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Talent Is the Star on Watts' Happening

For all the cameos and collaborations on Watts Happening, Ohmega Watts’ talent is still the star. His melodic ability to blend head-nodding, horn-based funk with international percussion and left-field, bass heavy minimalism makes his latest a sonic feast.

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • December 10, 2007 |
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Extras Make Red’s Silence Worthwhile

Special Features on Red’s End of Silence Deluxe Edition include: the video for “Breathe into Me,” a behind-the-scenes documentary, a Photo Montage set to a studio track and some fun tour videos from the road. In the end, this edition won’t disappoint.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • December 07, 2007 |
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Pretty & The Plain Full of Old Soul Flavor

The Pretty & The Plain, soul-stirring and full of heart, should only increase JJ Heller’s ministry opportunities. With an intriguing quality of the past to it, her music has an old soul flavor that is more prominent in this sophomore offering.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • December 04, 2007 |
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Maturity on Display in Sarah Masen EP Collection

The latest project from singer/songwriter Sarah Masen showcases a maturity she has developed both spiritually and lyrically. Sixteen songs on three EPs: Magic That Works, History of Light and Shadows and Women’s Work Is Alchemy comprise her first release in six years.

  • Jonathan Isaac Harms |
  • December 03, 2007 |
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Big Band, Sizzling Vocals Flavor Adams' Time

Yolanda Adams really cuts loose on What a Wonderful Time, revealing her sizzling, soaring vocal skills on this, her second album of Christmas music. She’s got a big band sound behind her, and together they make this one of the year’s most interesting holiday projects.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 30, 2007 |
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Demon Hunter’s Storm Explodes with Metal Thunder

The latest onslaught from metal favorite Demon Hunter opens with an explosion of thrash metal thunder and a torrential downpour of screaming vocals, guitars and speed drumming that rivals anything this genre has seen or heard in years.

Snow Shimmers with Signature Relient K Humor

Relient K’s 14 various prior outings makes any wise music lover run toward a new project of any kind. The good news is that Let It Snow … Let It Reindeer overflows with all the signature humor, harmonies, and style that we have come to expect.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 27, 2007 |
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Passion Movement Vet Debuts with We Shine

Modern rock worship band Fee has a lengthy, significant history leading up to its major label debut, We Shine. Bandleader Steve Fee has been a primary leader in the Passion movement since its inception.

  • Jackie A. Chapman |
  • November 26, 2007 |
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Alathea Downsizes and Perseveres on Roots

The path of creative expression has not always been the smoothest for Alathea, formerly a trio and now, for My Roots Grow Deeper, a duo for the first time. But the same spirit of persevering strength that is apparent in the lives and ministry of this talented bluegrass pair runs through this album.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 23, 2007 |
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Indie, Hardcore Musicians Worship on Tonight

Tonight the Stars Speak, the first project from The Glorious Unseen, is what happens when musicians from the indie and hardcore scenes seek to create their own worship music.

One Wintry Night Delivers a Dramatic Christmas

One Wintry Night is billed as a concept album, designed to take “listeners on an inspiring musical journey that explores all the joy and wonder that is Christmas.” If you like your Christmas music big, and on the dramatic side, this is the one for you.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 20, 2007 |
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All That Is within Me an Exuberant Return for MercyMe

After enduring a couple years of personal tragedy that colored its recent albums with a tinge of melancholy, All That Is within Me is, by contrast, an exuberant, defiant, stand-up-and-shake-your-fist-at-the-devil, rock & roll worship album.

Lyrics Are the Real Genius on Cannons

On Phil Wickham’s Cannons, the real genius is in the song lyrics. Observing the world with a keen eye for detail, he recognizes God in the ordinary. But he pens it in a way that captures the original inspiration of the divine moment.

  • Lizza Connor Bowen |
  • November 16, 2007 |
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Contemporary Worship Flows on Make You Known

Make You Known flows very much in the tradition of Integrity’s original worship series, with a slight contemporary edge. If you like live congregational worship experiences, this is definitely one of the better collections.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 15, 2007 |
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Humanitarian Efforts Inform Sara Groves' Latest

In the past few years, Groves has put her faith into action, helping Hurricane Katrina survivors and becoming involved in other humanitarian efforts. On Tell Me What You Know, she shares the things she’s learned.

  • Deborah Evans Price |
  • November 12, 2007 |
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Hip Hope 2008 Not for Dedicated Hip-Hoppers

Hip-Hope 2008 will have mass appeal. Unfortunately, the dedicated hip-hopper looking for next level inspiration from a truly broad cross section of artists will probably need to look elsewhere.

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • November 09, 2007 |
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The Washington Projects Return with Resistance

Now known as The Washington Projects (formerly Souljahz), brother and sister Je’kob and Rachael Washington bring more hip-hop to their latest, Commanders of the Resistance.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 08, 2007 |
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A Different Ocean Full of Isolated Instruments, BGVs

Two noticeable differences mark As I Lay Dying’s latest disc, An Ocean Between Us: a slight separation between the instruments, allowing one to identify guitar, drum or bass before it takes the kill shot to listeners’ ears, and also the addition of harmonious BGVs that decorate more songs than not.

Mix of Styles a Plus on Connersvine Debut

Not every track is iPod worthy on Connersvine’s self-titled debut, and the thick guitars can wear after twelve tracks. But the mix of styles helps hold your attention and make this disc worth your time.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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Emery’s Man Marked by Loss, Regret

It’s impossible to check out Emery’s latest, I’m Only a Man, and not get the drift that the guys have several issues weighing heavily on their hearts, particularly loss and regret.

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