No Doubt (Petra album)
|Studio album by Petra|
|Released||August 26, 1995|
|Producer||John & Dino Elefante|
The tone of the album is more pop-oriented than any previous release featuring Schlitt. Most of the rock songs lack the driving edge of their previous albums, and the sonic field is no longer flooded with distorted guitars, leaning more toward a calculated, radio-friendly sound.
All the guitars in the album were played by founder Bob Hartman. However, since he had quit touring with the band before the release of the album, new guitarist David Lichens was enlisted to travel with the band and appeared in the album art and promotional pictures.
All songs written by Bob Hartman, except where noted.
- "Enter In" – 5:00
- "Think Twice" – 4:19
- "Heart of a Hero" (Words by Brian Wooten) – 4:10
- "More Than a Thousand Words" – 4:58
- "No Doubt" – 4:54
- "Right Place" – 3:38
- "Two Are Better Than One" – 3:43
- "Sincerely Yours" – 4:16
- "Think on These Things" – 4:24
- "For All You're Worth" – 4:14
- "We Hold Our Hearts Out to You" – 4:11
- Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album in 1995.
- Won Dove Award for Rock Album in 1996.
- David Lichens - Guitar, vocals
- John Schlitt - Lead Vocals
- Jim Cooper - Keyboards, vocals
- Ronny Cates - Bass, vocals
- Louie Weaver - Drums
- Bob Hartman - All guitars
- Chris Rodriguez - background vocals
- Micah Wilshire - background vocals
- John Elefante - Additional keyboards
- The Nashville String Machine - Strings
- Tom Howard & John Elefante - String arrangement
- Recorded at the Sound Kitchen - Cool Springs, Franklin, Tennessee
- Mixed by Steve Marcantonio & Terry Christian
- Mastered by Hank Williams at Master Mix
- Strings recorded at Great Circle Sound, Nashville, Tennessee
- Strings recorded by Dave Murphy
- Allmusic review
- Mutillo, David (HM Magazine) (2003). "The Truth About Petra: John Schlitt Answers the Tough Questions".