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Captiva Sure to Be a Hit for Falling Up

The third time is the charm for this insanely talented rock band from Oregon. They hit it big with their first album, and the second showed promise and growth. But with Captiva they hit a home run out of the park.

Jump5 Bids Farewell on Hello & Goodbye

After nine years of singing and dancing together, popular youth favorites Jump5 are calling it quits to pursue other avenues of expression. Hello & Goodbye is the band’s swan song.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • October 25, 2007 |
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Eisley Grows Up on Combinations

Eisley has grown up. Gone (for the most part) is the world of make-believe for this “indie pop” group, presenting a more mature look at life on its newest album, Combinations.

Trin-i-tee's T57 a Shot in the Arm for Urban Gospel

Whether they’re singing about good times, their relationships or the Lord, Trin-i-tee 5:7 never skips a beat. T57 is so hip and current, it’s the shot in the arm urban gospel has been needing for some time.

Focus Is on the Family on Plumb's Blink

On Blink, vocalist-wife-mother Tiffany Arbuckle Lee gives listeners a window into her profound joy and awe of the beauty of family life done well. And it comes across very well on this immensely personal album.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • October 18, 2007 |
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Caedmon's Stays Acoustic, Relevant on 15th Effort

On the band’s 15th effort, Caedmon’s Call initiates another round of welcome dialogue. The tone remains acoustic, and the song lyrics are mostly three-minute narratives about life in the real world.

  • Lizza Connor Bowen |
  • October 15, 2007 |
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Over the Rhine's Trumpet Child Begs to Be Turned Up

Whereas understated arrangements and moody music has urged quiet listening in the past, The Trumpet Child begs to be turned up. It may take a few spins to fully endorse Over the Rhine’s lighter side, but it is well worth the effort.

Diverse Group Comes Together on 3:16 Songs of Hope

The 3:16 Songs of Hope CD features a widely diverse group of artists singing gospel-related songs from their respective albums, with the exception of Jaci Velasquez, the only artist with two songs, one of which is a brand new release.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • October 11, 2007 |
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B-Sides, Rarities and Remixes on L.A. Symphony's Unleashed

Instead of giving fans a “best of” rehash, L.A. Symphony unearth a decade’s worth of b-sides, rarities, remixes and radio drops featuring all members past and present on Unleashed.

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • October 08, 2007 |
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A Deeper Level Succeeds in a Live Atmosphere

Gleaned from three nights of worship with guest appearances from T-Bone and Chris Tomlin, and clocking in at 16 songs, A Deeper Level succeeds in bringing the live atmosphere to the personal setting of choice for Israel & New Breed fans.

Grey Holiday Brings Fun, Focus to Glorious Revolution

What stands out quickly on a first spin of The Glorious Revolution is the focused sense of mission. Yes, the Texas-based quartet known as Grey Holiday is having a good time, and so will you. But there’s something more happening here.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • October 04, 2007 |
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Chapman Makes a Welcome Return in This Moment

It’s been three years since Steven Curtis Chapman’s last studio album, and This Moment is a welcome return by the artist who continues to set the standard for great pop music with a message.

  • Deborah Evans Price |
  • October 01, 2007 |
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Mr. Del Stays on Trend with Hope Dealer

Building on two decent releases and 2005’s The Future, Mr. Del stays on trend with Platinum producer Drumma Boy (Young Jezzy) for some chart-topping minimalist crunk flavor on Hope Dealer.

  • Anthony Barr-Jeffrey |
  • September 28, 2007 |
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Live Monsters Captures the Jars Concert Experience

Jar of Clay’s Live Monsters captures the live experience of the band’s most satisfying and aggressive rock from the critically acclaimed Good Monsters project. The 24-mics deliver flawless sound quality, and the minimal post-production enhances the clarity even further.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • September 27, 2007 |
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Passion, Power Still Intact on Paper Skin

With more of a stripped-down vibe than earlier projects, Paper Skin retains the intense passion and reflective power we’ve always appreciated in Kendall Payne. She thoughtfully examines issues of trust, relationships, and pain, always with a deep honesty overlooking none of life’s complexities.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • September 24, 2007 |
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Hip-Hop and Hope Found on Red Cloud’s Most Wanted

For those waiting for a big Christian hip-hop “crossover” artist, the wait may well be over. With a fervor that’s undeniable, Red Cloud digs into his past as a former gang member to deliver the message of hope found on his third full-length album, Hawthorne’s Most Wanted.

  • Brenten Gilbert |
  • September 21, 2007 |
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Becki Ryan Comes to the Fore with Make a Way

You may not realize you’ve heard Becki Ryan before, as she’s sung backup for Amy Grant, Clay Aiken and Hilary Duff, and even sings the theme song for NBC’s The Today Show. Yet Becki feels strongly that her true calling is to lead Christ followers in worship.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • September 20, 2007 |
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No Sophomoric Behavior on Galactic Conquest

The punk pop genre has been known, let’s face it, to lend itself to sophomoric behavior, repetitive beats, and a notable lack of imagination. But Eleventyseven’s sophomore release, Galactic Conquest, is decidedly un-sophomoric.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • September 17, 2007 |
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Veteran Returns to Form with Won’t Fade Away

After a 10-year recording hiatus, industry vet Rick Cua is back with a stellar, 12-song collection of rock worship anthems that capture the freshness of modern expressions of worship while staying true to his rock & roll roots.

More Innovative Worship on Robbie Seay Band's Away

The Robbie Seay Band leads worship for several weekly gatherings at Houston’s Ecclesia Church, a ministry respected for its artful presentation of biblical truth. If this leads you to expect intelligent, innovative worship on their second disc, you’d be correct in your assumption.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • September 13, 2007 |
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