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Top Songwriters Unite for CompassionArt

Martin Smith had a dream: to gather some of the best Christian songwriters in the world for a one week songwriting marathon that would result in a new album. The result? CompassionArt: Creating Freedom from Poverty.

Sheard Increasingly Exceptional on Bold Right Life

Audiences have literally watched Kierra Sheard grow up in the spotlight, though now that the singer’s out of her teens and approaching womanhood, she’s making noticeable strides at more mature sounding music.

Groves Makes Yuletide Meaningful on O Holy Night

Effortlessly moving between the meaningful and the whimsical comes the first Yuletide release from Sara Groves, one of the most brilliant artists caroling on the contemporary Christian porch. And it’s about time.

This Glorious Christmas Takes a Stylistic Journey

This fall the siblings in Annie Moses Band contribute their refined sound to This Glorious Christmas, their first major label debut. And the disc is amazingly cohesive, even with a stylistic journey through bluegrass, pop, jazz and classical music.

Music Critics' Picks 2008

So many albums. So little time. Which music projects were worth listening to this past year? CCMmagazine.com’s editorial team offers their top choices for the best faith-based albums of 2008.

Have a Chipper, Cheerful pureNRG Christmas

Outside of Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus, pureNRG may be the most popular of today’s faith-focused crop, which explains the flurry of recent projects including a concert DVD and this Christmas disc, A pureNRG Christmas.

Lecrae's Beats Grab Attention on Rebel

Even though Lecrae honed his rhyming chops on the streets of Houston as a teenager, the rapper never succumbed to the gang-infested lifestyle. Instead, he accepted Christ at 19, focused on refining his skills on the mic.

Skillet Packs a Punch on Live CD/DVD Combo

Synced lighting, a balanced stage and John Cooper’s commanding presence translate on DVD, while special effects and post-production miracles make the final footage as stimulating as the quartet’s pounding performance.

Grant's Christmas Collection a Definitive Compilation

Amy Grant’s The Christmas Collection is a definitive compilation. Thoughtful sequencing, new packaging and notes and sensitive mastering create a seamless archive that now sound even fresher than the originals.

Anberlin’s New Surrender One of the Year's Most Essential

Long story short, New Surrender is hands-down one of 2008’s most essential albums to own. It is sure to position Anberlin as much deserved cross-cultural superstars, as the modern rockers are now part of the major label leagues.

Switchfoot Offers Greatest Hits on The Best Yet

The most exciting part about The Best Yet is not only the fact it compiles all the monster hits from the band’s Columbia Records crossover years, but it also includes a handful of tunes from its often overlooked re:think era.

Reiterate Finds GRITS Coloring Outside the Lines

GRITS' switch from Gotee to their own label, Revolution Art, finds the pair coloring a little outside the usual lines. But not at the expense of the chemistry and confidence they’ve steadily built since rising up alongside the rap days of dcTalk.

Camp Continues Growth on Speaking Louder Than Before

No matter what the topic, Jeremy Camp once again grows as a writer and vertically-focused entertainer whose continuously developing testimony is just as inspiring as the reflections sewn across Speaking Louder Than Before.

Building 429 Unleashes Fresh Vision on New Project

In a “season of finding what God has in store” and no longer conforming to “what everybody wants us to be or what we think we should be,” Building 429 front-man Jason Roy explains the band has something of its own to say.

Ruth’s Anorak One of the Year’s Finest

Anorak completely trumps Ruth’s debut—from the songwriting to the musicianship and back again. The songs here are tight, mature and entirely enjoyable. And it will be, without a doubt, one of 2008’s finest releases.

Mary Mary Mixes R&B, Gospel and More on The Sound

The Sound issues a musical force that erases any preconceived notions of Mary Mary’s capabilities. The sisters lay down the law, inserting elements of not only R&B and gospel, but electronic, dance, vintage soul and straight-up pop.

Missing Pages Includes Unreleased Tracks, Remixes

KJ-52's The Yearbook: Missing Pages is a sequel of sorts to 2007's The Yearbook and provides several unreleased tracks from the recording sessions, plus a handful of remixes.

A Soulful Collection Extended on Mandisa’s Christmas

After last year’s Christmas Joy EP, Mandisa extends her holiday offerings this year on the full-length It’s Christmas. Three of the same songs pop up, but there are plenty of additional tracks in this soulful collection.

It's Christmas the Shane & Shane Way on Glory

It’s the new tunes that stand out as the highlights on Shane & Shane’s first-ever Christmas project, Glory in the Highest. The instrumentation is richer on these tracks, and they are full of the duo’s signature sound.

Haddon Gets His Groove Back on Revealed

After a slight stylistic departure with the 2006 R&B/gospel-soul-infused concept album 7 Days, Deitrick Haddon has found his urban groove again with Revealed, the tenth and arguably boldest album in his eclectic career.

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