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Taste the Sky (2006)*

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Helming from the biggest state in the U.S., Selectric Records pop/rock act Dalton debuts with Taste The Sky. Dalton probably couldn't come at a better time. With the modern worship scene becoming inundated with tired retreads of popular forms of songwriting, it's groups like Dalton that dabble in such a genre with a creative and refreshing outlook.

To call Dalton a worship band wouldn't be fair to these Texas rockers. The themes on Taste The Sky range from the worshipful to the encouraging, not limiting their songwriting to one specific subject. The record opens strongly with 'City Lights,' a pop/rock song in the vein as Delirious? or Tree63, boasting a memorable melody and pristine harmonies. The title track 'Taste The Sky' is sort of an anthem for life and is followed up by 'Life Afraid,' a song that serves as proof that Dalton can craft a rock ballad just as effectively as an upbeat anthem, lyrically encouraging the listener to seize the day. Preston Dalton's vocals are versatile enough to sound good in both formats, with the band's instrumentation easily complimenting his efforts. It's rare to find this much talent brimming from such a young band. Taste The Sky is a well-crafted pop/rock record from one of the more impressive debuts you'll discover this Spring. While there's room for growth and further exploration stylistically, there's something fresh about Dalton's music. Fans of Delirious?, Tree63, and Sanctus Real should especially take a look. It appears that Selectric Records may definitely have a breakout band on their hands. - John DiBiase
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