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The Road Less Traveled CD

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Editorial Reviews

Second album release by the popular Midwest music group which made Sputnik Music's number 5 on the Metalcore Bible: Part One.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Congruent
  2. Purify
  3. Slip
  4. Narrow [Instrumental]
  5. More in Sorrow...
  6. Steadfast
  7. Meaningless
  8. Broken Tree
  9. Quick Time


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 6, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: REX
  • ASIN: B00006AWF3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #319,880 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Kerry Ledbetter on December 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I have no idea what my title means.
This album was literally the soundtrack to my life turning around as cheesy as that sounds. I cant remember why I even bought the album - I hadnt even heard it. But Im glad I did as this has become my favorite hardcore album by far and the most personally important album I own. I was in the darkest, most confused spiritual place at the time. I just felt cold and dead inside, but I didnt want to. Musically, this album really got to me. It sounded like I felt, but it was also defiant and strong. They refused to give up until they found the answers and turned things around. Lyrically, I couldnt believe that they were talking about my life in such depth. How hate causes you to become just like the person you hate. How you have to stand strong and keep searching even when it hurts. How you can heal from your past. Normally I dont even care about lyrics because most are cheesy and cliched (especially in 'Christian' music), but this was different. Even the music was talking to me where I was at, the lyrics just drove it home. Believe it or not, Ive actually had to buy two copies of this album because I wore out the first one. I think everyone should own this album... if for no other reason than to encourage them to do a reunion show. I would kill to see them live. Id kill for a t-shirt too.
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There are only a few christian metal/punk/hardcore bands that I sincerely wish hadn't moved on to other projects. Six Feet Deep is one of those bands for me. For whatever reason, no matter how much time has passed, I manage to find my way back to these guys. I can't say "you'll love it", but I do.
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As the first hardcore album I ever heard,I am a bit biased but...this album to me is phenomenal, and possesses a certain good vibe to me that much of modern so called "metalcore" lacks.(Along with focused,overcome,focal point,NIV and all the other early tooth and nail christianesque stuff)I would even dare to say that it has a somewhat Pantera feel to it,minus the whole southern thing the vocals are somewhat similar to Phil Anselmo's.(sp?)brutal tough guy yelling bit.I would highly recommend this as well as other six feet albums.Great band...too bad they are now an emo band called Brandston...oh well.
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six feet deep is one of the most powerful hard core bands to have ever existed, who never really got the attention that they deserved. the vocal and musical styles are great and very listenable. this is hard hitting music that flows smoothly with an underlying christian message. two stand-out tracks are "purify" which displays excellent musical ability, and "broken tree," which is a haunting ballad. this is extremely hard, heavy music...you wont soon forget, or be disappointed by this cd.
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This is the band that got me listening to the hardcore/metal genre. The raw energy and emotions in the music and lyrics were a driving factor in my highschool years. Now, over 10 years later, I still find myself quoting their lyrics and being inspired. I just ordered a new copy because my original one has been lost during one of my many moves...
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This album is awesome. Very much like a Christian Pantera. Without the crazy solos. Awesome lyrics. I love the songs Apathetic, Broken Tree, Purify, and the instrumental narrow. I am so glad there is a band like this in Christian Music. If you like these guys buy P.O.D., and living sacrifice.
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I bought this CD back in 1997 when it first came out, and I loved it! But the Christian music industry, just sometimes isn't as appealing to bands as todays "MTV" industry. They have since broken up and started a new band called Brandtson, which is an emotive rock band (sad....).
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