Invincible (Skillet album)

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Invincible
Studio album by Skillet
Released February 1, 2000
Genre Christian rock, industrial rock, alternative rock
Length 52:38
Label Ardent, ForeFront
Producer John L. Cooper
Skillet chronology
Hey You, I Love Your Soul
(1998)
Invincible
(2000)
Ardent Worship
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars [2]

Invincible is the third full-length album by Christian rock group Skillet. It was released in 2000 from ForeFront Records and Ardent Records. This album continues the electronic rock that was heard on their previous release but marks the exit of original guitarist, Ken Steorts, and the entrance of his replacement, Kevin Haaland on guitar, as well as John Cooper's wife Korey on keyboards, loops, sampling and programming.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by John L. Cooper, except where noted.

Album release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Best Kept Secret"     3:55
2. "You Take My Rights Away"     4:32
3. "Invincible"     3:51
4. "Rest"   John Cooper, Korey Cooper 3:48
5. "Come On to the Future"     3:54
6. "You're Powerful"   J. Cooper, K. Cooper 3:26
7. "I Trust You"   J. Cooper, K. Cooper 3:38
8. "Each Other"   J. Cooper, K. Cooper 3:26
9. "The Fire Breathes"     3:41
10. "Say It Loud"     3:32
11. "The One"     4:12
12. "You're in My Brain"     10:40
Total length:
52:38
  • The final track, "You're In My Brain", contains a hidden song called "Angels Fall Down".

Credits[edit]

Music video[edit]

There was a music video made for the song "Best Kept Secret". It was the first video by the band to have a story of some kind in it, though the story is very brief. Some of the video shows the band in the story portion in futuristic clothing, while the rest of it shows them playing in a room in similar clothing. The story portion shows the band entering a hallway, which they walk along until they come to a massive room where prisoners are being held in glass cells. All of the prisoners appear to be asleep, with gas masks over their faces. Each band member takes a pipe, at which point all of the prisoners wake up, and the band then smashes the glass of the cells. All of the prisoners fall out of the cells and onto the floor. The band helps them all up as they remove their masks. After freeing the prisoners, the band exits the way they came in.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. Invincible (Skillet album) at AllMusic. Retrieved July 10, 2011.
  2. ^ DiBiase, John (December 12, 1999). "Skillet, "Invincible" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved July 10, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Skillet-Best Kept Secret". Retrieved February 21, 2011. 
  • Invincible. (2000) Ardent/ForeFront FFD5243