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  • Endless Highway “Countless” EP Review

    There are songs you can listen to; and then there are songs that invite you into its narrative world where you can engage, interact, and identify with its protagonists. Endless Highway's brand new EP "Countless" presents passageways into six story songs, where the plots are intriguing and the characters are amicable and endearing.

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  • Cody Carnes “Run to the Father” Album Review

    By his own admission, Cody Carnes is a piano-man. He writes his music behind those black and ivory notes. This is why seven out of the nine cuts of Carnes sophomore solo record are all piano-based ballads.

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  • Passion “Roar (Live)” Album Review

    Passion not only greets the dawn of each new year with their mega conference, but they also accompany their momentous meetings with their live album releases. Each year as the conference gets bigger and bigger in attendance, so does the execution of their album. This year's release is no different. "Roar (Live)" as the titular indicates is a ferocious, impacting and a powerhouse of a record.

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  • Karen Peck and New River “Lift His Name” Album Review

    "Lift His Name," as the titular suggests, is filled with songs executed from a worshipful disposition. Though it is not be a corporate worship album per se, the record is filled with songs that come from a posture of submission and adoration to the majesty of Jesus.

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  • The Taylors “Salvation’s Song” Album Review

    "Salvation's Song" isn't just the name of the Taylors' fourth record for StowTown Records. It's also the theme that gels the songs together. This is thus a concept album where all the seven songs revolve around the Gospel and its ramifications in our daily living. In this world darkened by sin's nocturnal powers, this album is such a shinning lodestar.

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  • Paul Baloche “Behold Him” Album Review

    You can always count on Paul Baloche to deliver a good worship album. Never yielding to the temptation of singing at an insanely high octave or repeating the tagline of a song endlessly in order to incite passion and excitement, Baloche has always keyed his songs in solid theology and easy-to-sing melodic structures.

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  • David and Nicole Binion “Glory of Eden” Album Review

    Finally there's a worship album that goes beyond the standard tropes and the recycled cliches. Enlarging the lyrical radius to encompass more of Scripture than the usual "I praise you Lord" rhetoric, this album is a breath of fresh air. On David and Nicole Binion's "Glory of Eden," we are exposed to more Scripture than the majority of worship albums.

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  • The Crabb Family “20/20” Album Review

    If "20/20" denotes vision of perfect visual sharpness, this new record clearly captures vignettes of the Gospel unfolding in the happenstances of life.

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  • Avalon “Called” Album Review

    Comeback albums often come with a tinge of nervousness. This is particularly true of Avalon's first album in 10 years. In the 90s, Avalon could do no wrong. Everything they put their voices to resulted in #1 records.

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  • Jeremy Camp “I Still Believe: The Greatest Hits” Album Review

    To capitalize on Jeremy camp's upcoming movie "I Still Believe," Capitol Music Group has put together haphazardly this collection.

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