So far the 21st Century has been an impressive one for Third Day. In the brief time since our calendars flipped to 2000, Third Day has erupted with unprecedented momentum having added another 2.4 million albums to their already significant lifetime sales, captured their first Grammy for Come Together, performed for literally millions of fans around the world and launched the Offerings series, of CDs and DVDs, one of the most successful worship series of all time.
The past three years have been an incredible time of growth as Third Day has built and solidified a fan base that embraces their music and their message. But all that's happened thus far is only the concentration of energy before an explosion. The explosion is coming!
Third Day's 7th album, Wire is produced by Paul Ebersold (3 Doors Down, Sister Hazel). Wire will remind you why you fell in love with Third Day in the first place. Third Day is and will always be first and foremost a rock band. Wire pushes their infectious trademark Southern-tinged rock to a whole new level.
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Wire| Posted July 18, 2007
This isn't the best cd I own, but it's alright. I like about half of the songs and the other half I never listen to. I love the songs "I Believe", "Wire", "Come on Back to Me", and "Innocent", but I really don't even listen to most of the rest, because I just cannot get into them.
Third Day-Wire| Posted July 16, 2007
This is an excellent CD. I can say without a doubt-there is not a bad song on this CD.My favorite song on the CD is "Innocent". I am not sure why this song doesn't get more air play. If you are new to Third Day,Wire is an excellent Cd to start with. Other great song on this Cd are Come on Back to Me,Rockstar,and You are mine.
This is a 5 star CD.