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Crazy Love (Plus the Light Sides)


Download links and information about Crazy Love (Plus the Light Sides) by Hawk Nelson. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Gospel genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:11:33 minutes.

Artist: Hawk Nelson
Release date: 2011
Genre: Gospel
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:11:33
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No. Title Length
1. Tally-Ho 1:39
2. Your Love Is a Mystery 3:10
3. Crazy Love 3:40
4. My Next Breath 3:30
5. We're Alright 3:02
6. Skeleton 2:52
7. We Can Change the World 3:20
8. One Shot 3:21
9. Fraud 2:45
10. Joanna 2:58
11. Lax 0:57
12. Done Holding On 3:34
13. Thanks for the Beautiful Memories 2:43
14. California (Acoustic) 2:25
15. Friend Like That (Acoustic) 2:49
16. Zero (Acoustic) 3:27
17. Stagefright (Acoustic) 2:21
18. First Time (Acoustic) 2:31
19. You Have What I Need (Acoustic) 2:35
20. Everything You Ever Wanted (Acoustic) 4:09
21. Head On Collision (Acoustic) 3:04
22. Long Ago (Acoustic) 2:53
23. Take Me (Acoustic) 3:41
24. 36 Days (Acoustic) 4:07



Judging by Crazy Love, this Christian punk-pop group is working its way though adolescent angst towards something like a mature perspective. In the process, the band is also making its faith more explicit (though no one would accuse them of sounding like, say, Casting Crowns yet). Crazy Love’s title track is a defiant believer’s anthem in the tradition of DC Talk’s “Jesus Freak,” acknowledging that “the world looks at us like we’re ridiculous.” God’s presence also shines upon the throbbing, synthesizer-drenched “Your Love Is a Mystery” and the thrashing yet prayerful “Skeleton.” Balancing such testimonies are romantic complaints (“Joanna”) and skewed character sketches (“Fraud”) very much in the style of Hawk Nelson’s earlier offerings. Singer Jason Dunn remains adept at offering positive sentiments while retaining his nervous edge — “We Can Change the World” and “Thanks for the Beautiful Memories” leave a warm glow after the last biting riff has faded into the ether. Still frantic but more thoughtful, Hawk Nelson gives evidence on Crazy Love of musical staying power.