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Rivers in the Wasteland

Need To Breathe

Rivers in the Wasteland

Need To Breathe



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Fun music
4 stars By Dee, Dec 03 2015
This is a really cool cd and our whole family loves listening to it in the car while we drive around. It is a fun groovey cd that gets the whole family dancing. 
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Great Deep Southern Christian Rock!
5 stars By SteveB, Oct 29 2014
Carving yet another brilliant album, NTB are turning their train closer in content to their Christian roots on this album with previous releases catering for a secular market this album will particularly warms the scarlet thread. I love it!
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4 stars By Timothy Yap, Apr 13 2014
Though NEEDTOBREATHE has often straddled successfully between the Christian and secular markets, their latest record "Rivers in the Wasteland" finds them traversing closer to their sacred roots.  Though there's still enough material that could act as a pass-partout for both audiences, the album's titular is definitely a derivative from Scripture.  Taken from Isaiah 43:19 where Yahweh promises Israel that He is about to do something new, making rivers out of wastelands, the songs of this new album are anchored upon such a promise.  Instead of opening the record with the standard fare blast of stadium rock fired with gigantic bedashes of guitar riffs, "Wasteland" opens the proceedings on a contemplative note.  "Wasteland" is a raw and roosty endeavor where the banjo takes as much airspace as the guitar.  The tempo picks up with "State I'm In" and "The Heart."  The former is a road house shuffle with a Beach Boys atmospheric sound.  Similarly "The Heart" feels like it could have come out of the Hippie culture of the 60s.  And if our faith is built up by hearing, then we can be ready for a six-packed faith physique if we put a song like "Difference Maker" on repeat.  Nevertheless, what is most satisfying about "Rivers in the Wasteland" is that NEEDTOBREATHE are not afraid to be bold in expressing their belief in God and the truths found in Scripture.
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  • Catalogue Code 401473
  • Product Code 075678676925
  • EAN 0075678676925
  • Tracks 11
  • Department Music
  • Category Pop Rock
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Atlantic
  • Release Date Apr 2014
  • Sales Rank #23718
  • Dimensions 139 x 124 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.049kg

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