The Great Delirious Review. Cutting Edge 1 and 2

Posted: October 15, 2009 in Delirious Farewell Tour, Music
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Way way back in the early to mid 90’s, an event was going in South East London giving local church young people a chance to worship God in a way that they felt more comfortable with. The band decided to put together a couple of little tapes, that people could take home and listen to. When the

CD came along the two tapes became Cutting Edge 1 and 2. The first CD from the group that would – in the end become Delirious.

Musically its more country then rock. More chilled then screaming worship tunes. Alot of it is well…a little dull. With that in mind there is still a few tunes that stand out, have that sense that something a little new (for the time) is happening. “Thank You For Saving Me” is probably the obvious example of this, with very much a feel of a band musically taking it where ever it goes.

The Happy Song goes down in Delirious history as THAT requested song requested by loud people at concerts – a beautiful feel good tune.

So it mostly sounds boring, but as far the songs themselves are concerned they lay a blueprint for the future…

Track List:

Message Of The Cross
Singers Song
Lord You Have My Heart
What Is This Thing Called Love?
The Crucible For Silver
Thank You For Saving Me
The Happy Song
Prophet Song
King Of Love
Coming Back
Lead Me
I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever
  • Message Of The Cross
  • Singers Song
  • Lord You Have My Heart
  • What Is This Thing Called Love?
  • The Crucible For Silver
  • Thank You For Saving Me
  • The Happy Song
  • Prophet Song
  • King Of Love
  • Coming Back
  • Lead Me
  • I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever
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