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The Good Times
Cathedral Of Sound
Frontline & Friends Christmas Sampler
Quick and the Dead
Mind Like A Man, Soul Like A Child
Terra Terra Terra
Hello from the Children of Planet Earth
Hundred Year Storm
Romantic Hits of Raj Mahajan
Audio/Visual is a greatest hits compilation released by Christian rock band Bleach. It was released in October 2005 by Tooth & Nail Records and includes two new songs, "Good to be Alive" and "Must Be Divine". Bleach's final show, performed on August 29, 2004 in Nashville, Tennessee, is included on a bonus DVD.
The Lonely Hearts
The Love Of Life
Fresh Punjabi Hits 2015
Bar de Lune Presents Bollywoods Journeys
Some Kind of Cosmonaut
The Skies Revolt
The Right Amount
Kaleidoscope Superior is the major label debut by Earthsuit. The album features updated versions of select songs from the band's two independent releases, as well as other new songs. "One Time" was the first single serviced to radio from the album. A music video was also shot for "One Time" and could be seen on Christian television networks as well as late night rotations on MTV2.
The Balancing Act
Cool Hand Luke
The Balancing Act is a compilation album by indie rock band Cool Hand Luke. It contains songs previously released on the band's albums, EP, and vinyl, plus three new songs. It was released in 2007 on Floodgate Records.
EDM Bass Energy for Jumping Fitness
The Definitive Collection
Aradhna Live in Concert
The Beauty of Innocence Remains
The Evan Anthem
The Truth About Man
And We Drive
Side Walk Slam
...And We Drive is the fifth and final recorded work by Side Walk Slam, released on September 16 by Tooth & Nail Records.
The Best Worst-Case Scenario
The Best Worst-Case Scenario is the first album released by Tooth & Nail Records alternative rock band Fair, which features notable musician and record producer Aaron Sprinkle. The album was released on June 6, 2006.
In 2007, the album artwork, designed by Invisible Creature was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Recording Packaging.
The Art And Craft Of Popular Music
The Dying Art Of Life
The Frozen Ocean
Aap Kaa Surroor - Unplugged
one point oh! the re:think collection
Sexy Mama & Rock Tha Party
The Chess Hotel
The Chess Hotel is the third full-length album from American rock band The Elms. The album was released May 2, 2006, on Universal South Records.
The album was co-produced by The Elms and David Bianco and marked a stylistic shift in the band's sound towards a heavier, sparse blues-infused sound. Reviews of the album were favorable, and critics likened the album's sound to The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, and The White Stripes.
Olivia the Band
Olivia the Band
From Paradise to Parking Lots
Shadow Weaver is the 14th studio album by Christian alternative rock band The Choir, released on April 9, 2014. This album was funded by the band's Kickstarter campaign launched in late 2013 which also generated the band's first Christmas release Peace, Love & Light.
You Know Who You Are
Farewell To The Familiar
Slow Coming Day
Heaven Come Down
Devi Sri Prasad
Only Visiting This Planet
Only Visiting This Planet is a Christian rock album recorded by Larry Norman in 1972. The album was selected as the second-best album in CCM Magazine's The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music. In April 2014 the album was announced as one of 25 sound recordings inducted for 2013 into the Library of Congress National Recording Registry, that preserves as "cultural, artistic and/or historical treasures, representing the richness and diversity of the American soundscape", making it the first Christian rock album chosen for the registry.
Sleep For Sleepers
Journey Into The Morn
Journey Into The Morn is a progressive rock album by Iona. Released in 1996. It was their first studio album since Beyond These Shores in 1993.
Recordings were based in the north of England again The Soundfield, Derbyshire with audio engineer Neil Costello, with some additional recording at Perfect Sounds, Thornton, Nr. Bradford.
Free To Conquer
Who Can Know It?
Who Can Know It? is the ninth studio album by American rock band Showbread. The album was released on November 16, 2010 through non-profit record label Come&Live!. Who Can Know It? was produced by Sylvia Massy, who had previously produced Showbread's albums No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical, Age of Reptiles and The Fear of God. This is the band's first album to be funded completely by fans and released as a free download.
Hello is the first non-independent studio album from American Christian rock band After Edmund. It was released on February 26, 2008 through Slanted Records. Four radio singles were released off the album: "Thank God", "Like a Dream", "Fighting For Your Heart" and "Clouds". The album was nominated at the 51st Grammy Awards of 2009 for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album.
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