Code of Ethics Lost In Egypt
- Released: February 10, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Go Global Records
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Code fans weren't the only ones itching to get back on the dance floor. Nine long years had elapsed since Barry Blaze's band hung it up, and in that time the amount of contemporary Christian electronic dance music had dwindled significantly. It was easy, therefore, to say it was worth the wait for LOST IN EGYPT, a diverse treatment in what is now a lost art. The mood ranges from dance electronica to light industrial, breezing between the stylings of Depeche Mode, Black Lab, Erasure and Cause & Effect. Bouyant one minute then ambient the next, Egypt serves well those who miss the days of authentic dance hall fare. Though the absence of production partner Tedd T. (Mute Math, Rebecca St. James) is notable, the album still sounds natural with Blaze turning knobs himself. Higlights include the title track, which describes being lost in sin, and his spot-on cover of Depeche Mode's "People Are People," a surprisingly perfect fit on a Christian album.
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