Overview 1 I've Always Loved You 2 Believe 3 Took My Place 4 Never Bow Down 5 Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36) 6 Don't Say Goodbye 7 What Good 8 Can't Take The Pain 9 Sky Falls Down 10 Give
Record Label Essential Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.06" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Aug 24, 1999
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 0760128936 EAN 9780760128930 UPC 083061052829
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This CD is just so amazing!My favorite songs on this album are:I've always loved you,believe,your love oh Lord ,and give.These 4 songs I would say,when Third day wrote these songs they really reached down into their hearts.But,let me tell you,there is no missteps or fillers.I would really recommend this album.
Musically, Third Day's best album Jun 24, 2006
After their worst-selling album, "Conspiracy no. 5," Third Day must have known they needed to stick with their roots and create a CD comprised of their signature southern rock and classic rock blend. The final product ends up being 33% southern rock, 33% Christian contemporary, 33% country, and 100% pure genius.
While lyrically this album is not as completely open or beautifully written as some of their later work, the music varies from soft ballads to raucous rock and roll. When the album starts with the gentle ballad of "I've Always Loved You" and rolls right into the deep southern blues "Believe," it's apparent that the album will be a rollercoaster of emotion and feeling in their music. "Took my Place" is a heart-and-soul southern rock peice with their typical message of Christ dying for us, while "Never Bow Down" is a rockin' call for Christians to stand up for what they believe in. "Your Love, Oh Lord" makes it's debut on the album, quickly turning into a crowd favorite on and off stage. "Don't Say Goodbye" is a rootsy classic-rock style peice. "What Good" calls for the giving up of material treasures for Christ, and "Sky Falls Down" is a fun tune with an optimistic outlook on the end of the world. The album ends on "Give" which is probably the most openly worshipful song on the album.
Overall, Third Day's album "Time" is easily the best. It's no wonder they gained almost instant popularity at this time and grew into the Christian band that almost everyone from the southeastern United States loves.
Third Day: rock chameleons. May 1, 2006
Well, at first, the reason I purchased this cd is because of the song; 'Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36)'. I saw the video for that song many years ago on the christian music t.v show 'One Cubed' and the song struck me. It was kind of like my initiation into christian rock. It is such a fantastic song and it means a lot to me. It reminds me to deepen my faith and sometimes when I struggle, that song brings me back to that time and place when I first heard the song, on my knees in front of the telly. It is a source of comfort to me. The rest of the cd is very strong e.g the opening song, tracks 4 and 6, as well the others. Something I must mention is that this was also my introduction to southern rock. If you don't like southern-rootsy rock, you might not like this compilation, save for the ballads but I believe if you do listen to it enough, it'll grow on you. Maybe, I'm already a biased Third Day fan but I have to say they are one of the greatest rockers of my generation and when you compare all of their recordings, album by album, something you can not fail to notice is their ability to smoothly adapt to and churn out different styles of rock while sticking to the Truth.
Great Sound, Solid Lyrics Dec 3, 2005
Time is another enjoyable CD from Third Day. This one has a southern rock sound. As usual, they have solid Christian lyrics.
If you like a southern rock, you will not be disappointed. There are several very good tracks on this CD and no bad ones. Songs that are particularly good here are the following: 'I've Always Loved You', and 'Your Love Oh Lord'.
If you enjoy Third Day, you will want this album. If you haven't ever heard them before, you should definitely check it out.
It's Okay Oct 12, 2005
It's Okay, but if you have all of the other CD's (including the "Left Behind" Soundtrack) it's redundant. "Sky Falls Down" is the only Song on it that isn't covered by other albums. Either way, Third Day is outstanding.