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  • ** CLASSIC CHRISTIAN ALBUM ** One Sonic Society "Forever Reign" Album Review

    Sometimes the best worship songs are not those with rhyming poetic meter. Rather, they are simple heartfelt words directed to the Almighty aided by rousing anthemic melodies.

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  • Warr Acres “Future” Album Review

    Warr Acres isn't one to jump on the latest bandwagon of electronica meets contemporary worship. With church teams like Hillsong Young and Free, Soulfire Revolution, and even Bethel Music taking worship music to heightened beats, Warr Acres strikes the right balance between beat driven burners and soaring reflective worship ballads a la Darlene Zschech, Kristene DiMarco and Christy Nockels.

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  • Ghost Ship “Costly” Album Review

    "Ghost Ship" is not a shameless rehash of the 2002 horror movie of the same titular. Neither is it the latest "scare-you-out-of-wits" ride at Universal Studios. Nor is it the latest video game that will get our teenagers glued to it for days.

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  • Soulfire Revolution “Afterglow” Album Review

    Soulfire Revolution's internationally released debut album "Revival" was a sizzling jaw dropper. How many relatively new artists can actually get Jesus Culture's Kim Walker, TobyMac, and Martin Smith on their album?

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  • Tasha Cobbs "One Place Live" Album Review

    On her preceding debut studio "Grace," we met Cobbs. A Spirit-imbued worshipper brimming with a holy passion bursting at the seams, we were awed by how she belted out worship sizzlers such as "For Your Glory," "Grace," and "Break Every Chain." But somehow her energetic verve had been circumscribed on her debut studio album. Now, with "One Place Live," we find Cobbs uncaged as she delivers what is over an hour's worth of dynamic worship.

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  • Rend Collective “As Family We Go” Album Review

    One of the greatest compliment any critic could ever pay to an artist is when he or she is lost for vocabulary to describe the artist's sound. This is the case for Rend Collective. Ever since their Integrity Music released "Homemade Worship by Handmade People," this Northern Irish worship team has carved out a patented niche as far as worship music is concerned.

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  • 7eventh Time Down “God is on the Move” Album Review

    7eventh Time Down's brand new third album "God is on the Move" eschews the myopic in favour for broader (and more pressing) issues pertaining to the Christian faith. While many CCM albums hardly address issues outside the narrow confines of our personal relationship with Jesus, 7eventh Time Down takes a more panoramic approach.

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