Some Kind of Zombie
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This a great AA CD. I get sucked into this CD the lyrics are wonderful and the music just helps to amplify the wonderful lyrics. It is a CD that you can shout with and sing with and feel great about singing your faith. It is a fun CD with passion and love build in. I just can't say enough good things about his CD. I just feel great each time I pop this CD in...it makes you feel good and raises your spirits. I love every song on this CD none of them are a favorite and non of them do I skip-they are all wonderful! I recommend this CD to any past AA fan and to anyone who likes great music should also own this CD it is a necessity for any music lover!
Some Kind of Zombie is a great CD...it is no different than any other AA CD's as it is just as catchy and hook filled...and it is full out praise music. This CD is wonderful! I would don't think I have disliked an AA CD, but this one is recommended as it is just as good as the others but some of the new CDs outshine the others...AA only keeps outdoing themselves! This is better than Bloom and so forth but the thing of it not one of their CDs is bad or even remotely terrible they are all great; the thing is they only get better! AA is an excellent band!
Chevette: A fun song to start the album w/ a good chorus.(7.5/10)
New Body: A great upbeat rocker that could of fit on Underdog.(8/10)
Some Kind Of Zombie: Best Audio A song ever.(10/10)
Original Species: Decent, but too slow.(6/10)
People Like Me: Fun song.(8.5/10)
Blitz: Great fun rocker.(9/10)
Lighthouse: An Audio A power ballad. Good guitar/chorus mix at end.(9.5/10)
Flicker: Very catchy. (9/10)
God-Shaped Hole: A little slow, but still good. (7.5/10)
Superfriend: Awesome, fast-paced rocker. (9.5/10)
Over all one of Audio Adrenaline's best albums, and well worth the money.
GOD BLESS YA!
These are life-experience songs...Little songs, unimportant on a larger scale, but interesting and helpful. Songs that tell the thoughts, the dreams, the reactions that anyone could have, to what goes on in their lives, around them. These aren't stories of Big Heros, who are so large, powerful, and far away that the listener loses perspective... they are little stories, where the listener is the same size as the hero, and the fantastic exploits are thinks that you can do everyday once your head is in the right place.
I feel that the music is kind of a blend of grunge, garage, pop rock, easy listening -- all put into a blender, set on chop, and the best chunkly bits fished out and fitted together in a agreeable way.
Song about a older car - something a pastor could afford, which puns and ploy points, and the story rising with the music.
Pop-funk-techno song about being free of our bodies.
Song comparing how different it is to have something to believe in surrouned by those who don't... surrounded by zombies.
Dedication to a creative creator from an original species.
How people are different, and how much the same.
Fast paced song about a missions trip to MX.
Dedication to traveling, singing, playing gigs, for what you live and believe in.
About how everyone has a "God shaped hole" that they can fill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this album. Great songs, great music, fantastic witness.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not as good as I had hoped. I love the band just not this album. It seems like it lacks direction. It's really all over the place. The Bloom album us Much better.Published on April 20, 2013 by Fuzzy1
This effort from Audio adrenaline is very nice.My favorites are:Chevette,some kind of zombie,people like me,blitz,lighthouse,flicker,superfriend. Read morePublished on November 4, 2006
This is without a doubt my favorite Audio A album. I remember buying this one the day it hit stores many years ago (wow it seems like yesterday). Read morePublished on October 27, 2006 by DANtheSTYXfan
AA moves forward again with this CD, rocking harder than they had on previous disks. On many of the songs on "Some Kind Of Zombie", the band moves to a more modern rock sound,... Read morePublished on October 19, 2006 by John Murray
I went to see Audio Adrenaline live in concert years ago (probably around 2000) and purchased all of their CDs. Read morePublished on January 3, 2005 by John