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Customer Reviews for Capitol Christian Music Group Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]

Capitol Christian Music Group Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]

David Crowder Band is back on the scene with a brand new twist, delivering a recording like no other. Following their best selling releases, Illuminate, and The Lime CD, David Crowder Band returns showcasing their pulsing melodic rock energy and infectious acoustic style on their first remix project. Highlighting their introspective lyrical depth and creativity, this release offers never before released remixed versions of radio hits and concert favorites including "Open Skies", "O Praise Him (All This For A King)", and more.
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Customer Reviews for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Review 1 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 13, 2007
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Jeremiah Rivera
Even though the remix versions of the songs aren't as good as the originals, this album is very fun to listen to. The songs are basically "techno-ized" and bring a new twist to David Crowder* Band's music. Some people may not like this album, but I do.
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Review 2 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:July 27, 2007
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Courtney
This is such a fun album! If you enjoyed Illuminate you will love this album. Although it may take one or more listenings, I can guarantee it will become a favorite. With the same lyrics and creativity as Illuminate but with a completely different beat, you can't help but listen to this quirky set of songs again and again. Sunsets & Sushi will get you groovin.
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Review 3 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 28, 2005
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Anonymous
I like this album alot. I thought it showed Honor to God and it also has excellent clean lyrics.
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Review 4 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Date:July 22, 2005
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J
This is what I would call a crusty CD, the songs were annoying, DCB is still good though, but this CD is crust.
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Review 5 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Date:February 24, 2005
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Emily
I was expecting more. Like the guy before me said, it was like listening to the Illuminate CD with thumping tunes in the background. But none the less, I still enjoy DCB.
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Review 6 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Date:February 18, 2005
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Greg Walker
Somewhat dull. Just "another" remix cd. The beats are harder and the atmospheric effects are put in, but it sounds just like any other techno cd. There are little, if any, recognizable turntable effects which is disappointing as DCB sometimes incorporates them into their other cd's. Overall it's not worth the $, enjoy the original versions, DCB still rocks though.
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Review 7 for Sunsets & Sushi, Compact Disc [CD]
Overall Rating: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Date:February 17, 2005
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Greg Walker
I'm disappointed in this CD. The remixes are decent but not spectacular. Usually with a remix you get a longer version, but these are about the same in length. Basically it's the lyrics of the originals set to a thumping beat and a few decent effects, but nothing spectacular. I was hoping for some turntables and more intense versions, but it's lacking. But I'm still a DCB fan.
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