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  • Kirk Franklin “Long Live Love” Album Review

    With his white high turtle neck and snow-colored jacket, Kirk Franklin looks like a priest waiting in his confessional booth for his next crestfallen parishioner. And with the symbol of the cross at the centre of the album cover, it looks as if Franklin was wearing a golden crucifix on his chest. But rest assured, this isn't a rigid neo-Catholic liturgical affair.

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  • LIFE Worship “LIFE Worship Collection” Album Review

    After three full-length albums and one Christmas single, Integrity Music has found it fit to release "LIFE Worship Collection."

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  • Dawn Michele “Surrender” Album Review

    Dawn Michele's "Surrender" is a breath of fresh air. Too often worship albums fall into the same mechanical rut where they come across as being manufactured by the same music machine. They recycle far too many cliches and tropes that they all blend together without much distinction. But Michele's debut solo record deviates from such an assembly line of manufactured worship music.

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  • Adam Crabb “Clean” Album Review

    If you like your Gospel music climaxing in crescendos of expressive and heartfelt moments, you will adore Adam Crabb's new Daywind album "Clean."

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  • Chris Rice “Untitled Hymn: A Collection of Hymns” Album Review

    Flash back 12 to 15 years, Chris Rice was the new generation following in the heels of stalwarts such as Kathy Troccoli, Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith. Not only was he placing top charting hits on the CCM charts, Rice was also scoring secular AC hits including the top 10 "When Did You Fall (in Love with Me)" and the top 30 "Lemonade."

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  • Orla Fallon “Sweet By and By” Album Review

    Harpist/violinist Orla Fallon's latest effort "Sweet By and By" is beautiful. Fallon, who was part of the international phenom Celtic Woman from 2005 to 2009, has a voice that is simply enchanting.

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  • Master’s Voice “Vintage” Album Review

    It's almost mandatory that every Christian artist these days will record an album of hymns and/or cover songs sometime in their careers. Many have chosen to record a hymns collection while they are in-between projects in order to buy some time and to satisfy the insatiable desire of fans for more new music. Therefore, the merit of such projects depend on how these acts try to breathe new vitality into these old chestnuts. "Vintage" is Masters Voice's attempt.

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  • Newsboys “United” Album Review

    Loud = excellent = successful. Newsboys must have embraced this algorithm while making this album.

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  • Martin Smith “Iron Lung” Album Review

    "Iron Lung" is a strange title for a worship project.

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  • Thrive Worship “A Thousand More” Album Review

    In short, though Thrive Worship does reinvent the wheel of worship music, they still have their merits.

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