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Artist: Skillet
UPC: 00075678958601
Label: Atlantic/Q Records
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $12.10  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: August 2009
Additional Information
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Info: Deluxe Edition
Track Listing
1 Hero
2 Sometimes
3 Never Surrender
4 Lucy
5 Dead Inside
6 Would It Matter
7 Monster [Radio Edit]
8 [Cd-Rom Track]
9 Monster
10 Don't Wake Me
11 Awake and Alive
12 One Day Too Late
13 It's Not Me It's You
14 Should've When You Could've
15 Believe
16 Forgiven
Release Date : 08/25/2009
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Gospel
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 52 minutes 21 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : Personnel: Jen Ledger (vocals, drums); John Cooper , John L. Cooper (vocals); Benjamin Judah Kasica, Ben Kasica (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Jonathan Chu (violin); Korey Cooper (keyboards, programming, keyboard programming); Howard Benson (keyboards). Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Andrew Schubert; Brand Townsend. Recording information: Bay 7 Studios; Sparky Dark, Calabasas, CA; Valley Village, CA. Photographer: David Molnar. The highest-charting Christian album on the Billboard charts since 2006, Awake could be tagged as Skillet's mainstream breakthrough on that fact alone. Certainly, the band's monster modern rock does sound like it could slip onto an active rock playlist -- maybe not quite in 2009, but earlier in the decade, when metallic rockers heavy on the guitar downstrokes and power ballads with chant-along vocals were relatively common. That's not to say that Skillet sound out-of-step with the times -- there's still a gleam to the Howard Benson production that sounds modern -- and they do mange to imprint their own identity on this sometimes generic brand of contemporary rock, thanks to their communal vocals, with male and female voices trading off and skyscraper hooks. Skillet also don't always focus solely on religion, as many of their songs are grounded in inspirational positivity, so that's another reason why Awake finds the band poised to break into the mainstream. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine