Steven Curtis Chapman   Declaration
Release Date: 2001

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0.0 Parallels | February 14th 10

The best album Steven Curtis Chapman has to offer. Emotional and to the point, this record induces a heart filled climax of internal turmoil mixed with empathy after the 9/11 attacks. "Bring It On" is one of the most fierce and emotionally intense songs a heavy conservative Christian Radio would dare to play on their station. The album features a plethora of features, from the memorable rocking "Live Out Loud" to the quiet and calming "Savior", this album focuses on the listeners heart and plucks the strings of tears out of a body to show an intense album. a story of a love greater than we all can imagine, to be willing to die so another might live. Its a proclamation of faith, and in its greatest, brokenhearted, personal form.

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4.5 superbmarshal46 | March 7th 11

Great mixture of many different elements...original music in the CCM industry...a rare gem...


3.0 goodSmeg | February 18th 16
3.0 goodjuninja | December 18th 12
3.0 goodJacquelyn | July 24th 11
3.0 goodRtecho | November 4th 10
4.0 excellentguitarnater | June 30th 10
3.0 goodRunandrock | March 28th 08

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