Yfriday - The Universal Broadcast

Published Monday 2nd June 2008
Yfriday - The Universal Broadcast
Yfriday - The Universal Broadcast

STYLE: Rock
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 44036-13981
LABEL: Survivor SURCD5121
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 2
EXTRAS: DVD
RELEASE DATE: 2008-03-31
RRP: £3.99

Reviewed by Rebecca Bridge

Jam-packed full of great songs penned over the years by the Newcastle rock worship stalwarts, this release, both CD and DVD, is a live recording from The Riverside Centre in Derby. Songs from the 'Universal' and 'Revolution' albums feature heavily as well as a stirring version of "Holy, Holy, Holy" from their first album 'Rainmaker.' It was this song that lead singer, Ken Riley, says opened doors for the band. It certainly did. Nine years on, five albums down the line, here is the evidence from when Yfriday walked through those doors. This album is energetic, dynamic and also gives a sense of how the audience respond in worship to their music. The accompanying DVD is the same live session as on the CD and with the on stage visuals the atmosphere is, if anything, increased. A full-on rock worship experience.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Intro [Listen]
2. Universal [Listen]
3. Someone I Can Live For [Listen]
4. Wonderful [Listen]
5. I'm Yours [Listen]
6. Hands Up [Listen]
7. Holy Holy Holy [Listen]
8. How Can We Dance- [Listen]
9. Shine2 [Listen]
10. Rise [Listen]
11. Start Of The Summer-rain [Listen]
12. Gravity [Listen]
13. Everlasting God [Listen]
14. One Hope [Listen]
15. Revolution [Listen]

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