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Fire and Ice (1984)

Updated: Jan 9



Fire and Ice is the fourth studio album by Christian singer - songwriter Steve Camp. It is his first album on Sparrow Records released in the spring of 1984 and his first album in nearly three years since Camp left Word Records.


Fire and Ice would solidify Camp as one of the most popular artists in Christian music in the mid 1980s. Mixing some soft rock songs, like the duet "Love's Not a Feeling" featuring Sparrow label mate Michele Pillar, which became a Christian radio hit, with rock songs like the title song and "Squeeze." "Living in Laodicea" became a radio and fan favorite. The album was ranked at number 96 from CCM Magazine in their 2001 book The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music. Camp co-wrote seven songs with fellow CCM singer - songwriter and friend Rob Frazier.


Camp makes his first chart appearance on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart as Fire and Ice peaked at number 14. The track "Light Your Candle" was originally recorded for his final Myrrh Records album It's a Dying World, which was released later in 1984. For this album, Camp added the line "Let it burn bright in the face of the devil" in the chorus. Fire and Ice is produced by Camp and John Rosasco.


Track listing

All songs were written by Steve Camp and Rob Frazier, except where noted.


1. Upon This Rock -3:40

2. It is Good (Steve Camp, Rob Frazier, John Rosasco) -3:45

3. Love's Not a Feeling (duet with Michele Pillar) -4:19

4. Heart of Stone -4:12

5. Living in Laodicea (Steve Camp) -4:07

6. Squeeze -5:00

7. Fire and Ice -2:57

8. Light Your Candle (Steve Camp) -3:51

9. What Would the Devil Say -3:01

10. Where Are the Heroes (Steve Camp) -4:44


Radio singles

1984 "Love's Not a Feeling" with Michele Pillar -#4 Christian AC/CHR

1984 "Living in Laodicea" -#13 Christian AC/CHR



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