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  • Meredith Andrews “Receive Our King” Album Review

    Christmas albums are a tricky affair. If an artist decides to go the traditional route by tackling solely the seasonal carols, they are bound to get criticisms for being a slough. Then if she decides to do originals, comparisons with the standard carols are bound to emerge. Meredith Andrews has decided to take the middle road of half and half, where she mixes the more contemporary compositions with the tried-and-true. But she doesn't just divide the songs neatly between the two camps.

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  • Point of Grace “Sing Noel” Album Review

    After all these years, Point of Grace still sounds angelic with their gorgeous harmonies. Time has been very gracious to them: they still have flurry layers of tenderness and verve like they did back in the 90s. In the 90s, these girls were unstoppable. Each single that they released was fated for the #1 position, thus making them one of the most successful groups in CCM.

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  • ICF Worship “The Journey: A Collection” Album Review

    Every worship leader ought to have this album in their collection. If you have had ever led worship in church before you would know that songs that are conterminously (1) singable for the congregation, (2) Biblical and theological in content, and (3) not individualistically trite and not cycling along the endless loops of repeated clichés are rare.

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  • Hillsong Worship “The Peace Project” Album Review

    Hillsong Worship has broken their own record with the release "The Peace Project." Ever since 1992, Hillsong Worship has never failed to deliver at least one live album per year. Normally, the release of the recording would also coincide with the Hillsong Annual Conference in Sydney around July of each year. However, without Darlene Zschech on the helm, things have become more and more unvigilant.

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  • Brandon Heath “Faith Hope Love Repeat” Album Review

    In every era of CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) there are the standard gatekeepers who ensure that the genre's music are kept abreast with the times. A generation ago, there were Amy Grant, Kathy Troccoli, and Michael W. Smith. In today's current crop, there are David Gunn, Matthew West and Brandon Heath.

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  • Matt Marvane “Resistance: The English EP” EP Review

    Matt Marvane's EP titular "Resistance: The English EP" needs some explanation. Marvane is a French worship leader. And in his homeland of France, Marvane is not only known for his worship songs, he also has had success in the secular sphere.

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  • Bradley Walker “Blessed: Hymns and Songs of Faith” Album Review

    Though Bradley Walker is signed to Gaither Music, he's vastly different from the imprint's representative genre of artists. He isn't your typical Southern Gospel soloist. Rather, gifted with a smooth backwoods tenor that calls to mind a younger Vince Gill, there's flourishes of bluegrass and country in his Gospel music.

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  • Jeremy Camp “The Answer” Album Review

    Jeremy Camp takes the adage "if it ain't broken, don't fix it" seriously. He has adopted the same patented template he has had been using for his last couple of albums on "The Answer."

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  • The Kingdom Heirs “The Last Big Thing” Album Review

    As orotund as the titular may suggest, "The Last Big Thing" is indeed a big record. Its hugeness is manifested in at least two areas.

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  • Kathie Lee Gifford “The Little Giant” Album Review

    You need to be incarnational if you want to make a children's album. Many artists who attempt such a venture often fail when they try to make a kids' record they like without ever asking the million dollar question: "what makes children tick?"

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