Pulse - The Rhythms Of Heaven

Sunday 1st July 2001
Pulse - The Rhythms Of Heaven
Pulse - The Rhythms Of Heaven

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: World Wide Worship WWW1490072

Reviewed by Howard Williams

Welcome to Wensleydale, the home of fine cheeses and music to match. Another album full of new arrangements of your favourite songs from a Sunday. This time it doesn't really qualify as dance remixes and even calling it pop doesn'treally fit and given that Matt Wanstall is one of the names behind the production I expected better.The first track "More Than Oxygen" is the only track that does anything of interest and is a reasonable pop mix but beyond that there is nothing to get your teeth into. "Reign In Me", with a female lead vocalist, brings a smile to my face when she drops into a very regional accent for the words "won't you". Okay, so you've guessed by now that I'm not particularly impressed with this product so why have I given it a decent box mark below? Well, the songs are of course familiar and it's easy to sing along to therefore to use as a tool to worship God it's landed a bullseye.

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