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Inside (1995)

Updated: Sep 30, 2023

Inside is the tenth studio album by the Christian rock band White Heart. Released in 1995, it's their first album on Curb Records.

The band stylized its name as Whiteheart for this album. It's the band's only album to feature John Thorn on bass guitar and this would be the final album to have Brian Wooten on lead guitar and Jon Knox on drums as they left White Heart in 1996. The album is produced by Ken Scott whose producing and engineering credits include The Beatles, Elton John, Supertramp and David Bowie. White Heart's sound was scaled back from the arena rock from their previous releases to a more modern rock sound. Music videos were made for "Even the Hardest Heart" and "Inside."

Track listing

1. Inside (Billy Smiley, Rick Florian) -4:27

2. You Can't Take What You Don't Have (You Don't Have Me) (Billy Smiley, Brian

Wooten) -4:56

3. It Could Have Been You (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl) -3:54

4. Come One Come All (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl, Brian Wooten, Jon Knox)


5. Ritual (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl) -5:56

6. Living Sacrifice (Billy Smiley, Brian Wooten, Jon Knox) -4:52

7. Dominate (Mark Gersmehl) -4:04

8. Even the Hardest Heart (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl, Brian Wooten) -4:27

9. Speak Softly (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl) -5:06

10. Find a Way (Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl) -5:54


White Heart:

Rick Florian -lead vocals, backing vocals

Mark Gersmehl -keyboards, organ, piano, lead vocals, backing vocals

Billy Smiley -acoustic and electric guitars, backing vocals

Brian Wooten -lead guitar, acoustic guitar

John Thorn -electric bass guitar, acoustic bass guitar

Jon Knox -drums, percussion

Radio singles

1995 "Even the Hardest Heart" -#2 Christian CHR, #21 Christian AC

1995 -1996 "It Could Have Been You" -#5 Christian CHR, #39 Christian AC

1996 "Come One Come All" -#6 Christian CHR

1996 "Find a Way" -#20 Christian CHR

Next release: Redemption (1997)

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