Mission Of One | Show Me The Way

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Show Me The Way

by Mission Of One

A mix of 80's metal and biker rock.
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Metal
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1. Run
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2. The Worm Dieth Not
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3. Hell Inside
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4. Show Me The Way
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5. Lies
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6. Role Of Harlots
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7. Going Home
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8. Go
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9. Dark Days
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10. Do We Believe?
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11. Black Widow Woman (Bonus track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Formerly known as Missionary One, Chris Dickens returns with his second helping of a heavy dose of 80's metal and biker rock!

Chris does all of the drums, bass, and rhythm gutar on this CD. Guest musicians include: Mark Howell, Darren Dickens, Bart Garnder, and others...but there is 1 very special guest on this CD.....SCOTT WENZEL OF WHITECROSS!!!! Scott sings on 3 tracks on this CD.

The first track, 'Run, has that classic 80's rock sound to it. crunching guitars, drums that banging away. This is one song that is best played if you are in a hurry to get somewhere - it will give you a lead foot. The lyrics are very openly Christian and very relatable too.

The second track, 'The Worm Dieth Not', has that same 80's vein to it as well.

'Hell Inside' is the first track sung by Scott Wenzel. This song tells the story of a young lady who has a real dysfunctional family. This is based on a real person. Even the young lady involved sings background vocals on it. Great songs, good guitar grooves and drumming.

Overall, this CD has great songs and some great musicians and playing. The lyrics are very faith centered and could rival some of the big name acts as far as content goes.


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Angelic Warlord

Eighties Influenced Hard Rock
Mission Of One is the project of a talented vocalist and guitarist by the name of Chris Dickens. Originally using the moniker of Missionary One on his 2004 full length debut Take Another Swig, Chris changed the name of the project to Mission Of One prior to releasing its very fine 2005 sophomore release Show Me The Way. The album finds Chris continuing to chart the waters of eighties influenced hard rock and biker rock territory, producing a sound inviting a comparison to the likes of Whitecross, Bride, Resurrection Band, Heartcry, Green Sleeves, F.O.G. and Spittin Jonah. The songwriting here proves quite consistent, best reflected in catchy hard rockers such as “Hell Inside” and “Dark Days” in addition to the metal-laced vibe that “Show Me The Way” and “Lies” bring to the table. A measure of versatility, on the other hand, can be found in “Role Of Harlots”, with its heavy blues rock feel, and the classic rock flavorings of “Do We Believe?”. Ultimately, the albums strength resides in its continuity in that it seamlessly flows from one composition to the next while delivering no ballads or “mellow” tracks. In other words, nothing but good, old fashioned and in your face hard rock from front to back. And that is a very good thing.

Chris proves the mastermind behind the project, contributing all its songwriting along with filling in on lead vocals, bass and rhythm guitar. As a vocalist, his gritty and blues soaked vocal delivery helps give the project its signature raw and edgy sound. A guest appearance, however, is made by Scott Wenzel (Whitecross) who lends his raspy vocal style to “Hell Inside”, “Lies” and “Go”. Chris adorns the full length of the album with his tight sounding work on rhythm guitar, while Mark Howell delivers the goods on lead guitar. A particularly talented musician, Mark displays his abundant soloing abilities on “Run”, “Show Me The Way” and “Role Of Harlots”.

avdb11

This really rocks.
The second Mission Of One CD sounds great.
Cool sound, very cool lyrics.
Cool that Scott Wenzel did the vocals on three songs.
Lyrics with a very bold message.

Scott Tidwell

Excellent Album!!
I love this album. It has a bit of a Black Label Society vibe to it. Very straight forward lyrics. This guy pulls no punches. Vert solid album all around.