Beauty from Pain 1.1

Beauty from Pain 1.1

by Superchick



Superchick reissued its smash Beauty From Pain in summer 2006 as part of a migration to Columbia Records. Legendary producer Steve Lillywhite (U2, Dave Matthews Band) championed the band, adding one new track and three remixes on what was issued as Beauty From Pain 1.1. The new tune -- the gushing "Stand in the Rain" -- easily worked its way up CCM alternative radio charts, following the same route as the band's earlier hits "Anthem," "One Girl Revolution," and "We Live." Make no mistake, this is the stuff that pre-teen believers live for: female-powered punk-pop with outright positivity, though Beauty is admittedly a little less buoyant than their previous efforts. More meaningful subject matter grew out of the bandmembers' personal lives, most of whom went through break-ups while recording material for this transition album.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/20/2007
Label: Inpop
UPC: 0804147138707
catalogNumber: 71387

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Superchick   Primary Artist
Max Hsu   Guitar,Keyboards,Turntables,Sampling
Travis Wyrick   Bass,Bass Guitar
Caitlin Evanson   Violin
Brandon Estelle   Drums,Vocals
Melissa Brock   Vocals
Tricia Brock   Vocals
Matt Dally   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar,Vocals
Dave Ghazarian   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar
Claire Indie   Cello

Technical Credits

Max Hsu   Programming,Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer,Audio Production,Cut
Frank Ockenfels   Cover Photo
Sandra Stephens   Vocal Arrangements
Travis Wyrick   Guitar Engineer,Drum Engineering,Drum Editing
Lee Bridges   Engineer,Drum Editing
Matt Dally   Programming,Producer
Dave Ghazarian   Programming
Brian Gocher   Programming
Brian Fitch   drum programming

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Beauty from Pain 1.1 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is their best album yet!
Guest More than 1 year ago
after I herd the song "stand in the rain" on K-love I knew I needed the CD it was on and now every time I hear it I think of how the kids at school teased me and made fun of me. there really was beauty through pain and God helped me get through it!I'd recomend it to any Christian or anyone who's haveing a tough time in life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every teenage girl should listen to this message but any Christian dealing with hurt and pain will be uplifted.
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