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It’s Good Vs. Evil on Project 86's Rival Factions

Spider-Man is not the only one battling inner demons and the dark side of self this summer; we all are. Project 86 tackles the classic good vs. evil theme on Rival Factions, the band’s sixth full-length release and its most original and enjoyable album to date.

Greatest Hits Introduces dcTalk to a New Generation

In addition to sixteen tracks, dcTalk’s Greatest Hits serves up eleven of their most popular music videos. And while this disc doesn’t offer much to the established fan, it is just in time to bring music from an iconic band to a new generation.

Everyday Sunday: Waking to a Dream

Everyday Sunday’s latest album is one they have “dreamed of.” Yes, it’s something to be excited about. So are No. 1 radio singles such as “Wake! Wake Up!” and securing a slot on the main stage at this year’s Cornerstone Festival.

Emotional Spectrum Found Lacking on Do You Feel

The Rocket Summer’s previous release was a nearly flawless album with its only true pitfall being the lack of a broad emotional spectrum. Even the sad songs sounded happy, and unrealistically so. Unfortunately, with TRS’s latest, Do You Feel, this remains the same.

All of the Above Points Listeners Outside the Church

Songs on Hillsong United’s All of the Above don’t just include platitudes to God but confront the worshipper with challenges, as Hillsong United motivates a generation to seek justice and be Christ’s messenger outside church walls.

Former Hard Rocker Debuts Salvation Lights

Having walked away from his hard-rockin’ days with the Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies and then Stevie Ray Vaughn’s Double Trouble, Mike Farris delivers the same exuberant edge to his INO debut and hits it right outta the park.

The Cross Movement: Will The Movement Stop?

Having recently completed work on HIStory: Our Place In His Story—the follow-up to their GRAMMY® nominated CD Higher Definition—the members of The Cross Movement are discussing a seemingly absurd topic: When should they release their final Cross Movement project?

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • July 03, 2007 |
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Rookie Rockers Impress with Rush of Fools Debut

Just over a year ago, Rush of Fools was leading worship on a local level and decided to sign up for Youth with a Mission’s inaugural “Band with a Mission” contest. Upon winning, Rush of Fools found itself quickly snatched up into the world of labels, studios and touring.

Good Music Is Made with These Friends of Mine

These Friends of Mine reminds listeners of a group of friends passing the guitar around. It is the simple, yet beautiful, combination of good friends making good music.

All Star United Challenges with Love and Radiation

The sly power of All Star United continues on fifth release, Love and Radiation. With music so well crafted, brilliantly witty and thoughtful, they definitely earn the right to challenge our thinking and living.

Undeniable: Mat Kearney, An Emerging Rock Star

If hearing an artist’s song hyped on mainstream pop radio while you’re on the way to meet up isn’t proof that he’s an emerging rock star about to break out in a big way, the fact that people in the sushi bar next door to the theater where he’s playing later recognize him—from the back—definitely is.

  • Brian Quincy Newcomb |
  • June 26, 2007 |
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More Worship for the Church on Holding Nothing Back

Holding Nothing Back stays true to Tim Hughes’ modern worship sound. With driving beats and infectious melodies, his songwriting is easily accessible to today’s church.

Timing Could Be Off for Cheri Keaggy’s Latest

Cheri Keaggy’s Because He First Loved Us should be enjoyed in many churches and fellowships and among slightly older audiences. But, unfortunately, it might not find as warm a reception outside of the dwindling AC market.

New Trio Blends Country, Rock and Pop on 33Miles

With a name that refers to the 33 years that Jesus lived on earth and the fact that He had (and we all still have) “miles” to cover while on this planet, 33Miles unashamedly debuts as the “Christian” Rascal Flatts.

Portable Sounding-Board: tobyMac's Reconciling Passions

Portable Sounds is bookended by tracks that evidence tobyMac’s passion for loving thy neighbor. And since racial reconciliation and diversity have remained front and center for Toby for more than 15 years, we decided to dig a little deeper into the subject.

  • Douglas Kaine McKelvey |
  • June 19, 2007 |
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Innocence Mission’s Song Another Quiet Triumph

Songwriter, vocalist and pianist Karen Peris has always written in the vocabulary of childhood. On The Innocence Mission’s We Walked in Song, she explores the still-fresh loss of her parents through vintage images of days in the park and birthday parties.

Webb Sounds The Ringing Bell for the World

With The Ringing Bell, Derek Webb takes his listeners on a retro, rhythm-driven trippy stroll through ’60s rock & roll sounds and lyrics that are expectedly deep—though happily conversational and even funny.

Keaggy Stays Close to Home on Dream Again

Phil Keaggy has described Dream Again, his first vocal album in six years, as a “relationship album,” touching upon our relationship with God and those He has placed close to us.

Matt Redman: The Beautiful News About Worship

He’s one of the most influential voices in modern Christendom. Yet, for all the positivity and uplift in his repertoire, the Englishman understands that not everyone enters a spiritual setting ready for praise songs.

  • Brian Quincy Newcomb |
  • June 12, 2007 |
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Unorthodox Reveals Redemptive Hip-Hop in Community

With this double-disc set, Urban D offers up the best music of his near decade-long career as well as a DVD overview of the revolutionary hip-hop oriented Crossover Church. Even as the Tampa-based fellowship has come into its own with Urban D as pastor, D himself is coming into his own.

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • June 10, 2007 |
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