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Solo [EP] [dc Talk]


  • 1. 40 Live
    2. Alibi
    3. All You Got
    4. Return of the Singer
    5. Be
    6. Somebody's Watching
    7. Extreme Days
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 25296

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    SOLO features solo tracks from each member of DC Talk, as well as a live version of DC Talk's song "Forty".
    DC Talk: Kmax, Michael Tait, Toby Mac.
    Additional personnel includes: Alisa Gyse, Joanna Valencia (vocals); Pete Stewart, George Cochini, Mark Townsend, Barry Graul (guitar); Adrian Belew (pedal steel, Cowboy Guitar, Bridge guitar); Otto Price, Lonnie Chapin, Tony Levin (bass); Chad Chapin, Rick May (drums); Mooki (programming).
    Producers include: Pete Stewart, Adrian Belew, Michael-Anthony Taylor, Todd Collins, DC Talk.
    Engineers include: Reid Shippen, J.R. McNeely, Marcello Pennell.
    SOLO won the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album.
    Personnel: Alisa Gyse, Michael Tait (vocals); Adrian Belew, Mark Townsend, Micah Wilshire, Pete Stewart, Barry Graul (guitar); Mooki (keyboards, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Matt Chamberlain, Rick May (drums); DJ Maj (scratches); tobyMac (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Trevor Johnson; Joe Baldridge; Michael Tait; Todd Robbins; Bryan Lenox.
    Recording information: Bennett House; Border Studios; Bulldog Studios; Dungeon; Emerald Studios; Palace, Auburn Hills, MI; Sound Kitchen; Woodland STudios.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Kevin Max Smith ; Toby McKeehan.
    This seven-song EP by the hugely popular Christian rock band DC Talk, who broke through to mainstream success with "Jesus Freak," operates on a rather novel concept. Instead of embarking on separate solo projects, the members of the trio (Kevin Max Smith, Michael Tait, Toby McKeehan) elected to combine a batch of solo tracks onto one disc. The results show the varied talents that make up the band while still presenting a coherent portrait of DC Talk's reigning aesthetic. The album opens with a low-key live version of U2's "40." From there things pick up considerably as the driving pop-rock sound of the band is echoed in each of the individual members' solo tracks. While there are enough small variations on the DC Talk sound to give this EP a different slant from the rest of the group's catalogue, anyone enamored of the band's previous recordings should find this disc an easy fit.

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