Skillet (USA)

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Skillet (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 13 Aug 2019, 08:26

Skillet - Rise (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

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Year : 2013 (Deluxe Edition)
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 127 mb


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Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Rise is the eighth studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. It was released on June 25, 2013.The deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks and a DVD entitled Awake & Live DVD. It is the first album to feature guitarist Seth Morrison.The first single off the album, "Sick of It", was released on SoundCloud on April 8, 2013 and was released on iTunes on April 9,and was released to US rock radio on April 23."American Noise" was released to iTunes on April 16 as the first promotional single."Rise" was released as the second promotional single on May 14, 2013.Skillet's fourth single, "Not Gonna Die", was released on USA Today on June 10. It was released on iTunes the following day.On June 21, 2011 John Cooper posted that the band rehearsed new music for the first time and that they were getting ready for a new album, recording a new record in January/February 2012. However, the band was then scheduled to headline the WinterJam Tour.In an Interview on January 26, 2013 In Beaumont TX, John announced that the new album would be titled Rise and would be coming out in May 2013,but was later scheduled for a June 25, 2013 release."Sick of It" was released via the iTunes Store on April 9, 2013.The lead Christian radio single, "American Noise", was released on April 16, 2013.The title track "Rise" was released May 14, 2013.The fourth track from the album "Not Gonna Die" was released on June 11, 2013.The band performed the title track off Rise on the July 11, 2013 airing of Conan.According to Howard Benson, the album was not meant to be a concept album at first, but suggested making it one after reading Pete Townsend's book on Tommy and Quadrophenia. John Cooper was hesitant because the focus on the concept can result in inferior songs. But as the band fine-tuned the songs, a story began to take shape.The album sold 60,000 copies in the US in its first week of release, debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on both the Rock Albums and Christian Albums charts.On July 12, 2016, Rise was certified Gold by the RIAA.

Line Up:

John Cooper – lead vocals, bass guitar, string arrangements, writing and production on "Interludes"
Korey Cooper – rhythm guitar, keyboards, programming, backing vocals, string arrangements, string arrangements on "American Noise", writing and production on "Interludes"
Jen Ledger – drums, vocals
Seth Morrison – lead guitar

Additional musicians:

Jonathan Chu – violin
Tate Olsen – cello
Chris Marvin – backing vocals
Reese Reynolds – "Despair" solo on "Good to Be Alive"
Teresa Reynolds, Kirsten Reed, Tracey Bloom, Michael Freeborn, Kyle Gumm, Nate Moore, Josh Pessin – Chamber Choir on "Good to be Alive"
Beth Meekma, Stacey DeGarmo, Brittany Reuwer, Sarah Towle, Shelly Saksa, Xavier Cooper – cheerleaders and voice narration for "Circus for a Psycho"
Rosalie Marvin, Pietze Duffield, Cath Lalgee, Scotty Rock, Joey Papa – voice narration for "Rise"
Alexandria Cooper – voice narration for "Madness in Me"

Tracklist:

01. Rise
02. Sick of It
03. Good to Be Alive
04. Not Gonna Die
05. Circus for a Psycho
06. American Noise
07. Madness in Me
08. Salvation
09. Fire and Fury
10. My Religion
11. Hard to Find
12. What I Believe
13. Battle Cry (Bonus Track)
14. Everything Goes Black (Bonus Track)
15. Freakshow (Bonus Track)

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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 13 Aug 2019, 14:44

Skillet - Comatose (Deluxe Edition) (2006)

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Year : 2006 (Deluxe Edition)
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 127 mb


Bio:

Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Comatose is the sixth studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. Released on October 3, 2006 by Lava Records, Ardent Records and Atlantic Records,this album continues their previous album's trend of downplaying the keyboard elements that were prominent in previous releases in favor of more orchestral elements and distorted guitars. Comatose was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on November 3, 2009, their first record to do so, and has since gone platinum, selling over 1,000,000 copies as of May 20, 2016.On December 6, 2007, the album also received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. A deluxe edition of Comatose was then released in stores on December 26, 2007 and a live DVD of their headlining tour in support of the record was released in the fall 2008.This is the last album drummer Lori Peters recorded with the band. Comatose has mainly received positive reviews. Allmusic praised its unique mixture of instruments, saying, "When guitar progressions meet piano nuances, special things happen with this band."Jesusfreakhideout.com also gave the album a high rating; "Filled with big songs from beginning to end, Comatose relies on more theatrics to build their sound while delivering substance at the same time."Christianity Today, while mostly giving the album positive remarks, felt that the ballads were a bit too pop-oriented compared to the heavier songs. They also found some of the lyrics to be generic.IGN.com gave the album a mixed review, commenting, "This may play well within that niche market of Christian music, as many of the traditional listeners eschew 'secular' radio. But anyplace else, this album will be ignored by the masses, as it's all been done before in one way or the other.

Line Up:

John L. Cooper – vocals, bass guitar, producer, music and lyrics, additional string arrangements
Korey Cooper – keyboard, guitar, vocals
Lori Peters – drums
Ben Kasica – guitar

Technical personnel:

David Bottrill – mixing on "The Last Night", "Comatose", "Those Nights", "Falling Inside the Black", "Whispers in the Dark", and "Looking for Angels"
Paul Buckmaster – string arrangements, conduction on "Rebirthing" and "Yours to Hold"
Sean Geyer – 2nd assistant engineering
Jeff Gros – photography
Josh Horton – design
Brian Howes – producer, lyrics on "Rebirthing", "The Last Night", "Yours to Hold", "Better Than Drugs", "Comatose", and "The Older I Get", music and lyrics at "Whispers in the Dark", additional guitar, additional vocals
Andy Karp – A&R
Suzie Katayama – contractor
Zachary Kelm – executive producer, management
Chris Lord-Alge – mixing on "Rebirthing", "Yours to Hold", "The Older I Get", and "Say Goodbye"
Gregg Nadel – product management
Mark "Patch" Patchel – drum tech
David Rieley – assistant engineering
Kevin Tully – A&R coordination
Jay Van Poederooyen – Pro-Tools editing
Andy VanDette – mastering at Masterdisk, New York, NY

Tracklist:

01. Rebirthing
02. The last night
03. Yours to hold
04. Better than drugs
05. Comatose
06. The older I get
07. Those nights
08. Falling inside the black
09. Say goodbye
10. Whispers in the dark
11. Looking For Angels
12. Live Free Or Let Me Die (Bonus Track)
13. Rebirthing (acoustic) (Bonus Track)
14. Yours To Hold (acoustic) (Bonus Track)
15. The Older I Get (acoustic) (Bonus Track)
16. Whispers In The Dark (acoustic) (Bonus Track)
17. Say Goodbye (acoustic) (Bonus Track)

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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Aug 2019, 10:08

Skillet - Awake (Deluxe Edition) (2009)

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Year : 2009 (Deluxe Edition)
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 127 mb


Bio:

Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Awake is the seventh studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. It is the follow-up to their Grammy-nominated album Comatose. The album was released August 25, 2009 by Lava Records, Ardent Records and Atlantic Records and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on July 27, 2010, and has since gone double platinum, selling over 2,000,000 copies to date.It was nominated for Top Christian Album at the Billboard Music Awards 2011 and won.This is the last album to feature guitarist Ben Kasica and the first studio release to feature drummer Jen Ledger. The singles "Awake and Alive" and "Hero" are certified Platinum, while "Monster" reached Double-Platinum status. Skillet began recording for the album around October 2008.The band recorded at Bay7 Studios in Los Angeles, California, with Howard Benson as the band's producer.The album contains 12 songs.Lead singer John Cooper wrote more than 40 songs in preparation.He said that there was much pressure while recording the album: "Every time you do a record, there's pressure because you want to outdo the last record. This time it was intensified because the last project was so successful."“We’re living in hard times right now between the news that seems to get crazier every day and all the uncertainty throughout society in general,” says Cooper. “Sometimes it doesn’t seem like there’s hope, and sure you can choose to give up, but why not face it ‘Awake and Alive’? Life is full of challenges, and sometimes when you look deep into yourself, you can feel weighed down by sin and the ‘Monster’ that lives inside us all. But the more you realize your need for Christ, the less you focus on that, and on Him instead. Everything we sing about on this album is something someone can relate to, and if anything, the songs will let you know you are not alone.” According to band members, the album is similar to their 2006 release Comatose, featuring strings and guitars with a harder rock sound than their previous album.John Cooper said that it "sounds like Skillet with some new things people may not expect." On Skillet's website, they describe their musical style as "Classic rock riffs, swirling drums, monstrous hooks, and undeniably catchy choruses... hints of old school progressive rock mixed in with modern alternative flourishes... touches of classical influence as swelling strings intersect with sonic adrenaline rushes.The band finished the first leg of their Awake and Alive Tour in support of Awake, which opened on September 24, 2009 in Fort Wayne, Indiana and encompassing 52 cities between September and December. They were accompanied by The Letter Black, Decyfer Down, and Hawk Nelson on the tour.The band recently finished the second leg of the tour with RED and The Letter Black in April.They also toured with tobyMac and House of Heroes on the Awake Tonight Tour in March and April, and will resume the tour in November and December.Awake was released on August 25, 2009, through Lava/INO Records,and debuted at No. 2 on the national U.S. Billboard 200 chart.It also placed on other Billboard magazine charts as No. 1 on Top Alternative Albums, No. 2 on Top Rock Albums, and No. 1 on the Top Christian Albums listing.The album sold 68,000 copies in its first week, Skillet's best-selling and highest charting opening week to date.In 2009, Awake tied Underoath's Define The Great Line, and Casting Crowns's The Altar and the Door for the highest charting Christian rock album on the Billboard 200, debuting at No. 2.The song "Awake and Alive" also charted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 100 and No. 16 on the Heatseakers charts. It was Skillet's first song to chart on the Hot 100.The song was released to Christian CHR and rock radio in February 2010."Monster" and "Hero" were used on the soundtrack of the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 video game, with "Monster" also being used for 2009's WWE Hell in a Cell PPV and "Hero" being used for the 2009 Tribute to the Troops show and 2010's Royal Rumble pay-per-view.The Cleveland, Ohio AHL hockey team Lake Erie Monsters use "Monster" for their goal song and game-opener,the AHL hockey team Portland Pirates also use "Hero" for their game opener before the team skates onto the ice.

Line Up:

John L. Cooper – lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
Korey Cooper – rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
Jen Ledger – drums, vocals on "Hero" and "Awake and Alive"
Ben Kasica – lead guitar

production:

Howard Benson – producer
Tate Olsen – cello
Jonathan Chu – violin
Mike Plotnikoff – recording engineer
Hatsukazu Inagaki – assistant engineer, Pro Tools
Chris Lord-Alge – mixer
Ted Jensen – mastering engineer

Tracklist:

01. Hero (3:07)
02. Monster (2:58)
03. Don't Wake Me (3:56)
04. Awake And Alive (3:32)
05. One Day Too Late (3:40)
06. It's Not Me It's You (3:25)
07. Should've When You Could've (3:31)
08. Believe (3:51)
09. Forgiven (3:40)
10. Sometimes (3:29)
11. Never Surrender (3:31)
12. Lucy (3:43)
13. Dead Inside (2:57) (Bonus Track)
14. Would It Matter (4:13) (Bonus Track)
15. Monster (Radio Edit) (2:58) (Bonus Track)

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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 19 Aug 2019, 08:50

Skillet - Invincible (2000)

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Year : 2000
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 127 mb


Bio:

Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Invincible is the third studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. It was released in 2000 from ForeFront Records and Ardent Records. This album continues the electronic rock that was heard on their previous release but marks the exit of original guitarist, Ken Steorts, and the entrance of his replacement, Kevin Haaland on guitar, as well as John Cooper's wife Korey on keyboards, loops, sampling and programming. There was a music video made for the song "Best Kept Secret". It was the first video by the band to have a story of some kind in it, though the story is very brief. Some of the video shows the band in the story portion in futuristic clothing, while the rest of it shows them playing in a room in similar clothing. The story portion shows the band entering a hallway, which they walk along until they come to a massive room where prisoners are being held in glass cells. All of the prisoners appear to be asleep, with gas masks over their faces. Each band member takes a pipe, at which point all of the prisoners wake up, and the band then smashes the glass of the cells. All of the prisoners fall out of the cells and onto the floor. The band helps them all up as they remove their masks. After freeing the prisoners, the band exits the way they came in.The final track, "You're In My Brain", contains a hidden song called "Angels Fall Down".

