|Studio album by Kutless|
|Released||September 17, 2002|
|Genre||Christian rock, grunge, alternative metal, nu metal|
|Jesus Freak Hideout|||
Kutless is the self-titled debut album of Christian rock group, Kutless, released in 2002. The songs "Run" and "Your Touch" both reached No. 1 song on ChristianRock.net, and "Tonight" was in the Top 5. The album reached The Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums chart peaking at No. 48. The album also reached the Billboard Christian Albums chart peaking at No. 27. It is the only Kutless album to feature bassist Nathan Stuart, who left the band shortly after its release.
All tracks written by Kutless.
|12.||"Grace and Love"||4:43|
- Jon Micah Sumrall - lead vocals
- James Mead - lead guitar, backing vocals
- Ryan Shrout - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Nathan Stuart - bass guitar
- Kyle Mitchell - drums, percussion
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Three music videos were released for this album, the most of any Kutless album to date. The video for "Your Touch" consists of the band playing in an empty building and walking around the streets surrounding it. The video for "Tonight" includes many varied shots of the band on tour, from playing on stage to talking to fans to many other activities. Finally, the video for "Run" shows the band playing in a dark room while the video tells a story of a woman and a man who argue over a Bible that belongs to one of them, and it ends with the woman sitting down and reading the Bible. All three of these videos were included on various compilation DVDs, as well as the special edition DVD of Kutless' album Hearts of the Innocent.
Note: that the music video of Your Touch is shorter than the album version of the song. For example, the music video length is 3:40 and the album is 4:24.
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