I also grew up as a musician listening to Keith Green, Larry Norman, Randy Stonehill. But Air for Free did not disappoint. I find this album to be a modern version of the group but, even more entertaining. I also find as a band they have made some improvements in their talent over the years. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. The album is set to release sometime in May 2016.
There are a couple of weak tracks mixed in, but even Mmhmm had its flaws. It will brighten up your day for the most part. I know this album is 16 songs, but did it feel kinda short to anyone else? Loving this new album, can't believe I almost missed it. I'm not a big fan of Voice synth. The sound is textured and diverse, perpetually upbeat, even while addressing sometimes dark and difficult subject matter. Has it Leaked is not a download site. And as a fan of the band, it brings me joy and great relief knowing they are still capable of, and interested in, producing great music.
It is a solid, thoroughly Relient K album. Air for Free feels like what the next step for Relient K should have been. It's not easy to find that type of talent these days. Far from the brilliant but sophomoric days of MmmHmm, Air for Free brings weight to the songwriting process. I was a fan of Simon and Garfunkle growing up.
I feel like I blast through it every time I listen in the car where suddenly it's over? The best Relient K album yet. In short, it's not a perfect album, but it is a great, rewarding and endlessly listenable album. There are a few songs that I felt fell a little flat, but the rest of the album makes up for it. It's not too often that I buy a whole album, but I find that most of the songs on this one worth buying it. I was so taken by the album after a few listens that I gave Collapsible Lung another shot just to make sure I didn't miss anything.
The album perfectly encapsulates that unique Relient K style, but it's just different enough to feel fresh. Or the dawn of adulthood? It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc. I was nervous about this release following Collapsible Lung which, with a couple of exceptional tracks, sounds nothing like the Relient K I had loved for so many years. Along the way are other standout tracks such as Bummin, Local Construction, God, and Runnin. Either way, with this albuim the band arrives at a mature voice. The album is strong from track 1 to 16, finishing like most Relient K albums with one of the strongest tracks, Heartache.
On December 4, 2015, Relient K officially announced the title of their 8th studio album, Air For Free. Many fans felt Collapsible Lung was a poor follow-up to the fantastic Forget and Not Slow Down due to the influence of other songwriters and experimentation with new musical styles. . I really believe that you will not be disappointed with this album. . .
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