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Nicknames of Atlanta (EP)

Love on the Line (EP)
EP by Whitecross
Released January 15, 1988
Genre Christian Metal
Label Star Song
Whitecross chronology
Whitecross
(1987)
Love on the Line (EP)
(1988)
Hammer & Nail
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
CCM Magazine (not rated)[1]

Love on the Line: The 6.98 EP was a $6.98 EP recording from the Christian metal band Whitecross. It was never released on CD; it was only released on cassette tape & 12" vinyl record formats. Tracks 1 and 2 are new, and were never included on any future Whitecross albums (to date). Tracks 3 and 4 are taken from the Whitecross debut album. Track 1 can also be found on a few compilations which are available on CD (Testify & Heavy Righteous Metal compilations). Track 2 is available on CD as a bonus track on the Japanese version of In the Kingdom. The B-side repeats the four songs from the A-side.

CCM magazine stated that the lyrics showed that the band had an "evident evangelistic zeal."[1]

Contents

Track list

  1. Love on the Line (6:02)
  2. I Believe (3:59)
  3. No Way I'm Goin' Down (4:11)
  4. Enough Is Enough (4:01)

Band members

  • Scott Wenzel - Vocals
  • Rex Carroll - Guitars
  • Mark Hedl - Drums
  • Jon Sproule - bass

Credits

  • Producer (new songs): Rex Carroll
  • Executive Producer: Gavin Morkel

References

  1. ^ a b Donaldson, Devlin; Steve Rabey (September 1988). "Metal Reviews". CCM Magazine 11 (3): 47–48. 

 
 

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