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Caedmon’s Call’s Raising Up the Dead album will be featured as AmazonMP3’s “Deal of the Day,” Mon. Nov. 15. The album produced by member Derek Webb will be priced at only $3.99. The following day, Raising Up the Dead will release to all digital retailers. To view the album on AmazonMP3’s “Deal of the Day,” click here.
The 12 song record from the Texas-based band released directly to fans via the band’s website in mid-Sept. Caedmonscall.com received over 11,000 downloads of a free advanced preview of the record, including “Sometimes A Beggar” and “She,” in the first week alone. Twitter was also lighting up with fans both promoting and sharing the link to the free music.
With career sales exceeding 1 million albums and going on 16 years in the industry, Texas-based band Caedmon’s Call has made the leap from independent act to Christian music mainstay.  Caedmon’s Call has launched sixteen national releases.  Among its accolades is; an Album of the Year Dove Award, a Billboard Music Video Award nomination and seven No. 1 radio singles.
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