Victims of the Age

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Victims of the Age
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Studio album by
Released1982
Recorded Poiema Studios
Camarillo, California
The Gold Mine
Los Angeles, California
Genre Folk/rock
Label Home Sweet Home
Producer Mark Heard
Mark Heard chronology
Stop the Dominoes
(1981)
Victims of the Age
(1982)
Eye of the Storm
(1983)
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Victims of the Age is an album by Mark Heard, released in 1982 on Home Sweet Home Records. This album was listed at #32 in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music (Harvest House Publishers, 2001).

Contents

"Heart of Hearts" later became a hit on Christian Radio when it was covered by Leslie Phillips.

Track listing

All songs written by Mark Heard.

Side one

  1. "Victims of the Age" - 3:18
  2. "City Life Won't Let Up" - 3:43
  3. "Faces in Cabs" - 3:12
  4. "Nothing is Bothering Me" - 3:55

Side two

  1. "Some Folks' World" - 4:36
  2. "Growing Up Blind" - 4:39
  3. "Dancing at the Policeman's Ball" - 3:59
  4. "Everybody Loves a Holy War" - 4:27
  5. "Heart of Hearts" - 3:08

The band

Production notes

"Thanks to Bill and Marsha, John and Linda, Billy, Guy (#8) Denton, Linda at Laursens, Chris and Shanon, Daryl and Dawn, Tom and Dori, Jonathan, and the Benson folks. Love to the Circle of Cynics, Pat and Pam Terry, the Strat Brothers. Chuck and Sandra Perefit, Jon and Diane, Jean and the Screaming Cheese Band in Zurich, the L'Abri folks in Huemoz and Chesieres, Calhoun, Peter and Becky, and my folks."

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