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Lamb Of God

Sacrament (Explicit Version)

Sony

Released on August 22, 2006

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DVD includes a documentary on the making of the album as well as two uncut videos

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Joseph from Columbus, OH 
Sep 1 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this for my brother because he's a hard workin' guy & he deserves it.

I have this album myself, but not the dvd. I think Randy's vocals really developed during the recording of As Palaces Burn. I think he wanted people to understand what he was saying without having to look at the lyric book every time. That's just my opinion. You'd have to ask him yourself to find out.

This album is pure musical genious from begining to end. Lyrics range from personal demons to distaste for religious insanity(which is always a personal favorite for me). I tell ya', I can't go a day without listening to Redneck. That song has become a part of me. I agree with the lyrics on that song the most of all the ones on the album. The same can be said for the song One Gun from Ashes Of The Wake.

As for the music videos, the only video I've seen for this album is Redneck. Whoever created the concept for that video stole my idea. I would have loved to put a bunch of conservatives in front of a stage, thinkin' they're gonna here pro God songs & then LOG starts playing & the parents get scared because these songs are exposing the lie that is christianity. A lot of those kids in the video were scared because they didn't understand it. But that one little girl knew what was up, so she stayed for the whole show. I'm not quite sure, but I think she played that girl in Kreator's Enemy of God video.

I'll go to my bro's place & watch the dvd with him. I especially want to see the making of the album. I always like seeing the work that is put in to making a masterpiece.





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