Mad At The World – Through The Forest – 1992

This is the fifth studio album from the guys. Strangely it’s also the last one that founding member Mike Pendleton and guitarist Brent Gordon are on. Nothing has ever been officially said about their departures but to quote Roger Rose, “they didn’t really quit the band–they kinda quit and got fired all at the same time.” Anyway that aside this album continues there new Rock/Grunge style we were introduced to on their previous album. It’s not as good as their previous album which I found kind of odd as I thought they would be perfecting this sound but it’s still a pretty darn good album and if you really like this style of music this is probably still in the 10 of this style.

1 – That Lonesome Road – 4:27
2 – Trapped – 3:44
3 – Lost In The Forest – 3:35
4 – If I Lose My Way – 3:31
5 – Always Be My Love – 4:08
6 – M.A.T.W. (Reprise) – 4:22
7 – Alone – 5:45
8 – I’ve Got A Heaven – 4:25
9 – I’ll Never Go Back There – 3:54
10 – If I Can Dream – 2:53

Art Direction – Brian Godawa
Bass – Mike Pendelton
Cover – Brent Gordon
Design – Brian Godawa
Drums – Randy Rose
Guitar – Roger Rose
Lead Guitar – Brent Gordon
Lyrics By – Roger Rose
Photography By – Patrick House
Producer – Roger Rose
Rhythm Guitar – Brent Gordon
Vocals – Mike Pendelton, Randy Rose, Roger Rose

Companies, etc.
Copyright © – Frontline Records
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Frontline Records
Recorded At – MATW Studios
Mixed At – MATW Studios
Distributed By – FMG Distribution
Glass Mastered At – Nimbus

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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