Never Take Friendship Personal
 : Never Take Friendship Personal

by: Anberlin

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Emm/Tooth & Nail
EAN: 0724386660701
Format: Enhanced
Item Dimensions: 4550022575
Label: Tooth & Nail
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Tooth & Nail
MPN: TND66607
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Tooth & Nail
Release Date: February 01, 2005
Studio: Tooth & Nail

Disc 1:
  1. Never Take Friendship Personal
  2. Paper Thin Hymn
  3. Stationary
  4. Symphony Of Blasé'
  5. Day Late Friend
  6. Runaways
  7. Time & Confussion
  8. The Feel Good Drag
  9. Audrey, Start the Revolution
  10. A Heavy Hearted Work of Staggering Genius
  11. Dance, Dance Christa Paffgen
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Anberlin ~ Never Take Friendship Personal
There's only one word that comes immediately to mind when describing Anberlin's Never Take Friendship Personal release. The word? Amazing. This is one of those truly remarkable releases that is so refreshing, so defining, and so well done, you will feel a need to let every know about it. Much like Switchfoot's The Beautiful Letdown and D.C. Talk's Jesus Freak, Anberlin's second release captures the musical styles of the day but recasts them in a unique and exciting way. Much credit up front should go to producer Aaron Sprinkle, who never lets the music overshadow Steven Christian's emotive alto vocals. Joseph Milligan's guitar work is nothing short of phenomenal and propels such blistering tracks like "Paperthin Hymn," "Runaways," and "Feel Good Drag." Let's not forget the rock-steady rhythm from drummer Nathan Young and bassist Deon Rexroat that continually lays down a concrete foundation. Also worthy of note is the intelligent songwriting that prevails throughout the release, showing that Christian-based bands don't always check their brains at the studio door. Moody at times, exhilarating at others, this is a giant leap forward for a relative newcomer in Christian music. It's also a release worthy of widespread acclaim and a breath of fresh air in a genre that is sadly growing all too predictable. --Michael Lyttle

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