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Topic: Saturate (album)

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  Saturate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An popular music an album Saturate by Breaking Benjamin.
In chemistry the state of a solution which can't take any more solute is said to be saturated.
In mathematics, saturate is a term in graph theory.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saturate   (125 words)

 Music: We Are Not Alone
Following in the strength of this track, however, the album begins to get noticeably weaker, although that's really not the right word, since the album is still very good from here on out.
The seventh track, "Sooner or Later," is probably the most uninteresting song on the album, but even in saying that, the song has an interesting soft tone with a hard rocking chorus that makes for a somewhat, if minorly intriguing listen, with a cool build-up pre-chorus.
This is followed by "Breakdown," which really would have been better suited filling the first slot on the album, as with its screaming, hardcore beginning, it is most reminiscent of the music inhabiting the band's debut album.
music.ign.com /articles/527/527137p2.html   (642 words)

 Breaking Benjamin: We Are Not Alone Review @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
On their second album We are not alone it's obvious, that the band matured a lot.
This album is not as good as "Saturate" but with putting out a second record that is as good or better than the first being such a hard task to pull off, it is a decent effort.
The album is amazing, every song is perfect, and it feels good to listen to some good rock and not all nu-metal these days.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /reviews/compact_discs/breaking_benjamin/we_are_not_alone   (3934 words)

 Jackson Browne - Saturate Before Using   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It's not often that a single album is sufficient to place a new performer among the first rank of recording artists.
One of the reasons that Jackson Browne's first album is among the most auspicious debuts in pop music history is that it doesn't sound like a debut.
But the album has long since come to seem a timeless collection of reflective ballads touching on still-difficult subjects -- suicide (explicitly), depression and drug use (probably), spiritual uncertainty and desperate hope -- all in calm, reasoned tones, and all with an amazingly eloquent sense of language.
www.superseventies.com /spbrowne.html   (2258 words)

 Jeff Deyo- a Review of The Phantom Tollbooth
The majority of the album is upbeat, but even the slower ones are songs you would want to listen to.
While Saturate's opening block of songs is impressive enough, much of its remaining running time bows under the weight of material that is, for the most part, rather nondescript.
If Saturate deviates only minutely from the majority of Deyo's back catalog or, indeed, much of what currently constitutes modern worship music, it nonetheless shows that he is still capable of generating the same energetic and appealing pop/rock compositions that attracted so many listeners to his previous work.
www.tollbooth.org /2002/reviews/deyo.html   (1132 words)

 ChristianBeats.org - Jeff Deyo
SATURATE, however, moves well beyond the territory marked by the first SONICFLOOd albums, showcasing the muscle of Deyo’s new band and confirming how fervently his God-given heart and vision go in uniting people together for modern worship.
The album affirms that Deyo has indeed assembled a carefully crafted cast of clutch musicians to forge his model band - guitarist Rob Hawkins, bassist Jeremy McCoy, keyboardist Fred Williams, and drummer Nate Winters.
The album also soothes the soul with more inspirational cuts like “Thank You For Life” and "You Are Good," a musical bed of acoustic guitar melodies and atmospheric string arrangements lifting up passionate poems of praise.
www.geocities.com /christianbeatsartists1/JeffDeyo.html   (893 words)

 Jeff Deyo - cMusicWeb.com
Deyo cries out for God to permeate every part of his being, singing "Saturate my life/Fill every part of me in You...let me lose myself in You." Though not as strong as the first two tracks, this tune fits neatly into the flow of the album and is still worthy of a listen.
Given the singer's prayers and lay preaching (which is interspersed through the album in the form of interludes), it seems unlikely that he would write things like "I've let the darkness in...I've not been true to you." But this is what we are presented with.
Though not timeless, this album presents the best progressive worship heard in some time, and captures the essence of the modern praise movement beautifully.
cmusicweb.com /worship/jeffdeyo/saturate.shtml   (653 words)

 Breaking Benjamin - Saturate | sputnikmusic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
their first album, Saturate blew me away and it still does after 2 years of me owning it.
I wish i may: this is an awesome intro song for the album.
Sugarcoat- this and the next song are by far the heaviest on the album.
www.musicianforums.com /sputnik/album.php?reviewid=1898&genreid=17&styleid=17   (799 words)

 Saturate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Saturate is my most played CD of Breaking Benjamin's.
This album is a perfect blend of a lot of musical talent coming together.
I would have liked something classic along the lines of "sooner or later" or "so cold", but being that this is their first record, I'll cut em' some slack.
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 The Session: Shop - Product info
I would be misrepresenting this album by calling it Jeff Deyo's first solo "effort," because the album works in a way that makes you wonder why all albums on the market don't flow so well.
The first time I heard the Saturate album, was at Bible Camp this summer, where Jeff Deyo himself, performed live.
This is THE single most inspirational and deep worship album I have ever owned, I love third day, delerious, matt redmon, and mercyme, but this is it.
www.thesession.org /shop/display.php/B0000636BR   (648 words)

