Adam Again – Dig – 1992

This is the fourth album from Adam Again. I have read in about 3 reviews now that this band wasn’t all that successful. Of course we don’t have any access to sales numbers but I heard of these guys in the 90’s after I was done listening to Christian music. Obviously I heard it when I was listening to secular music so obviously it had some recognition there. There’s not too much info on the recording of this album in fact I can’t find anything about how this album came to be. As for the album lyrically it continues to have an R.E.M. feel thinks to Gene Eugene’s vocals but the music has a great 90’s feel. This is one of those albums that falls in the “I didn’t like it” but it is very good category. This was not my style of music but I know a good album when I hear it and this is a great album. Jars Of Clay did an excellent cover of Dig on their 2003 album “Furthermore: From The Studio/From The Stage”.

1 – Deep – 4:15
2 – It Is What It Is (What It Is) – 3:43
3 – Dig – 3:25
4 – Hopeless, Etc. – 4:53
5 – Songwork – 5:28
6 – Worldwide – 2:07
7 – Walk Between The Raindrops – 3:30
8 – Hidden, Hidden – 3:25
9 – River On Fire – 5:46
10 – So Long – 4:19

Art Direction, Design, Photography – Anna Cardenas
Bass – Paul Valadez
Drums – Jon Knox
Executive-Producer [Executive Producers] – Gene Eugene, Ojo Taylor
Guitar – Greg Lawless
Lyrics By [All Lyrics] – Gene Eugene
Mastered By – Brian Gardner
Producer [Additional Production] – Greg Lawless, Jon Knox, Paul Valadez, Riki Michele
Producer [Produced By], Recorded By – Gene Eugene
Vocals – Riki Michele
Vocals, Guitar, Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Gene Eugene

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Brainstorm Artists International
Copyright © – Brainstorm Artists International
Manufactured By – Word, Inc.
Distributed By – Word, Inc.
Recorded At – Mixing Lab A
Recorded At – Mixing Lab B
Recorded At – Steve McCrum’s House
Mixed At – Pakaderm Studios
Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
Published By – Chenka, Chenka Music
Manufactured By – U.S. Optical Disc

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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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