Adam Watts Named One Of The Best New Artists of 2004!From ChristianityToday.com:
"You may not know his name, but most know his work. This behind-the-scenes session man is the producer responsible for Jeremy Camp's breakthrough Stay, as well as music for the Supertones and Avalon. Sure, he's good, but who knew he was this good? The Noise Inside is sophisticated Brit-influenced pop like Travis and Taylor Sorensen with the hip indie sensibilities of Aaron Sprinkle and Pedro the Lion. And the talented multi-instrumentalist does it by writing, singing, playing, and recording most everything on the album himself, with lyrics that are overtly Christian and easy to relate to without resorting to cliché. Yet in the month since the debut's release, Adam Watts has gone almost completely ignored. Maybe it's too good for Christian radio and too spiritual for mainstream? A shame, because this album is a standout in CCM and certainly worthy of more attention."
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