Good Christian music is just harder to find. It's not all Michael W. Smith and Chris Tomlin out there, you know. Finding it is just the hard part.
Some of the better Christian music is more mainstream, e.g. Switchfoot and Relient K and Hawk Nelson, although some of it is an "acquired taste", like Switchfoot's "Oh! Gravity" kinda stinks until you listen to it a whole lot, it just takes a while to really like it. Well, IMO.
I must say, though, that the majority of, *shudder*, "CCM" sounds exactly the same and is sort of a creative slump. What I mean is that we need something fresh and new.
Anyway, soooo I would say that secular music has a lot more talent for the most part.
I listen to:
dc talk (yes, I still own those old albums....)
Relient K (although not as much as I used to, and not as much as my sister, who is a die-hard fan)
Sanctus Real (they're ok)
GRITS (once in a great while. I'm not a huge fan)
Weird Al Yankovich (spl?)
some others I can't remember the name of. Oh yeah, and I enjoy some movie soundtracks, although I don't own any.
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