Polarity (The Wedding album)

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Polarity
TheWedding-Polarity.jpg
Studio album by The Wedding
Recorded October 2006
Genre Christian Punk
Pop punk
Alternative
Length 59:41
Label Brave New World Records
The Wedding chronology
Rumble in the South EP
(2005)
Polarity
(2007)
The Sound, The Steel EP
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Polarity is the second release from American punk rock band, The Wedding. Polarity was released on April 17, 2007. The new album showed a drastic change, vocally and musically, from the band's debut album. Polarity features guest appearances by Davy Baysinger from Bleach, duet vocals; Dan Spencer Supertones with a trumpet line; and Josh Robieson (Flatfoot 56), bagpipe riff. This is the last album to include Lead Vocalist/Pianist Kevin Kiehn.

"Say Your Prayers" is the first single from the record. It was released to radio airwaves February 17, 2007. In the first week of release, "Say Your Prayers" tied for the number 1 spot in radio station adds on Radio and Records national Christian Rock charts (February 23, 2007). Within the second week, the song hit the top 30 (March 2, 2007). On March 30, 2007, it entered the ranks of the top 10.

The band gave away a free song, "It's Time To Rock, OK?", off the album through the website My Free Music Friday.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Call" (0:47)
  2. "Say Your Prayers" (3:33)
  3. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" (3:47)
  4. "Staring At The Light" (3:45)
  5. "This One's for You" (3:43)
  6. "I-540" (4:07)
  7. "It's Time To Rock, OK?" (3:30)
  8. "Rebound" (3:19)
  9. "Schizophrenia" (4:06)
  10. "The Last Stand" (2:55)
  11. "Misery Loves Company" (3:42)
  12. "Southside" (4:08)
  13. "Revelation" (4:01)
  14. "Fireworks" (3:11)
  15. "Diamond of the South" (hidden track)
  16. "Southside" outtakes (hidden in pregap)
  17. "Say Your Prayers (Acoustic)" (3:44) (iTunes Bonus Track)

Credits[edit]

  • Kevin Kiehn: Lead Vocals, Piano
  • Cody Driggers: Guitar, Vocals
  • Trevor Sarver: Guitar
  • Jeremy Ervin: Bass
  • Joe Rickard: Drums
  • Mark Lee Townsend: Producer
  • J.R. McNeely: Mix Engineer
  • Mat5t: Mastering

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