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Manafest Improves Rap-Rock Blend on "Glory"

Certainly the whole rap-rock "thing" has been done numerous times, but while many of these projects make the style feel completely overdone, "Glory" is at least an enjoyable endeavor into the genre.

  • Brenten Gilbert |
  • February 15, 2007 |
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Lessons From a Dixie Chick

Ones to Watch: Soul P.

Soul P. has had the kind of life that would make a hit Hollywood film. He grew up on the streets of Seattle and had a tough home life. At age 17, found himself in a church amazed to hear people rapping about the love of God.

Cash's Final Release Provides Glance Into Soul

I imagine that parting words sound a lot like a Johnny Cash song. In his final release, the Man in Black provided a glance into his soul in what would be his final four months of life.

Worship as Refuge

Worship leader John Chisum explores the benefits that come when we remember, recite and take refuge in worship.

Chris Tomlin's "See The Morning"

After 15 years of writing songs for the church, Tomlin’s new 11-track album shows joy remains possible even in the messiness of life. Praise to God is not just for life’s prosperous seasons—it’s a constant way of living with hope.

Ones to Watch: Spur58

Named for a road near their hometown, Spur58 is a five-piece band that combines melodic guitar and piano driven pop/rock with honest, accessible lyrics. Their national debut, "Sleepwalkers," released in the fall.

Wide-Ranging Influences Mark Inhale Exhale's "Lost"

"The Lost, the Sick, the Sacred" combines blistering guitars, strong melodic sensibilities, guttural screams and progressive arrangements in a formula that references a wide range of modern and classic influences and, yet, sounds completely original unto itself.

  • John J. Thompson |
  • February 04, 2007 |
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GRITS: The Road to "Redemption"

Michael W. Smith and Leeland Mooring: Eye 2 Eye

  • Jay Swartzendruber |
  • January 26, 2007 |
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Ones to Watch: Matt Papa

Around the World in Adie Days

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • January 19, 2007 |
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Colorblind Still Energetic Despite Unoriginal Lyrics

You'd struggle to find much originality in the lyrics department on Colorblind. But, on balance, this is an energetic, fun record that seems geared to boosting Robert Randolph The Family Band's profile and keeping the accolades rolling in.

Newsboys: Stepping Up to the Microphone

  • Douglas Kaine McKelvey |
  • January 16, 2007 |
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