This is the debut from 2007 which established this precocious pop talent on the US CCM scene but somehow missed the Cross Rhythms reviewing process. Not that that omission stopped your favourite media organisation from selecting five tracks for its radio stations and all of them - "Holiday", "Good Day", "Don't Worry Now", "Say It" and "World That Breaks" - are as catchy confections as you're likely to hear anywhere. It was that famed production duo, DoubleDutch, who put together my favourite "World That Breaks" though producers Tedd T and Adam Smith are no slouches either when it comes to underpinning Britt's distinctive voice with biting pop rock arrangements. The lyrics don't go too far ("tired of living this way/tired of everyday" and "will you take this heart and make it more like you/I'm yours"). But, all in all, this is still pure pop put together with considerable skill.
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