Silence (2002) -|
"You either love it or hate it - Christian's unique voice coupled with a grungy hard rock that was new to my ears upon my first listen and I fell in love."
The Weak’s End (2004) -|
"Walls," "Fractions," and "The Ponytail Parades" are the three of the best songs of all time. Enough said."
The Question (2005) -|
"A compilation of emotional lyrics at their very finest. You can't help but be drawn into the center of every track as Toby and Devin lead you in their lives."
Fireproof (2002) -|
"This record was in my car stereo for two years straight. An awesome rap/rock listen that was a sweet alternative when Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park came onto the scene."
Thousand Foot Krutch,
Phenomenon (2003) -|
"An album where you have trouble picking a favorite track. You just don't skip songs here."
Collide (2003) -|
"Adding the harder edge to their previous electronica sound blended perfectly on this album which carried lyrics meaningful for almost every person listening. The addition of "Open Wounds" the following year elevated it from a perfect album to a best of all time album."
Backbreakanomics (2003) -|
"Turntables and raw yet honest lyrics from ATL's best. Dust and manCHILD have done it well for many years, but this was a step above the rest."
Holy Culture (2003) -|
"A straightforward message leading people to Christ with four of the best rappers in the game combining their skills onto one amazing album."
Haste The Day,
Pressure the Hinges (2007) -|
"Haste The Day went a little softer and made perfect harmonizing screamo. It has become my favorite sound to listen to."
Songs to Burn Your Bridges By (2004) -|
"Perhaps the best album of all time - Just doesn't get any better than this."
Lonely Superstar (2002) -|
"Playdough is the best lyricist in the game today and this is his best solo work."
Kids in the Way,
Apparitions Of Melody (2005) -|
"Dave's most unique vocals, hard edge guitars, and meaningful lyrics make this album superior to most."
Truthless Heroes (2002) -|
"This album summed up a generation to a tee. The lyrical content, the music, it's all moving and carries depth."
Collaborations (2002) -|
"KJ always brings hilarious lyrics and fun for everyone. He is always sincere in his love for God and brings tears in his emotionally packed storytelling tales. Collaborations just did it all a little bit better than his other work."
Letters to the President (2004) -|
"A complete album of teenage love, fun in the sun, and rebellion (in a good way). Pop punk at its absolute best."
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