The Bottom Line
- Great for the entire family
- More of a "Euro" sound than other Christian pop bands around now
- While the music is great, the vocals are a little low, making it hard to pick out all of the lyrics
- Style: Pop
- 14 songs
- Released: May 2008 on Inpop Records
Guide Review - Article One - 'Colors and Sound'
Lyrically, while I had a bit of trouble understanding some of the lines, what I did get was a bulls-eye. This isn't your standard, generic, pop fare. They go deeper than generic. Take "Never Too Late To Call" for example...
- I'll pray from a distance for the tears that you cry. We've all cut corners, all fallen short, there's lessons to learn from mistakes.
"Love You Tomorrow" is another good one...
- If fires burned through our lives and left us nothing/Took away all we had made and had our hopes in/Whatever comes, if it be joy or sorrow/I promise you that I will love you tomorrow.
This band may not have made a huge splash when they debuted but they're making up for that now. It's as if they've found their groove and they're definitely making it their own.
Article One has a bright future ahead of them as they continue to grow and evolve.