13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clean Lyrics

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clean Lyrics
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

itsnotmepma ,

Got the clean version.

Another great album from KK. Saw the lyrics for the explicit version of The Prayer and I'm not sure why they feel the need to capitulate to modern/foolish notions of passion but the clean version is great.

Elina E. ,

Get it!

Kings Kaleidoscope is a band of our generation. They are relevant and transparent. They body all the things I love about music. Their creativity is amazing!!

I've yet to listen to the whole record in its entirety but I know that I will love it! I'm loving "In This Ocean," "Most of It," "Dust," & "Lost."

On a side note, I'm probably one of the few to buy the clean version of this record but I knew I wouldn't feel comfortable buying the other version. I'm grateful that the band made both version so we could choose. Whatever version you buy you won't be disappointed. Be prepared to be amazed.

Note: This music is not for people who tend to see Christian music in a bubble. This is for the people who see the possibility of it breaking barriers and setting the bar higher! Enjoy!

CtznSldr ,

Unfortunate controversy, undeniable music

I lament the decision to release two separate versions of this album over a simple lyric change. This album should be remembered for its heart-felt passion and musical excellence.
Indie rock, chamber pop, and soul combine for a delightful journey through life's highs and lows.

Maybe some disagree with the "grey area" biblical interpretation of language. Understandable, but consider this. What Christian worship band has taken the Psalm 33:3 call to "sing to Him a new song; play skillfully..." as literally as King's Kaleidoscope? Perhaps no wise biblical direction has been so neglected to the detriment of Christian worship music and its reputation. Clean version or otherwise, hopefully this will help people praise God, open hearts through challenging struggles, and even reach people who despise Christian rock music.

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