Christian group out there. In the Company of Angels remains one of my favorite all-time albums of any band.

But I agree with another reviewer that I don't know where this band is going, and it isn't good IMO. The music and lyrics of this album are inferior to past albums. Cliff Young is their best singer, and he's not heard much. And worse, they're heart for worship just isn't there anymore.
Caedmon's Call --- if you read this review --- I love you guys for the great music over the past decade and more. But this albums stinks. Return to whatever you were doing and whoever you were working with, because I'm going to have to listen to the next album closely before I buy it.
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I have always loved Caedmon's Call and I was extremely excited that they were finally releasing a new album. However, I was very disappointed with this new album Raising Up The Dead. I do not like the sound or direction of this album. I guess I will continue to listen to my older Caedmon's CDs and leave this one alone. I am a disappointed long time fan.
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