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Hawkology a Brilliant Choice for Newcomers

This triple disc set doesn't include any new material, but it bundles together the group's first three projects—Letters to the President, Smile It's the End of the World and Hawk Nelson ... Is My Friend—at a budget price.

Carlos Whittaker Brings Ragamuffin Soul to the Worship Arena

Lyrically channeling his spiritual thoughtfulness into a modern musical mix, singer/songwriter Carlos Whittaker's debut package, Ragamuffin Soul, is a worthy competitor for his worship contemporaries.

The O.C. Supertones ReUnite for a Bit

After a five-year hiatus, Christian ska's favorite sons are back together for some summer spot dates at major festivals. Though this isn't the reunion albums fans were hoping for, it's an ultra fun 13-track recollection of the group's horn-heavy catalogue thus far.

Revelation Songs Offers More Compelling Worship

Revelation Songs is a star-studded project. And though that summary may cause its vertical focus to be discounted, be not mistaken—each professional performance is only a gateway into compelling worship of the One true celebrity.

Nightlights Marks Progression for Jimmy Needham

The growth curve climbed exactly as imagined. For those who've caught the first two Jimmy Needham releases—2006's Speak and 2008's Not Without Love—the Houston native's progression continues at the same impressive rate as before on Nightlights.

Delirious? Goes Out with a Brilliant Farewell Show

The Farewell Show—Live in London CD and DVD packs in plenty of career crests from the band's history-making tenure, captured in front of more than 5,000 fans at the UK's sold-out Hammersmith Apollo.

College Pop Matures on What We Want, What We Get

A former staple on the college music circuit, one of Nashville's favorite, formerly independent singer/songwriters, Dave Barnes, is maturing into a full-fledged pop artist with his fourth full-length project, What We Want, What We Get.

Sixteen Cities' Debut Not Distinct Enough

Sixteen Cities enjoys a nice, comfortable road down the well-paved highway known as Christian pop on its debut—making a decent enough, self-titled album in the process but not enough to make a distinct mark.

Modern Pop Found in Everything You've Been Looking For

The young collective's first full-length record, Everything You've Been Looking For, is simply modern pop with a slightly retro slant thanks to Cameron Jaymes' lead vocal hints at vintage soul and a plethora of diminished chord progressions.

Hymns Reinvented on Some Glad Morning

Familiar tunes abound on Hymns: Some Glad Morning, but every track has been reinvented beautifully by Cindy Morgan. Each song roots itself just enough in the rich gospel tradition without relenting to the predictable formats that have gone before.

Superchick Mixes It Up on Reinvention

On Reinvention, Christian music's favorite smorgasbord band, Superchick, mashes it up once again, churning out retooled versions of the GRAMMY-nominated group's favorite catalog songs.

The Light Meets the Dark a Sure Fan-Pleaser

The Light Meets the Dark takes the pop/rock elixir served up on 2008's Over and Underneath and largely hits "copy and paste" to create a strong sister release sure to gives fans more of what they wanted.

Hearts of Saints Poised for Breakout Success

There are plenty of reasons to embrace Hearts of Saints' self-titled effort, starting with pristine production from Ainslie Grosser, crossed with a sound that falls somewhere in between the stadium shaking sounds of Switchfoot and the alternative dance pop sensibilities of The Killers.

Missions Inspires the Music on Vagabonds

The title to The Classic Crime's latest long player implies a certain need to travel; and while the alternative rock act is no stranger to touring, the inspiration actually comes from a more missions-minded journey.

MercyMe's Lovewell Not Quite a Concept Album

To call MercyMe's latest project, The Generous Mr. Lovewell, a concept album would be an overstatement. But there's certainly a unified thread that runs throughout the 11-track collection of uplifting pop and rock.

Patty Griffin Gets Spiritual on Downtown Church

Traces of gospel have pervaded Patty Griffin's melancholic discography ever since she made her 1996 debut. But not until recently did the folk songstress decide to record a full-fledge spirituals record.

Ultimate Collection a Cohesive Mix for the Uninitiated

Matt Redman has created memorable anthems for the global church for the better part of two decades and been seen as instrumental in major worship movements like Soul Survivor and Passion Conferences.

Karen Clark Sheard Continues the Legacy with All in One

With a history of GRAMMY wins and chart-topping albums, Karen Clark Sheard looks to build on her family name with All in One, a rollicking gospel/soul stomp through every conceivable emotion and expression.

New Songs and Old Favorites on Passion's Awakening

With eight new songs and other favorites such as "How He Loves" from David Crowder Band, Passion: Awakening adds another impressive offering to a catalog that already leads the worship music pack.

Beeching Returns to Worship Roots with Eternity Invades

Though Eternity Invades musically clones the worship music's infatuation with Brit-rock, it is rare the genre is able to marry depth of verse with current musical elements. And for that, Vicky Beeching deserves a bit of praise all her own.

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