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Turning Point LP (2004)

Tracks:

1) If I fall
2) Take
3) Wake Up Me
4) Hollow
5) Oblivious
6) My Plea
7) Pretend
8) Find Me Here
9) Home
10) Chains
11) Don't Know How

12) High

Broken LP (2002)

Tracks:

1) Inside
2) Make Me
3) Goldfish
4) Take Me Away
5) Pour Me Out
6) The Sinner Song
7) Wonder
8) Broken
9) Poured Out (Reprise)
10) Bleed Enough
11) Hideaway

The Sinners' Song (2000)

Tracks:

1) The Sinners' Song
2) Make Me
3) Not Alone

We Can See LP (1998)

Tracks:

1) Big Blue Sky
2) Breath
3) Not Alone

4) Add To You
5) Is There... There is
6) Sacrifice
7) We Can See
8) Hope
9) Oh Sinful Me
10) Mercy Breeze

Clay EP (1997)

Tracks:

1) Stand
2) Not Alone
3) Heart of Tears
4) Calvary
5) Rescue

 

 


Turning Point LP (2004)

Here it is kids, the new record!! What you see before you is clay's first album that was recorded at 'fusebox studios' which belongs to david and billy from Clay,(This means that Clay have their own studio to work at whenever, yeaaaaaaaeeee!).

The name of the album 'turning point' came from a friend called Paul Johnston, who stated that this cd was a departure for us, what he thought was a turning point for Clay. Little did my friend know what he had done, he had set the wheels in motion, (thanks Paul!!).

These recordings deal with standards, promises and realities that the individual christain must face. Songs like 'Pretend' and 'Home' deal with the harsh cruelty that this world seems to possess and how that this planets inhabitants would sooner believe in anything than the truth of the Lords' return. On the other hand tracks like 'Take', 'My Plea' and 'Chains' give a positive feel to the challenges that all believers' must encounter.

All in all 'Turning point' marks the beginning of a long journey for Clay as they are trusting the Lord Jesus Christ in every step they make to win the young people of Ireland.


Broken LP (2002)

Broken was the accumulation of 18 months of hard work, at time in which none of us would forget.

At this stage we had just brought in our new bass player Billy which was having a positive effect on how Clay's new sound was forming.

This album had a very organic sound and a very real theme involving the everyday struggles that a christian would find themselves facing.

Tracks that personally stand out for me are Broken, Pour Me Out, Hideaway and Wonder, as they deal with the loneliness that even we can feel as believers but most importantly how the Lord's ever extending hands are always there to pick us up and to help us meet our needs.


The Sinners' Song (2000)

The single we released was really just to let the world and our fans know that we where still around (and that we still had the ablity to ROCK!!).

We wanted to give our listeners the opportunity to see the bridge that we were building, between the old and new material.

The Sinners Song was a tune that dealt with the humbling reality that even though I may have the ablity to achieve great goals for the Lord, I must always remeber the sin that can taint me. "That's were my name belongs..."

 


We Can See LP (1998)

This was a proof that we could do it, that we could release something that was bigger than we could imagine, this of course was the We Can See album.

Looking back in hind-sight the two song writers clashed, as one dealt with the joys of our faith as the other dealt with certain dark realities.

Stand out tracks are Not Alone and Mercy Breeze.


Clay EP (1997)

Everything that runs for a certain amount of time has to have a small beginning, this was ours..

When we first released this E.P. we thought we had done something great. It's amazing what a group of young, niaeve kids can conjure up, isn't it!

A major stand out track even if it goes slightly of key is the song Stand.


Rarities and Unreleased:

These are a colletion of song that never made it to a final release. They possessed certain promise but not enough to make them work.

This section will be updated constantly with new tracks.

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The Sinners' song music video:

This was filmed in London during May 2003. I have recollections of embarassing moments which consisted of having to sing at the top of my voice on the tube.

Memories of having to do a goofy intro that involved me and David glancing at one another in a kind of "Hey, what are you lookin' at manner!" All-in-all we were pleased with the overall finished product.

Enjoy!!

 

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