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Until We Have Faces
Artist: Red
UPC: 00083061091620
Label: Provident Label Group/Red
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $11.88  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: February 2011
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Track Listing
1 Feed the Machine
2 Best Is Yet to Come
3 Hymn for the Missing
4 Faceless
5 Lie to Me (Denial)
6 Let It Burn
7 Buried Beneath
8 Not Alone
9 Watch You Crawl
10 Outside, The
11 Who We Are
Release Date : 02/01/2011
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Gospel
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 46 minutes 9 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : Personnel: Michael Barnes (vocals, background vocals); Anthony Armstrong (guitar, background vocals); Karen Winkelmann, Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson , David Angell (violin); Bruce Christensen, Elizabeth Lamb, Kristin Wilkinson, Jim Grosjean, Monisa Angell (viola); John Catchings, Anthony LaMarchina, Sarighani Reist (cello); Randy Armstrong (piano, background vocals); Joe Rickard (drums); Kerrie Roberts, Mike Seminari, Mark Holman (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Ben Grosse. Recording information: Little Big Sound, Bellevue, TN; Paragon Studios, Franklin, TN. Photographer: Joseph Anthony Baker. Blending the plaintive, often reflective sound of post-grunge with a metal edge, Red's third album, Until We Have Faces, finds the band making its most polished album yet. Owing a lot to the production-heavy sound of bands like Linkin Park, the album has a slick studio sound that helps a band like Red to really shine. Given the breakout success of their last album, it's clear that Red have spent the two years between 2009's Innocence & Instinct and Until We Have Faces refining their sound rather than trying to reinvent it. While there's always a danger of bands going stale, the gamble seems to have paid off here for them, and the album shows a band whose sound is as sweeping and heavy as it's ever been, making this an album that's sure to please longtime fans and make an easy convert out of anyone looking for some new post-grunge heaviness. ~ Gregory Heaney