Steve Camp seems to think the gravelly screeching of his voice and guitars are much more aggressive then they really are. Like much of the Christian Contemporary music in the 1980s, One on One earnestly attempted to reach kids by parroting the pop stars their parents listened to (which means Camp was imitating not Phil Collins or Billy Joel, but his own Christian contemporaries). But unlike many Christian rockers, Camp honestly acknowledged that he was preaching to the converted. His lyrics do reflect that kind of uncompromising honesty -- an attribute which is considerably more noteworthy than most of his music.
One on One Review
by Darryl Cater
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