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Album: Glo
# Song Title   Time
1)    God You Are My God More Info...
2)    Glo In The Dark More Info...
3)    God's Romance More Info...
4)    Investigate More Info...
5)    Glo In The Dark (Part 2) More Info...
6)    What Would I Have Done More Info...
7)    My Glorious More Info...
8)    Everything More Info...
9)    Intimate Stranger More Info...
10)    Awaken The Dawn More Info...
11)    Glo In The Dark (Part 3) More Info...
12)    Jesus Blood More Info...
 

Album: Glo
# Song Title   Time
1)    God You Are My God More Info...
2)    Glo In The Dark More Info...
3)    God's Romance More Info...
4)    Investigate More Info...
5)    Glo In The Dark (Part 2) More Info...
6)    What Would I Have Done More Info...
7)    My Glorious More Info...
8)    Everything More Info...
9)    Intimate Stranger More Info...
10)    Awaken The Dawn More Info...
11)    Glo In The Dark (Part 3) More Info...
12)    Jesus Blood More Info...
 
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  • Delirious?: Martin Smith (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Stuart Garrard (acoustic & electric guitars, programming, background vocals); Tim Jupp (keyboards, programming); Jon Thatcher (electric & synthesized basses); Stewart Smith (drums, percussion, samples, background vocals).
  • Additional personnel includes: Anna Smith, Sharlene Hector (vocals); Gerard Le Feuvre (cello); Roderick S. MacDonald, Robert A. Ash, Hugh MacMillan (bagpipes); Tedd Tjornham (programming); The Grant Choir (background vocals).
  • Here's an album that asks (metaphorically) the question "Does Jesus rock?" And the answer, on the aural evidence, is a resounding yes. (What Jesus' favorite band might be, however, is not addressed, which is probably a good thing, on the off chance that it's Marilyn Manson.)
  • In any case, these Brit believers use every trick in the '90s alt-rock book--looped, funky rhythms, retro electric piano, burbling electronics, crunchy power chords, and Thom Yorke-ish vocals--in the service of a hook-laden, pop-driven aesthetic. And the crucial word here is pop; in fact, if you didn't pay much attention to the lyrics--let's just say God figures rather prominently--you could be excused for mistaking Delerious? for more secular types like Radiohead, Oasis, or Blur.
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