Christian City Youth - No Longer I

Published Thursday 24th November 2005
Christian City Youth - No Longer I
Christian City Youth - No Longer I

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 13709-7171
LABEL: Seam Of Gold SGCD041
RELEASE DATE: 2005-09-30
RRP: £2.50

Reviewed by Jacob Bengtsson

In the same way that Hillsong United have been gaining a reputation for youth orientated worship, so the guys at Oxford Falls are also connecting with young and enthusiastic audiences. Worship leader Nikki Fletcher opens with the upbeat rocker "Goes Out To You" but is followed by mainly softer material which has an astonishingly calming effect - in an entirely positive sense. Track number eight "Remain" is the epitome of the album which on the whole makes for good meditation music. However, there are some annoying exceptions to this harmonious chill out session, like track number 12 "Jesus You're The One" which is like waking up from a beautiful dream to the noise of a pious Blink 182. On the whole this project is fully worthy of favourable comparison to the material of its Hillsong compatriots.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Hannah Crean in Sydney, Australia @ 08:27 on Aug 3 2006

I think that this is the bestest album ever. I think you are rong about track 12. As a commited CCC Oxford Falls attender I find that you just love the songs no matter how different they are. Its all worship to one God... did u remember that?
lv hannah!

Reply by Hayden Jeffreys in Sydney @ 12:01 on Oct 29 2006

THE BEST ALBUM EVER! yesh go hannah woa!! this is the best album and is a MUST buy topic!!! God bless, Hayden

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