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Southern Rock Revival

by The Gibsons

The Gibsons new album, "Southern Rock Revival" contains powerful southern rock n' roll anthems that elicit a sense of freedom and go where most Christians fear to tread.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Rich Man
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2. Luke 16
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3. Face in the Wind
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4. Holy Fire
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5. Burn or Fly
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6. Heaven's Saint
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7. The Cure
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8. Perilous Times
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Album Notes
1. Rich Man (3:50) A rockin’ anthem that exposes America‘s greedy lawmakers and corrupt government.
2. Luke 16 (4:12) The visual imagery created in this song vividly captures the biblical story of the rich man in Hell.
3. Face in the Wind (3:58) a song for the hardcore biker with, his kickstand up and his face in the wind.
4. Holy Fire (3:45) "God judge them, one and all;" An intense anthem that exposes common day perversions.
5. Burn or Fly (3:10) Heaven or hell, what’s it going to be?
6. Heaven’s Saint (5:18) "Rev up them Harleys boys, make some noise, you’re a Heaven’s Saint"
7. The Cure (7:37) "Life is short, death is sure, sin the cause, the Lamb the cure"
8. Perilous Times (3:42) A portrayal of America's current state


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