Third Day Chronology Volume One
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This important release compiles the cornerstone moments of the first 5 years of Third Day's professional career. From the self-titled "Bus" album and the fan favorite "Conspiracy #5", to the Dove and Grammy award winning "Time" album and the best selling "Offerings" record, Third Day came out swinging in their first five years in the national spotlight. Chronology, Volume One compiles the best and most pivotal moments of this time period in a compelling and meaningful way. All of the music has been digitally remixed and re-mastered. But that is not all, Chronology, Volume One also contains new recordings of the fan favorites "Thief" and "My Hope Is You" as well as never before heard live recordings. In addition, the liner notes contain an incredible collection of rare photographs and a historical narrative pulled from extended band interviews. Chronology, Volume One's CD/DVD combo showcases the first five years of Third Day in a way you will not see or hear anywhere else. In addition to all of Third Day's music videos and Dove Award performances, the DVD features rare, previously-unreleased footage of Mac Powell and Mark Lee performing for local churches, David Carr's first show on drums, and Tai Anderson's first show on bass. Chronology, Volume One's DVD has an additional special feature which allows you to see and hear the band silhouetted against their own video content. The band humorously and ruthlessly comments on their own music, style (or lack of style), and stage presence, but also provides a unique perspective on some meaningful moments in the life of the band.
The Book of Genesis tells us that God created "the evening and the morning" on the third day. It's hard to say when is the best time to listen to this southern Christian rock act's rousing tunes, though morning is likely the best, as their anthemic alt-rock is filled with enough praise and worship to get even the most jaded listener through the day. In their 11-year recording history, the band has built up a loyal fanbase, won Dove and Grammy awards, and spent innumerable miles on the road. On Chronology, Vol. 1, Third Day looks back at the first half of their career with a dual CD/DVD disc with characteristic generosity. A handful of live and rare numbers round out new mixes of hits like "Forever" and "I've Always Loved You," while two of their most-loved early numbers, "My Hope Is You" and "Thief," have been entirely re-recorded. The DVD is the real meat here, with five early music videos, six live performances from the Dove shows, and excerpts from eight handheld videos made by fans, which all show how hard these guys can kick it. This is no paint-by-numbers best-of, but an awesome tribute that will satisfy devoted fans and the newly curious alike. --Mike McGonigal