- Performer:Dan Morse
- Title:Breaking Through
- Date of release:March 17, 2009
- Size FLAC version1418 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1560 megabytes
- Size WMA version1665 megabytes
- Formats:MOD WMA MMF MP2 ASF ADX
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or sometimes Question or Question Mark) is a Christian progressive rock concept album by t Neal Morse, his fifth studio album. Released in 2005, this single-CD album is about the tabernacle in the wilderness. Morse has stated that this album should be considered one long epic track rather than twelve separate tracks.
Album Name Vol. 2 (Breaking Through).
American modern rock band. Breaking Through - "Something To Believe In" (Official Video).
Features Song Lyrics for The Wreckage's Breaking Through - Single album. Breaking Through Lyrics. The Wreckage Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Breaking Through Lyrics. Sever every tie Untangle every line Your words don't mean anything anymore, no You're never satisfied But I won't compromise myself for you anymore Anymore no. You're so complicated I'm so over it. Don't tell me everything is alright (I know you know) Don't tell me how to live my life I'm Breaking Through tonight. Don't tell me Everything is alright (I know you know) Don't tell me How to live my life I'm Breaking Through tonight (Don't tell me) I'm Breaking Through tonight (Don't tell me) I'm Breaking Through tonight. About Breaking Through. Breaking Through appeared on The Wreckage’s self-titled debut EP and was the first single they released. The song is currently The Wreckage’s biggest hit.
The orchestration on this album stood out for me. I loved that each instrument in the orchestra was used effectively and idiomatically to produce lilting and soaring melodies, sharp attacks, and dramatic crescendos. The orchestra never overpowers the lovely piano playing - these two elements are well balanced, both in terms of the orchestration and the overall mix.
CreditsDan Morse - Primary Artist
|3||Breaking Through||Dan Morse||5:06|
|5||Burning Desire||Dan Morse||3:38|
|7||Lights Away||Dan Morse||4:23|
|8||State Lines||Dan Morse||4:49|