For dc talk, Free At Last was a defining moment. Boldly irreverent and unapologetically honest, Free At Last established dc talk as an artist to be reckoned with, a pacesetter in Christian music. Produced by Toby McKeehan, Mark Heimermann and Joe Hogue, the album mixes the hip-hop conventions of the early 90's with themes of racial harmony, sexual abstinence and love as action.
The result was nothing short of platinum, one big history-making hint of future greatness. In the 10 years since its release in 1992, this Grammy Award-winning album stands not only as a ground-breaking testament to dc talk's artistic coming-of-age, but also as a revolutionary turning point in the history of Christian music.
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It Changed The Game In 1992 And Still Holds Up Today.| Posted August 11, 2012
What's to say what's already been said about this album. It's fun, catchy, memorable, and nostalgic. It has only gotten better with age and is a must hear for anyone who wants to get a feel of what dc Talk was like before they changed the face of christian music with Jesus Freak.
Old School stuff still is good| Posted May 12, 2011
I don't know what it is. Maybe that I like old school or whatever but I like this album. I like DC Talk and wish they were still around as a group together. I am a big fan of TobyMac as well. This group had good lyrics and sound. They were good role models. This was a good album! I pull it out often. It has funk and is still today even modern day enough that the lyrics still work. Thumbs up.
dc talk| Posted August 31, 2008
This cd is a fun early 90`s rap/ hip hop cd. Some of the most popular "classic dc talk" songs are on this cd. I would only recommend it to someone who likes the old rap sound or someone who really likes dc Talk. Over all a pretty good cd.
One of my fav dcTalk cds!| Posted May 27, 2008
This and Jesus Freak are probably my 2 fav dcTalk cds! My fellow cdTalk fans and I are always breaking out into these song. Jesus is Just Alright is probably my fav of this cd but all the songs are really good! :)