 Jesusfreakhideout.com: Jeff Deyo, "Saturate" Review
Deyo's first solo endeavor has a strong Sonicflood feel to it, but it's clear this is his territory this time around.
The album opens with the appropriately titled "Opening Prayer," setting the tone for this modern worship record.
Deyo has the approach to his recordings similar to that of a live worship conference leader.
www.jesusfreakhideout.com /cdreviews/Saturate.asp   (415 words)

 Christrock - Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Although Deyo is joined with a new band, you could easily mistake this album as a continuation of what Sonicflood aka Jeff Deyo began back in ’99.
The album opens with a prayer (does this seem familiar?), creating a feel for the rest of the album.
Overall, Saturate is a solid debut release for new fans and existing Sonicflood fans.
www.christrock.com /html_review_jeff_deyo_saturate.shtml   (474 words)

 Saturate by Breaking Benjamin
Whether they saw something special in this independent band or were just sick of their former band's career decisions is unknown, but Breaking Benjamin went on to sign to Hollywood Records, and Saturate has serious potential to become one of 2002's most successful debuts, as although it is repetitive and generic, it is undeniably addictive.
Molding hard rock in the vein of Nickelback with the more aggressive side of Korn, Saturate is accessible and slightly heavier than much music suitable for excessive radio play, yet allows the listener to identify with the themes present on the disc.
I bought this album when it first came out, and I still cant resist hearing it.
www.mp3.com /albums/548878/summary.html   (329 words)

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Remarkably, Deyo recaptures the vitality and vision behind those albums in recording his new release, Saturate, the natural follow-up for the hundreds of thousands of souls touched by his previous band efforts with SONICFLOOd.
Saturate, however, pushes the power-punch lever one notch higher showing just how fervently Deyo's God-given heart and vision go in uniting people together for modern worship.
If his SONICFLOOd albums marked the dawn of a modern worship revival, then Deyo now rockets us to the next sun-soaked summit with his unshakeable new bow, Saturate.
www.ycgeneration.com /yc2004/artists_jd.asp   (937 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Saturation - Urge Overkill at Epinions.com
Saturation is a great rock and roll album.
At the time of this album's release, the band was as follows: "Eddie" King Roeser (vocals, bass), Nash Kato (guitar, vocals), and Blackie O'Nassis (drums, vocals).
Those are my favorite three tunes from the album, but I'd also like to mention that the growling, angry guitars of "Tequila Sundae" make it worth a listen.
www.epinions.com /content_37438787204   (860 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Mandy Moore [ECD] - Mandy Moore at Epinions.com
But the two stars of this album are Saturate Me and One Sided Love, both influenced by the same sound.
Saturate Me is just a mid tempo spectacle, in which Mandy begs "My soul is evaporating, won't you saturate me?" The song is just gorgeously produced and stands out as this album's most mature.
It sounds like it's trying to be R&B in an album that is anything but, so it doesn't exactly fit in to the album, but alone it's not that bad of a track.
www.epinions.com /content_87597813380   (851 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Music: Saturate [IMPORT]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This is a very well balanced album and most people should be able to find a song they like.
Also, four of the tracks from Saturate were used to great effect in the videogame Run Like Hell, where their powerful riffs and out of the ordinary lyrics suited the tense atmosphere of the game perfectly.
This is an album that suggests an intelliegence + ability above most but held back by wot i think is an attempt to be commericial and 'fit in'.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00006GF9L   (756 words)

 talking about a don piper situation
"purveying a profoundly melodic combination of power-pop and atmospherics, these memorable songs (saturate) at times recall the airier spots in bends-era radiohead, jeff buckley's ethereality, and alex chilton's more coherent moments; there's also an element of neil finn in the poppier tracks.
"this album (saturate) is a highly enjoyable collection of tunes, ranging in style from mournful love songs to jangly power pop.
it's listening to albums like this which makes one lament the position of unsigned bands in a britney world.
www.adonpipersituation.com /press.html   (838 words)

 We Are Not Alone - unreality.co.nz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
EVERY song on this album is great including the hit single "So Cold," the first track on the album.
Breaking Benjamin's latest album is far greater than their previous album "Saturate," which had several good songs.
This album, is more mature sounding than "Saturate" and there is alot more meaning to the lyrics.
www.unreality.co.nz /content/view/74/50   (297 words)

 RollingStone.com: Jackson Browne (Saturate Before Using) : Jackson Browne : Review
Play this album and thousands more for the price of one CD
Jackson Browne's long-awaited debut album chimes in its author with the resounding authority of an Astral Weeks, a Gasoline Alley, or an After the Gold Rush.
Jackson Browne's sensibility is romantic in the best sense of the term: his songs are capable of generating a highly charged, compelling atmosphere throughout, and–just as important–of sustaining that pitch in the listener's mind long after they've ended.
www.rollingstone.com /reviews/album/_/id/242015/jacksonbrowne?pageid=rs.ArtistDiscography&pageregion=triple1   (903 words)

