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Jars Of Clay

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Liquid
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Sinking
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Love Song For A Savior
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Like A Child
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Art In Me
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He
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Boy On A String
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Flood
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Worlds Apart
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Blind
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 42:13

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Still makes me move

tanstune

I bought this album when it came out in '95. It lived in my CD player until I lost it somewhere along the way. I downloaded it for Blind, and remember why I liked it so much. There are still songs on this album that get airplay in Toledo (Love Song for a Savior, mostly). This album was hailed as a turning point for Christian music, and while I didn't see it that way at the time, I'd agree now. There was nothing like it then, and I think it still holds some magic that hasn't been duplicated, even by Jars of Clay. I heard 'Art in Me' and appreciated it in a way I was incapable of doing back in '95. Worth every credit.

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They Say All Music Guide

Jars of Clay manage to put a bit of spirit into their rock & roll. But the spirit isn’t one of deceased loved ones or demons, but of religious enlightenment. This album revolves around the band’s Christian beliefs, but never comes off as preachy or judgmental. It includes the hit “Flood” and also covers such topics as child abuse and the manipulation of modern man. Produced with the help of Adrian Belew, this album shines. – James Chrispell