Joe Kisselburgh left the established Christian nu-metal group Falling Up for this solo pursuit, an album which shows a durable, more pop-oriented side of the singer/guitarist. Kisselburgh played most of the instruments on the recording besides drums and keyboards, a credit to the intense amount of music that was within his soul. Bringing Aaron Sprinkle on board as producer proved priceless. The mastermind behind Kutless and Jeremy Camp again tooled a highly accessible modern rock album. Another feather in Kisselburgh's cap was the benefit of his three years with his former group, a period which honed his creativity even during constant touring. The Send is ultimately its own sound and message, though Christian radio largely let it stay under the radar due to the lack of a strong single.
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AllMusic Review by Jared Johnson