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The Flame In All Of Us by Thousand Foot Krutch

Cross Rhythms Rating: 7/10
CD: Album
Tags: Rock, CD, Album, Airplay
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Canadian rockers go mainstream with their fourth release.

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  1. 1. The Flame In All Of Us
  2. 2. Falls Apart
  3. 3. New Drug
  4. 4. What Do We Know-
  5. 5. Favorite Disease
  6. 6. My Home
  7. 7. My Own Enemy
  8. 8. Learn To Breathe
  9. 9. Inhuman
  10. 10. Broken Wing
  11. 11. The Safest Place
  12. 12. Wish You Well
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Reviewed by Tom Whitman

The title track of the latest from the Canadian rapcore team kicks off the album with aplomb, the driving bass very much in the foreground. Aggressive passionate anthems provide the focus for their material, with punchy verses and string-laden sing-a-long choruses. Lines like "We are the new tomorrow" help to explain their great popularity amongst America's youth, hope for the future resonating loudly. "New Drug" is very much influenced by Linkin Park, showing that TFK retain some of their earlier nu-metal beginnings, but at the other extreme the ballad "What Do We Know" utilises a children's choir to great effect, but leaves the listener wondering if this can be the same band. Just as I start to wonder whether they can mix the dual sensibilities of pop and hard rock without producing separate songs, they begin to deliver on this front. A dirty basement sounding rhythmic section opens the anthemic "My Home", as singer Josh enters Kurt Cobain vocal territory on the next track. Unfortunately the rest of the album washes over with their generic hard rock sound. Their popularity on the Christian rock scene can be fully understood, yet for me Thousand Foot Krutch are almost too generic to be truly exciting. They play like a band breaking out, but they haven't arrived at brilliance yet.

Style: Rock
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 29621
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Tooth & Nail 094638824725
Items: 1
Release Date: 05 Oct 2007

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