Description of Stereotype Be by Kevin Max
Influenced by musicians like Elvis Presley, Queen and John Lennon, and by writers like C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Kevin Max offers up an incredibly creative new release in Stereotype Be. He fuses numerous musical genres into a cohesive whole, and combines his original poetry with equally orginal lyrics. For those fans who enjoyed Kevin's poems on previous DC Talk releases, there are two new ones on this album, read with the passion only a true poet can bring.
With deep, insightful lyrics, Kevin reaches out to those dealing with the struggles of life's reality. The song Existence was written to help those struggling with a sense of purpose in an often purposeless world. The song Be is Kevin's "appeal to people to be who God wants them to be", with a poignant reminder of the value of the individual. The poem Union of the Soul is a wonderful description of our dependence on God, and the importance of Him in our lives as we seek to be the people He has made us to be. Other songs include: Return of the Singer, Angel With No Wings, Shaping Space, Dead End Moon, Alycen and the Secret Circle, I Don't Belong, Blind, On and On, Her Game, and Deconstructing Venus, along with the poem I Went Over the Edge of the World.