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Review: The Altar And The Door By Casting Crowns

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God has us singing to the church and talking to a believer. To a culture now that would call it preaching to the choir-I guess we would call it discipleship. So, it’s really discipleship set to music.” (Mark Hall, on The Altar and The DoorBonus DVD). Challenging the church comes naturally to GRAMMY award-winning band Casting Crowns and is evident in the release of their recent third studio album, The Altar and The Door. 

Review:  Remedy By David Crowder Band

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Dr. Pepper. Ted Nugent. Squirrels. Banjos. World change. What do these things have in common? Remedyby David Crowder Band. For the band, this much anticipated release is also the proclamation of a new challenge for the band. They challenge audience members to infect positive change in their communities and around the world in the name of Christ.Remedy confronts the most common critique of Christian music--that it is too happy--with a mission-driven body of work that is sure to set the Christian music world on fire.

Review: Afterwords By Collective Soul

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hey say that you know a hit when you hear it. That is the case with the song "Hollywood" from Collective Soul's new album, Afterwords. "Hollywood" features a fun melody that you catch yourself tapping on the steering wheel in traffic and a chorus easy enough to remember for singing in the shower. 

Interview:  On The Road With Article One

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 As one of Inpop's newest bands, Article One is already a smash with their self-titled debut label album released in early May 2007. "In No Time at All" has claimed the #3 spot on the CANCON Adult Contemporary Chart and the band just recently finished a jam packed spring tour.…Read More

Review:  Glory Revealed: The Word Of God In Worship

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The laundry room, the Sound Kitchen, and the back of the bus don't sound like great places to record. However they are three of the places chosen to record the amazing worship album, Glory Revealed: The Word of God in Worship. Being recorded in unusual places has not stopped this album from housing the multi-artist hit “By His Wounds,” or being a collection of some great songs that we should hear for years to come. 

Five Score And Seven Years Ago By Relient K

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From their beginnings as a campy pop-punk sensation to the commercial successes of the band’s last three consecutive gold albums, there is no doubt that Relient K has grown into the mainstream of alternative rock.  Their forthcoming “Five Score and Seven Years Ago” reflects a new musical and lyrical maturity, but it also made me long for the “old days” of straight-up fun with Matt Theissen (lead vocal/guitar/piano) and his crew.  

Review:  Amazing Grace: Music Inspired By The Motion Picture

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If you are thirsty for the classic music of yesteryear, the new release Amazing Grace: Music Inspired by the Motion Picture will wet your palate. Familiar hymns, such as “Amazing Grace”, “How Great Thou Art”, “Fairest Lord Jesus”, and “Rock of Ages”, have been revamped appealing to a wide range of listeners.

Review: The Song Inside The Sounds Of Breaking Down By John Mark McMillan

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  Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you'll recover your life. I'll show you how to take a real rest."  (Matthew 11:28, The Message) That verse could be used to sum up John Mark McMillan's newest album.  "The Song Inside The Sounds Of Breaking Down" comes at you like an emotional freight train, and if you manage to stow away for a while, it's a rough but rewarding ride.

Review:  For Freedom By Jimmy Needham

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"Here's yet another college-kid worship attempt.  Hum-drum guitars, a decent but unremarkeable voice, and the loose college praise band behind him."  That's what I thought before I popped the CD in.  Jimmy Needham may look young, but his writing abilities belie any preconceived notions you may form from the CD cover. 

From Speedwood to Slinky: An interview with Lost and Found

by Author Unknow Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

  In Northeast Ohio you'll find an amusement park called Cedar Point that has the tallest, fastest, steepest roller coaster in the world. If you were to stand at the exit and interview people as they came off the ride, you'd get responses like these: "Ohhh man…it was like…geeze…awesome and…you...and…Read More

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