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Jeff Deyo ~ Saturate

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Jeff Deyo's first solo release, Saturate, clarifies why SonicFlood struggled with its first post-Deyo release, Resonate: Deyo left. On Saturate, the former SonicFlood frontman has captured the energy and essence that helped make his former group such a force in modern praise and worship. Simply put, Deyo knows how to rock. He infuses enough electricity in "More Love, More Power," for example, to light Manhattan for a weekend. Midtempo rockers "Let It Flow" and "Lose Myself" are balanced by the pensive "All I Want" and the atmospheric "Thank You for Life." And much like SonicFlood, Deyo splices music tracks with his personal thoughts on the nature of today's worship. Any Christian rock fan will appreciate and be moved by this holy roller. --Michael Lyttle
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 26, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gotee Records
  • ASIN: B0000636BR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,875 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on March 27, 2002
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WOW, where do I start? Rick Heil is a great lead worshipper live, but his effort fell far short of what the follow-up to SONICFLOOd should have been. Saturate doesn't. Let's face it, Jeff Deyo was, and always will be the voice behind SONICFLOOd, and let me assure you that this title is the follow up us SONICFLOOd loyalists never got.
In Deyo fashion, we start the CD off with a prayer over this project and those who hear it with the intro to "More Love, More Power" playing in the background. Than it is on to the coolest version of this song I have ever heard. This remake of Jude del Hierro's classic is a classic in it's own. In the background we also have D.C. Talk's very own rhyme-master Toby Mac.
From there we go to one of 9 new Deyo origionals titled "Let It Flow." I believe this song is the first radio single, and will be an instant hit. Like many of Deyo's songs, it provides the soft-to-loud formula that is so popular these days. Comes with a refreshing bridge/lead lick that breaks it up a little bit. A great worship tune that rocks.
"Lose Myself" has a great mix of influece as well. The song starts off with an instrumental of the chorus. Musically the verse is really "Incubus-ish." The bridge provides a great build to the U2-like drum beat chorus. Then breaks down to vocals and a light acoustic guitar which creates a nice build up back into the powerful chorus.
Next we have "This Is My Desire (I Will Give You My Heart)" re-recorded in much the same way SONICFLOOd origionally re-did "In the Secret" on the first album. Starts off really pop-like with the doo-doo-doo's, but turns into a very cool worship tune capable of being a staple at contemporary worship services all across the nation.
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And thats what Jeff Deyo has done for me everytime I have listened to this CD: led me into a deeper place, into the presence of our great Lord.
This is THE single most inspirational and deep worship album I have ever owned, I love third day, delerious, matt redmon, and mercyme, but this is it. No matter what mood I am in, no matter how hard my day, when I worship along with these songs I am renewed.
From begining to end this album just feels complete. It starts out strong in "More Love, More Power," progressively getting slower and more soulful till it hits 2 beautiful and meditative instrumentals flanking "You are good," then finishes strong with an ode to a classic, and a duet with rebecca st. james (who you really cant hear thet well, which is interesting).
As far as the prayers that one reviewer critisized, I have another way of looking at it. These allowed me to see Mr. Deyo not as a rock star, or celebrity, but as a fellow believer, using his talents to further the Kingdom. It gave me a view of him not as someone seeking fame and fortune, but as a man humbly offering his gifts to God. That is my take, and It added to the CD so much.
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I feared that Jeff Deyo, without the rest of Sonic Flood to back him up, would not be very good. I WAS WAY OFF. All of the songs on this album are filled with such a Heart of Worship. You can really tell that Deyo completely put this album in God's hands. Not one song on here doesn't rock out to Jesus. Along with amazing worship, this music is great musically. Rocking gutiar in "Many Crowns", fun beats in "Let it Flow", it has it all.
This CD is also a great outreach. Several non-Christian friends have bought this CD solely for musical reasons. AND THEN COME TO CHRIST THROUGH IT!! I cannot say enough praise for this CD. Deyo did an amazing job...
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After a huge disappointment from the last SonicFlood cd, I had high hopes from this release from the voice of the SonicFlood we all knew and loved. I was not disappointed in the least. "More Love More Power" is the first full-length song on the cd and it alone is worth the price of the whole thing! I have never heard the song done this way before, and it completely rocks! There are several other great songs on the cd (including a great one with Rebecca St. James), but my favorite is a 3-parter called "You Are Good". You have honestly not heard a song like this on a worship cd before. It starts with an orchestral movement, goes to a reverent acoustic portion during the singing, and closes with another sweeping orchestral movement. Honestly, give yourself time to completely enjoy this song in it's entirety, and then go for it. You'll be blown away! Truthfully, it is the kind of song I had expected to hear from Michael W. Smith's worship cd, as it has the feel of something he would do musically for the most part. All in all, this is a fabulous cd and should have been the follow up to SonicPraise rather than the weak "Resonate" we got. I think this truly shows the talent God has given Jeff, and I look forward to his next cd! Great work, Jeff! Keep worshiping!
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This is the record sonicflood fans wanted..every since sonicpraise..we wanted this..but then of course Jeff left, and sonicflood was left former bassist Rick to lead the group. Not that rick didnt do a good job (...) rocking on stage, but RESONATe, goodness, i can honestly say it was terrible. But on to SATURATE, about last November right after my first SONICFLOOd concert, i heard that JEFF DEYO had gotten a band together wasn was releasing "Saturate: Prayers of Worship" as his first solo cd, and from that point on, i greatly looked forward to it, and the music it would bring, and when this album came out, i was NOT DISAPOINTED!
1. Opening Prayer) Nice way to start things out, gets you pumped up with whats to come..makes you remember sonicflood.
2. More Love, More Power) WOW! With the help of tobyMAC of the huge band DC talk, (and owner of jeff's label) Jeff, Rob, Jeremy and Nate rock out on this first music track of the cd, spicing this old song up, and causing you to wanna be in some huge mosh pit screaming..ROCK ON!
3. Let It Flow) This was the first song that i heard off the album, and supposed first single..One of if not THE best track off the cd..totally different this sonicflood, but same at the same time.
4. Lose Myself) I don't know why this song wasn't called Saturate because the chorus starts out "SATURATE my life, fill every part of me with you.." Another up tempo rockin song, good
5. I Give You My Heart) This song reminds of the first sonicflood album alot, and is a pleasent memoir.. you can tell that some of these were written for the original sonicflood album because you can hear them on the orignal cd, they would fit so nicely.
6. All I Want) This is featuring Nicol Smith and allthough good, it is one of the weakest songs on the album..
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