|Studio album by|
|Released||August 24, 1999|
|Studio||Southern Tracks, Atlanta, Georgia; The Boardroom, Nashville, Tennessee|
|Genre||Christian rock, Southern rock|
|Producer||Monroe Jones, Jim Dineen|
|Third Day chronology|
|Jesus Freak Hideout|
|New Release Tuesday|
|The Phantom Tollbooth|
Time is the third studio album from Christian rock band Third Day. It was released on August 24, 1999 by Essential Records.
The album features ten songs chosen from more than 30 the band had managed to write during their tour the previous year. Some of the songs left out can be heard in the album Southern Tracks , which was released with limited copies of Time.
The album is also a return to the band's original southern rock roots, after their departure to a grungier style on their previous album. According to their website "with Conspiracy No. 5, we were really setting out to prove something. With Time, we just tried to be ourselves."
All music written by Third Day. All lyrics by Mac Powell, except where noted.
|1.||"I've Always Loved You"||4:27|
|3.||"Took My Place"||2:14|
|4.||"Never Bow Down"||3:29|
|5.||"Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36)"||3:56|
|6.||"Don't Say Goodbye"||Mark Lee||4:35|
|8.||"Can't Take The Pain"||4:50|
|9.||"Sky Falls Down"||Lee||3:49|
|US Christian Albums (Billboard)||1|
|US Billboard 200||63|
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