History Makers - Loud Worship From History Makers

Published Wednesday 24th August 2005
History Makers - Loud Worship From History Makers
History Makers - Loud Worship From History Makers

STYLE: Rock
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12967-2579
LABEL: History Makers 8203682
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Jeremy Williams

This CD does exactly what it says on the tin: 13 loud rock and roll worship songs from a dynamic new Australian youth conference. Lots of big riffs and choruses that are best heard in big tents full of people, "The Maker" being my personal favourite. With a number of different songwriters and artists, this is a varied set and not everything is anthemic. "The Wonder" is a simpler, piano-led prayer. "Just For Me" segues into a repeated refrain of "All I want is you," borrowed from the U2 song of the same name, the memorable riff creatively reinterpreted on the piano. If I had a criticism, it would be that at times the vocals aren't gritty enough to match the music. But this is a minor point on an otherwise energetic and passionate album that should give plenty of ideas to those seeking something a little more edgy for their worship set.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Revolution [Listen]
2. I've Found You [Listen]
3. All Of The Earth [Listen]
4. Be With You [Listen]
5. The Wonder [Listen]
6. I Surrender [Listen]
7. Wash Over Me [Listen]
8. Let Your Rain [Listen]
9. Just For Me [Listen]
10. All I Want Is You [Listen]
11. All For You [Listen]
12. How I Love You [Listen]
13. The Maker [Listen]
14. Everything I Need [Listen]
15. Loud [Listen]

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