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  • New Wine Worship “You Restore My Soul” Album Review

    If there's such thing as love at first hearing, it must have had happened while listening to New Wine Worship's "You Restore My Soul." While some worship albums take repeated listenings for one to warm up to, there's something about this new record that immediately grabs us.

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  • Sunday Drive “A Million Miles” Album Review

    The success of an album ultimately rests on the song choices. Albums can temporarily surge in popularity with the hype artists can build around it or with the star power of artists guesting on the tracks. But at the end of the day, the longevity of an album still resides in the songs. Whether an album makes it or not still has to be judged by whether the songs have something to say and whether they are said in a memorable and engaging way. Sunday Drive understands this point well.

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  • The Martins “Still Standing” Album Review

    There's such an adrenaline gush of passion bursting through this new record that you think the Martins are about to jump out of the speakers. Not only do they own every note they sing, they sing with such believability and conviction that you need to have a heart of stone not to be arrested by these songs.

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  • Planetshakers "Heaven On Earth Part Two” Album Review

    Just like the first volume, this EP adopts the same template with 4 new songs with two uptempoes and two ballads. However, while the first instalment was recorded all across Asia, this current set is more modest.

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  • Martin Smith “Love Song for a City” Album Review

    Thanks to Smith and Integrity Music, now we too get the chance to indulge in these faith-growing moments as His word is being formed in us. Grab this album and witness how the world's worshipping Jesus.

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  • Best Worship Songs of 2018: A Half Yearly Review

    With the first half of 2018 behind us, let's take a moment to reflect on some of the best worship songs that have been released this year. This year, we have no shortage of new worship albums by the movers and shakers of the genres. So, here goes:

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  • Hillsong Young & Free “III” Album review

    Although Young and Free (Y&F) share the same moniker "Hillsong," it is quite a different entity compared to their older counterparts such as Hillsong Worship & UNITED. Y&F, as the titular suggests, is the youth worship team of the Australian megachurch. And it is helmed by the church's global pastor Brian Houston's daughter Laura Toggs.

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  • Joel Vaughn “Control Vol. 1” EP Review

    Joel Vaughn hits a number of high points with his new record "Control Vol.1." The EP, which is the first of a two part volume, contains 5 new songs. This is also Vaughn's third record to be released under the imprint of DREAM Records.

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  • Greater Vision “Life is a Song” Album Review

    It's a challenge to say anything depreciative about a Greater Vision album. Over the last 28 years, the trio but now a quartet has perfected their signature sound. Not only are they seamless in their harmonies, they also exude individuality when they each tackle their parts.

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  • Javen “Grace” Album Review

    Too often Gospel music can be too presumptuous. With a tiny hook that last for only a few seconds, many songwriters think they can sloppily extend that into a six or seven minute song padding it with fluff. This has given the genre a bad reputation of producing more ab libs than carefully thought out melodic structures. Javen is a rare exception.

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