Christian Music Ratings
Welcome to Avid Christians Christian music ratings. Below we will rate Christian music on a star system from one to five with five star being our highest rating. Please remember that these ratings are being given by a guy that had listened to rock music from the 70's through the 90's including bands ranging from Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Cars, The Police, Pat Benatar, John Mellencamp, Pete Townsend, Live and Seven Mary Three. These styles have influenced my musical taste over the years so the Christian music that I like will have a resemblance to these styles. I'd also like to say that I've not grown accustom to the screaming that has replaced singing by some bands so the screaming bands won't get high ratings although they are considered rock. I'm also not a rap or hip-hop fan, I guess I'm too old for that. You may have a completely different style and disagree with my ratings and that's OK. If you don't like rock music then you may want to stay away from the selections that I give five stars. You may want to try some of the lower rated music. Just remember these are the ratings of a rock fan and tailor your music selections with this in mind as you look at my ratings.
Each CD is linked to another website where you can read more reviews about the CD.
Comatose - Skillet
This CD starts with a great song and holds strong through each song
Reflection Of Something - Todd Agnew
Strong voice and great lyrics with enough beat to keep a rock guy interested.
Illuminate - David Crowder Band
Great sound, good lyrics and a good beat.
Fireproof - Pillar
Good hard rock that sometimes overdoes the scream/rap thing.
Two Lefts Don't Make A Right.....But Three Do - Relient K
Good up-beat rock and roll.
The Face Of Love - Sanctus Real
Good solid rock with a good beat.
Invincible - Skillet
Techno sound with some good music mixed in.