Line Up:

John L. Cooper – vocals, bass guitar
Korey Cooper – keyboards, loops, sampling, programming, guitars, backing vocals
Kevin Haaland – guitar
Trey McClurklin – drums

Tracklist:

01. Best Kept Secret
02. You Take My Rights Away
03. Invincible
04. Rest
05. Come On To The Future
06. You're Powerful
07. I Trust You
08. Each Other
09. The Fire Breathes
10. Say It Loud
11. The One
12. You're In My Brain

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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 20 Aug 2019, 09:48

Skillet - Collide (2003) (Lava Records Reissue 2004)

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Year : 2003 (Lava Records Reissue 2004)
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 127 mb


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Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Collide is the fifth full-length album by Christian rock band Skillet. It was originally released on November 18, 2003 under Ardent Records.The album was re-released through Lava Records on May 25, 2004 with the bonus track "Open Wounds".The album peaked at No. 179 on the Billboard 200 and No. 5 on the Top Heatseekers. The album artwork is, according to John Cooper, faith and fear colliding. This is also Skillet's first full album to feature Ben Kasica on lead guitar. A video was made for the song "Savior". The music video shows the band playing in both a house and at a park at night. It became only the second Skillet video to have a story in the video, after "Best Kept Secret", though the story in the "Savior" video is more heavily featured. The video shows an abusive father mistreating his children in the house, and the subsequent escape of the children from their father. They make their way into the park, while the location of the band playing switches from one to the other. The video ends with the children being safe in their mother's arms. Lead singer and bassist, John Cooper, has said that 'Savior' is a song written mostly about his childhood. Although he was not physically abused by his father, he had a very destructive emotional relationship with him.

Line Up:

John L. Cooper – lead vocals, bass guitar
Korey Cooper – keyboards, piano, drum programming, sampling, string arrangements, backing vocals
Ben Kasica – guitar, backing vocals
Lori Peters – drums, backing vocals

Technical:

Paul Ebersold - producer (all tracks except "Fingernails" and "Open Wounds"), engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds"), additional string arrangements
John L. Cooper - producer ("Fingernails")
Kevin Kadish - producer ("Open Wounds")
Curry Weber - engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds")
Matt Martone - engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds")
Skidd Mills - engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds"), mixing
John Goodmanson - engineer ("Open Wounds")
Scott Hardin - assistant engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds")
Ryan Wiley - assistant engineer (all tracks except "Open Wounds")
Scott Hull - mastering

Tracklist:

01. Forsaken (4:12)
02. Savior (4:33)
03. Open Wounds (3:15) (Bonus Track)
04. A Little More (4:49)
05. My Obsession (5:00)
06. Collide (5:38)
07. Fingernails (5:06)
08. Imperfection (4:06)
09. Under My Skin (4:05)
10. Energy (3:56)
11. Cycle Down (4:00)

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Re: Skillet (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 21 Aug 2019, 10:19

Skillet - Alien Youth (2001)

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Year : 2001
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 127 mb


Bio:

Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Alien Youth is the fourth album released by the Christian rock band Skillet. Developing their sound into hard-hitting industrial rock, it was released August 28, 2001 through Ardent Records.This was the first Skillet album to include guitarist Ben Kasica, replacing Kevin Haaland. Kasica joined Skillet late in the recording process for the album, only recording guitars on "Earth Invasion". It peaked at No. 141 on the Billboard 200 and No. 16 on The Australian Christian Albums Chart.The video for "Alien Youth" features the band in a futuristic city, wearing futuristic clothes much like those seen in the "Best Kept Secret" video. The opening shot is something coming down to earth. It then cuts to the futuristic city, circling around a tower with large screens at the top that display the album cover. The band is mostly shown playing in the middle of the city, with various shots of the individual band members being shown on large television screens. The video was shot on a green screen.

