Having produced their double Platinum and self-titled 1995 debut, Jars of Clay members returned to their roots self-producing The Eleventh Hour . This time, they took a step further, not only writing and producing the new album, but also building their own recording studio in Nashville, Sputnik Studio, to record the album. A fully functional Macintosh computer-based studio, Sputnik was further recently featured at Apple.com. A New York Post reviewer, after hearing the new album, says, "Jars of Clay is a remarkably good rock band." "The Eleventh Hour is almost certainly the most accomplished of the band's albums to date," echoes The Tennessean. The Dayton Daily News says, "The Eleventh Hour is a tasty, balanced feast for the ears, mind and spirit." "The set marks a return to the creative well that fueled the band's successful 1995 eponymous debut," notes Billboard Magazine.
- Release Date: March 05, 2002
- Record Label: Essential Records
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