Dance Praise - Expansion Pack Vol 3: Pop & Rock Hits

Published Wednesday 10th October 2007
Dance Praise - Expansion Pack Vol 3: Pop & Rock Hits
Dance Praise - Expansion Pack Vol 3: Pop & Rock Hits

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STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 23816-12621
LABEL: Digital Praise
FORMAT: CD Video resource

This product is currently not available from Cross Rhythms Direct

Reviewed by Mark Sherwood

I think the positive points with this is that anytime you can expose good Christian music to people it's a good thing and these groups are quality acts such as Relient K, Stacie Oricco, Newsboys, etc. It is a showcase of good music and a good way to introduce it to young people. It's also good from a fitness point of view. Now the negative comments, this title is only available on PC/Mac. The thing is normally you have quite small screens for PCs and this makes it difficult to follow the arrows. I wanted to do a dance competition in my youth group but I decided against using this package for the following reasons, first the poor screen size, and second the music. Note to the Nashville suits, the arcade scene doesn't normally use rock tunes, ie, a lot of the tunes found on here. In the mainstream you get dance, urban, sometimes hip-hop as these tunes lend themselves best to dancing. What I did with my youth group was get Dance Factory for the Playstation 2 which lets you use whatever songs you like and put Christian dance music with artists such as DJ Phase, Siminz and BlushUK. This worked really well. Our American cousins need to suss out what is happening musically in the arcade scene. This doesn't really make it.

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