Line Up:

John Cooper – vocals, bass, sampling, programming
Korey Cooper – keyboards, backing vocals, sampling, programming
Lori Peters – drums
Kevin Haaland – guitars (all songs except "Earth Invasion")
Ben Kasica – guitars ("Earth Invasion")

Technical:

John L. Cooper - producer
Skidd Mills - co-producer ("Earth Invasion"), engineer ("Earth Invasion"), mixing ("Earth Invasion", "Vapor", "Eating Me Away", "Kill Me, Heal Me")
Pete Matthews - engineer (all songs except "Earth invasion"), mixing (all songs except "Earth Invasion", "Vapor", "Eating Me Away", "Kill Me, Heal Me")
Josh Horton - assistant engineer
Jonathan Steitz - additional engineering, Pro Tools operator
Scott Hull - mastering

Tracklist:

01. Alien Youth
02. Vapor
03. Earth Invasion
04. You Are My Hope
05. Eating Me Away
06. Kill Me, Heal Me
07. The Thirst Is Taking Over
08. One Real Thing
09. Stronger
10. Rippin' Me Off
11. Will You Be There (Falling Down)
12. Come My Way

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Re: Skillet (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 22 Aug 2019, 08:53

Skillet - Hey You I Love Your Soul (1998)

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Year : 1998
Style : Hard Rock , Alternative Rock , Christian Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 127 mb


Bio:

Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel. The news that Skillet had sold more than a million albums in the U.S. came as a shock to all but the band’s wildly diverse horde of fans, male and female, young and old—known as Panheads—whose still-swelling ranks now officially number in the seven-digit range. This remarkable achievement was announced just as Skillet was putting the finishing touches on their eagerly awaited follow-up album, Rise (Atlantic/Word).Unwilling to stand pat or rest on their laurels, the band—lead vocalist/bassist John Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist Korey Cooper (John’s wife), drummer/duet partner Jen Ledger and lead guitarist Seth Morrison, making his first appearance on record with Skillet—continue to explore new terrain on Rise, expertly produced by Howard Benson, who previously helmed the mega-successful Awake. Eager for new challenges, Cooper threw himself into collaborative songwriting to a far greater degree than ever before, co-writing the uplifting title song and the lacerating first single “Sick of it” with Scott Stevens, founder/leader of the L.A.-based Exies, while teaming with Nashville songsmiths Tom Douglas and Zac Maloy on the timely and anthemic “American Noise,” which Cooper considers to be the strongest song Skillet has yet recorded. On “American Noise” and the joyous “Good to Be Alive,” the band explores new stylistic territory, bringing an element of heartland rock into their aggressive, theatrical approach. The band expanded their musical palette, integrating natural, acoustic instruments like accordion, mandolin, dulcimer, harp, tympani and bells to their trademark slashing electric guitars, strings, churning synths and pummeling drums.It isn’t just the songs themselves that make Rise so gripping, it’s also the song sequences—like the radical contrast between the almost unbearable tension of “Sick of It” suddenly giving way to the ecstatic release of “Good to Be Alive,” or the way the closing three-song progression of “My Religion,” “Hard to Find” and “What I Believe” builds to a thrilling musical, thematic and emotional crescendo. Clearly, these songs and the album as a whole are embedded with an impassioned overarching message. This message courses with a tidal pull through Skillet’s entire body of work, but on Rise, it’s artfully woven into a gripping coming-of-age narrative. This sprawling work stands as the band’s first concept album—though it wasn’t premeditated.

Album:

Hey You, I Love Your Soul is the second studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. It was released in 1998 as an enhanced CD from ForeFront Records and Ardent Records. All tracks written by John L. Cooper, except where noted.A music video was made for the song "More Faithful". It features the band playing in a room with lights all about, with various shots of the sky cut in to show the theme of the song. An example is the line, "You have been more faithful than the morning sun." This is the only video that shows John playing piano, and the last video before his wife Korey joined on piano.

Line Up:

John L. Cooper – vocals, bass guitar, piano
Trey McClurkin – drums, backing vocals
Ken Steorts – guitar, backing vocals, guitar synth

Tracklist:

01. Hey You, I Love Your Soul
02. Deeper
03. Locked in a Cage
04. Your Love (Keeps Me Alive)
05. More Faithful
06. Pour
07. Suspended In You
08. Take
09. Coming Down
10. Whirlwind
11. Dive Over In
12. Scarecrow

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