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Posted in Easter with tags , , , on March 16, 2010 by superman1224


1. something that cures or relieves a disease or bodily disorder; a healing medicine, application, or treatment.
2. something that corrects or removes an evil of any kind.


3. to cure, relieve, or heal.
4. to restore to the natural or proper condition; put right: to remedy a matter.
5. to counteract or remove: to remedy an evil.

RemedyDavid Crowder* Band

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Here we are
Here we are
The broken and used
Mistreated, abused
Here we areHere you are
Here you are
The beautiful one
Who came like a Son
Here You are

So we lift up our voices
We open our hands
To cling to the love
That we can’t comprehend

Oh, lift up your voices
And lift up your heads
To sing of the love
That has freed us from sin

He is the one
Who has saved us
He is the one
Who embraced us
He is the one who has come
And is coming again
He’s the remedy

Here we are
Here we are
Bandaged and bruised
Awaiting a cure
Here we are

Here You are
Here You are
Our beautiful King
Bringing relief
Here You are with us

So we lift up our voices
And open our hands
Let go of the things
That have kept us from Him

He is the one
Who has saved us
He is the one
Who forgave us
He is the one who has come
And is coming again
He’s the remedy

Oh, I can’t comprehend
I can’t take it all in
Never understand
Such perfect love come
For the broken and beat
For the wounded and weak
Oh, come fall at His feet
He’s the remedy
He’s the remedy

So sing, sing

You are the one
Who has saved us
You are the one
Who forgave us
He is the one who has come
And is coming again
To make it alright
Oh, to make it alright
You’re the remedy
Oh, in us
You’re the remedy

Let us be the remedy
Let us bring the remedy


My Top Ten Best Albums of The Year

Posted in Music, Top Ten, Top Ten Albums of 2007, Top Ten Cds with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 29, 2007 by superman1224

ab.jpg10. Alterbridge – Blackbird

I’ll confess I was a huge Creed fan back when they were big. However I should clarify, I wasn’t as much a Creed fan as I was a Mark Tremonti fan! The dude is awesome. It was hard for me to put these guys in at number 10, but the fact of the matter is they haven’t really changed/grown much from the sound of this record. This was just a continuation from the last record. Of course this is just my opinion and others might disagree and I am open to your comments on the matter.


9. The White Stripes – Icky Thump

Jack White is an excellent guitar player. It doesn’t come any more obvious than his work on You don’t know what Love is. The record as a whole loses me around the middle. It dives into some strange territory, not so much for the White Stripes, but just my musical taste. Still a great record just not all the way through as I expected.

saosin.jpg8. Saosin

Heard these guys for the first time when I went out to LA. These guys put some great melodic material together. Some of the best I’ve heard really, however it seems to all sound the same after a while. That’s not to say it’s not all great, but I like a record to be a little more versatile and dynamic. Still a really good record overall.

link.jpg 7. Linkin Park – Minutes To Midnight

I have to give it to these guys, they realized (before it was too late) that rap rock died a long time ago. I was happy to hear their style change. It was really refreshing. My jaw actually dropped the first time I heard the record. I just couldn’t believe who I was hearing was Linkin Park. Great record. A little political and some of the language is a little more than unnecessary, which might have been what kept it out of the top 5.


6. The Foo Fighters – Echo, Silence, Patients, & Grace.

I love the Foo. Not just because of Nirvana either. Dave Grohl has proven to be one of the greats. My first reaction when I heard that Dave started a band was, Wow this is great but I’m sure it won’t go anywhere. Boy was I wrong. This is a really good record and would probably ended up higher on the list if I had listen to is a little more. That’s the thing about the Foo, they have to marinate. This record isn’t quite ready for the grill.

crowder.jpg5. David Crowder *Band – Remedy

Don’t let the 5 spot fool ya, this is an awesome record. I’ve listened to it many times and love it. The only negative thing I would say about this one is that it feels like a musical snack. I don’t get full from the music. It leaves me wanting more. I would say that this is more of a compliment than a criticism. I just wanted more of this record. It easily could’ve been a 20 track record if it were up to me. Crowder is really ahead of the game. Other Christian artists need to sit up and pay attention to these guys because this is how you reach people. Christian music has a bad habit of being behind the musical times. Crowder is way a head of the game.

life.jpg 4. Lifehouse – Who We Are

The anticipation was huge for this album. I went to Meijer at the stroke of Midnight to get it. I was so pumped. For the most part it didn’t let me down. With the exception of one song, every song was good. Seeing these guys live solidified them in the top five because they are so tight on stage.

riot.jpg3. Paramore – Riot.

Okay, let me just say this, I really don’t like female singers in rock bands. I don’t know why, but as a rule I have shied away from them. So that adds a little more validity to the fact that Paramore is so good that they come in at number 3 with a female singer. These guys are a very solid group. Every song on this cd is a hit. If Avril wanted any cred it the punk world, she should’ve went this rout. Then maybe she wouldn’t be looked at as a poser, or sell out at best, in the punk world.

evans.jpg2. Evans Blue – The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal Of Life Ends

Long album title but these guys are the real deal. I could listen to this CD over and over again. In fact I have. I would say out of all the CDs I have gotten this year I have listen to this one front to back more than any other. I probably listen to it twice a day on average. Shine Your Cadillac is a GREAT GREAT song. Go out and buy this CD you will not be sorry. Also their previous one is really really awesome too.

jimmy.jpg1. Jimmy Eat World – Chase This Light

Probably the best front to back album I have heard in a long long time. That is if you like their style. This is just great pop-rock! Every song has a hook that you won’t forget. This is one of the best driving CDs ever. It just gets you in a good mood. Not a bad song on the album. This is a must own. I really can’t say one bad thing about these guys. Side note, they are outstanding live!

So That’s the list, according to my expert opinion. Keep in mind there might be better albums that have come out this year but this list is based on Albums I own or have heard. Also there is about a month and a half left of Cds out there to be released so this list might get updated.

Top 5 Songs Of The Week

Posted in A Collision, David Crowder Band, Flash Gordon, Foreigner, Music, Queen, Remedy, Worship with tags , , , , , , , on September 28, 2007 by superman1224



This week was a David Crowder week for obvious reasons. Remedy is an awesome CD. No it’s not like A Collision and it’s receiving unnecessary flack for that. Saying you love one Crowder over another is like saying you love one kid over another. An artist can’t keep putting out the same thing trying to re-create the feeling his previous work received. So take a step back and listen the the CD again. You’ll find it’s great stuff.