 Mandy Moore by Mandy Moore
Never let it be said that Mandy Moore, her label, and team of producers didn't work it.
Then, with her official second album, they finally got the formula right.
Of course, it would have been greater if a couple of the songs were genuine knockouts, but usually this genre sacrifices consistency for dizzying peaks and it's refreshing to hear a teen pop record that plays like a record, instead of singles-n-filler.
www.mp3.com /albums/482899/summary.html   (319 words)

 Curt's Music Reviews
Sounds like their debut was a good step towards their latest album, "We Are Not Alone." I think "Saturate" is best known for the tracks "Polyamorous" and "Home." More thoughts after more listens...
There are 12 tracks listed on the back, with the final track being "4:05." Well, it goes on and there's a 13th song, which is great by the way.
I'm sittin here listening to the re-release of Seether's debut album (which was called "Disclaimer"), "Disclaimer II." Compared to the original version, it has 8 extra songs (including the second version of their song "Broken" featuring Amy Lee, the vocalist of Evanescence - as featured on The Punisher soundtrack).
journals.aol.com /deflepp85739/MusicReviews   (367 words)

 Amazon.ca: Music: Saturate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Well, most of the best albums recently are not too mainstream yet.
Of teh 12 (13 counting the bonus) songs on this album, 9-10 of them are worthy of a "repeat 1" on your CD player, while the others are still ones that you will want to hear from start to finish all the time.
If you are not sure this is ur kinda CD...ill try to make a comparison....and it might be off to some people, but this is what it is to me.....Vocals like 3 doors down or fuel....music like trust company or chevelle.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00006GF9L   (737 words)

 Amazon.com: Music: Saturate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
I really don't get too many rock albums anymore, because they are all starting to sound the same to me. But there's something about Breaking Benjamin that completely gets my attention.
The other thing I really like about BB's "Saturate" is that they didn't slip into rap-metal, despite Ben Burnly's raw vocal style.
That "Saturate" rocks on it's own terms sends a signal to me...Breaking Benjamin could have a great future.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00006GF9L?v=glance   (1337 words)

 Amazon.com: Music: We Are Not Alone [ENHANCED] [EXPLICIT LYRICS]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Breaking Benjamin seemed to come out of nowhere with their 2002 debut, "Saturate." Their seemingly effortless knack for combining larger than life riffs and beautiful melodies were enough to win over anyone who was willing to listen.
This album also includes guitar solos wich is unseen in any hard rock modern bands, wich is a major +, an acoustic song, a catchy melodic bass intro, suspenseful lyrics and something i personaly liek, guitar with quick friction as in intros liek firefly.
Meaning, the album has one song that isnt as good as teh rest wich goes by the name of Believe, Ben gets a little carried away with the heavy vocals wich some of you may like.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002A2VS2?v=glance   (1605 words)

 Breaking Benjamin's Aaron Fink Interview - News @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Jeremy and Ben have pretty much wrote arranged the first album where as the second album was much more of a band effort, everyone was there from day one and it sounds more like a band effort.
After listening to the new single, So Cold, over and over without realizing I had it on repeat, the complexity of your sound is actually pretty impressive of a band of the alt-rock genre, compared to even many other bands who are supposed to be of a greater caliber.
I didn't like the majority of the songs on the last album, but I loved a few of them, and I even have to admit the ones that I didn't like were unique.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /news/interviews/breaking_benjamins_aaron_fink_interview.html   (1100 words)

 Christian Guitar Resources - CD Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The album could have used a little more punch, and possibly less cliched lyrics on a few songs, and maybe another good solo or two, but otherwise the album works well for an almost perfect rating.
And so Saturate is Jeff Deyo doing what he did with Sonicflood, by himself, and doing a darn good job of it if I might add.
This almost flawless album is what it’s all about for anyone looking into worship.
www.christianguitar.org /rreview/27214   (1243 words)

 Breaking Benjamin Mp3 Music, Lyrics, Videos, Downloads, Pictures, News. Breaking Benjamin Rock Music
The pressure was intensified because "Saturate," which contained the modest hit, "Polyamorous," didn't do as well as the band thought it would.
Although Breaking Benjamin have a platinum album in the U.S., a song on Halo 2 and a growing legion of fans that have BB tattoos, lead singer Ben Burnley insists that they are the same guys they've always been.
The album reached as high as 20 on the charts and the band's latest single, "Sooner Or Later" now sits at 22 on the Modern Rock charts.
www.breakingbenjamin.org   (5531 words)

 Jeff Deyo: Saturate - Music Recommendations - Al Menconi Ministries
Hopefully Saturate is the first of many uplifting releases from this talented quintet.
The irresistibly exuberant Lose Myself contributes the album title from its line, "saturate my life/fill every part of me with you." This attitude of total committment to Christ permeates the record.
It's assume to assume that when George Beverly Shea wrote the music for I'd Rather Have Jesus in 1939, he couldn't have imagined the arrangement on Saturate, but I'm sure he's thrilled that a new generation can enjoy the powerful lyrics in their own way.
www.almenconi.com /topics/chr_music/music_reviews/saturate.html   (211 words)

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