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Skillet
Studio album by Skillet
Released October 29, 1996
Genre Christian rock, post-grunge
Length 38:37
Label Ardent Records
Forefront Records
Producer Paul Ebersold
Skidd Mills
Professional reviews
Skillet chronology
Skillet
(1996)
Hey You, I Love Your Soul
(1998)

Skillet is the self-titled debut release from the Christian rock band Skillet. Released in 1996 as an enhanced CD and audio cassette from Forefront Records and Ardent Records, it showcases powerful Christian lyrics with a grunge rock sound. Skillet was, at the time, a three-piece band composed of John Cooper on vocals, bass and piano, Trey McClurkin on drums and back-up vocals and Ken Steorts on guitar, back-up vocals and the guitar synth.

Track listing

  1. "Falling Inside The Black"
  2. "I Can"
  3. "Gasoline"
  4. "Saturn"
  5. "My Beautiful Robe"
  6. "Promise Blender"
  7. "Paint"
  8. "Safe With You"
  9. "You Thought"
  10. "Boundaries"
  11. "Splinter"

Credits

Music videos

Skillet's self-titled album was the only album of theirs that they made multiple music videos for until Comatose had four. Every album in between had just one, except for Ardent Worship, which had none.

The "I Can" is a basic video, and shows the band playing on a stage along with various shots of the crowd worshipping God. The video was clearly shot during an actual live show, as it adds a part on the end of the song where John Cooper witnesses to the crowd, and adds an extra portion of the band playing.

The "Gasoline" also shows the band playing on a stage, though it is not known if this was during an actual show or if it was simply for the video shoot. It also features scenes of John crawling around in an outside scene, meant to be crying out for God.

The "Saturn" video features the band wandering around a large telescope and laboratory, as well as playing on a rooftop.

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