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Solid Rock Records, 1980
Recommended by: Greg Slade
Style: Transitional between the Country-Rock of Daniel Amos' first, self-titled, album, and the alternative sound of the later ¡Alarma! Chronicles. A profoundly important album, both in terms of its own sound and in terms of its effect on the Christian music scene. Definitely one to grab if you come across it. Many space/UFO allusions in the lyrics, liner notes, and graphics.
Other comments: Daniel Amos has a long history of SF-ish music, stretching back to Horrendous Disc (see the inside fold out of Horrendous Disc with the group decked out as their alter egos from "Planet X.") Bill Mann
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