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4 Stars Out Of 5
August 10, 2010
I LOVED how they included a hym in this album! It's my favorite song from it. I love most of the album, but I thought some songs needed a bit of improvement. I didn't really see the point to "Ode to Lord Stanley", and I couldn't figure out what he was talking about a girl or God in "Lest We Forget". I also don't see what the message is in "Never Enough", but alll in all, it's a pretty good album and I definutly recomend it! My favorites are "Live Life Loud", "Alive", "Shaken", "'Tis So Sweet", and "The Final Toast".
awesome album!!! love how they sing more about God in this one then the others. i love all of their albums. i love the cover of this album cuz Jason's dog Murphy is just sooo cute! I love all the songs! Especially "Eggshells" cuz it has TobyMac in it. I LOVE HAWK NELSON!!!
i love this c.d.! it's different from the other 3 but it's really good. they didn't cut back on the christian lyrics and the're really good. the music is good too, and i love jason's voice. i thought it couldn't get any better after the third c.d. but this is awesome! there isn't a song that i don't like.
I just finished looking at another website where the reviewers were raving over this release, so I'm in the minority here. Let me state that I loved Hawk Nelson's 1st 3 albums. I was excited when I finally got to see them live this summer. While I'm older than their intended target group, I enjoyed the upbeat pop/rock/punk nature of their music and some of their ballads were poigniant and even beautiful. So, when I listened to Live Life Loud, I was shocked and disappointed. Sure, the title track is everything you'd expect from them. But most of the album was just, blah. Where is the energy, where is the innovation. Most of the songs are middling poppy dullness. These songs certainly won't be interesting to listen to in concert and at times I was bored listening to the album. I can only hope this is just a one album blunder. If not, pretty soon they'll sound as dull as Michael W. Smith.