Who would have guessed back in 1999 when brother/sister duo Marcus and Sara Acker were asked to assemble their talents for a church worship band that the collaboration would lead to the birth of Inhabited. With their first major label release, the band prove why so many people see them as being the next big thing.
Record Label Fervent / Spirit-Led
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jul 31, 2005
Publisher Word Entertainment
ISBN 3901007881 EAN 0679143006622 UPC 679143006622
The band has talent and the vocals are enjoyable but their simply isnt enought here to interest you. It's just radio friendly over produced rock n roll soft enough to be radio friendly and commercial but yet heavy enough to appeal to rock fans. In the end it's formulated and the lyrics are typical and cliche. Not saying their bad, i think they can do a lot better in the future.
Rawks! Jan 10, 2006
Honestly, there are only two songs I really love on the album, but those two by themselves earn the whole thing a 5/5. Revolution gets a 5/5. Why? It's just plain rock. Not any kind of metal, punk, alternative, nothing. It's rock 'n roll, straight up. And it's well done. Rescue Me gets a 5/5 as well. It's chords flirt every so slightly with metal or hard rock, but it retains the melody of truly great music so it hits hard and sounds good doing it.
Definite Potential for Inhabited Dec 10, 2005
Inhabited's debut album, "The Revolution," is a letter to the concience of each and everyone of us. The general theme of the album is precisely the title: Revolution... of the heart, soul and mind. Inhabited takes it a step further: making it our responsability to begin it within ourselves.
Inhabited's "The Revolution" is mostly about the lyrics. You haven't really heard this album until you sat down with the lyrics. Deep, powerful, meaningful words carve deep into the hearts of those that listen to them... specifically taken through the medium of Sara Acker's voice. The vocals of this album are exceptionally good.
One can tell, with a single listen of the album, that Inhabited has unbelievable potential. The album leaves you slightly unfulfuilled (musically) since you can tell that the band's skilled musicians could do greater things. It's almost as if you could see the music building up to a pressure point, but never reaching it. One wants it to burst, but it just doesn't. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, since, for those that listen to (and like) this album, will most certainly expect greater things from this even greater band. So, the follow-up album is already on my list.
Their devotion to God will most certainly ensure Inhabited's place in the Christian music industry and, if they play their cards right, they might reach the places that only God has set in His heart for them.
Good CD Nov 10, 2005
I saw Inhabited in person and I thought that they were pretty good, so I decided to buy the cd. It's not my favorite cd I own, but I still like it. You don't have to be a Christian to enjoy good Christian rock.
Awesome!!!! Jul 26, 2005
The album absolutely rocks! I know the bass player, James. He's a friend of mine, and the music his band has written is awesome! I attended the cd release party, and they're great live. I suggest you pick up this cd right now! It offers a great message, and rocks out!! My Favorite Track is The Revolution. This album should actually get 6 stars.