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Michael W. Smith
"Worship Again"

© Reunion Records

Year of Release: 2002

track listing
  • Step By Step/
    Forever We
    Will Sing
  • You Are The Lord
  • The Wonderful Cross
  • Ancient Words
  • Lord Have Mercy
  • The Sacred Romance
  • I Can Hear Your Voice
  • I Give You My Heart
  • There Is None Like You
  • I See You
  • You Are Holy
    (Prince Of Peace)
  • Lord Have Mercy
    (with Amy Grant)
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • There She Stands

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    "Worship Again"

    It wasn't too long ago, that we saw the debut of Michael W. Smtih on (07/25/2010). Just as this debut album, Michael W. Smith's music is very powerful, full of worship and praise. Worship Again is a continuation of his Worship album, consisting of live performances, and a few studio cuts. Most of the songs are displayed in a relaxed atmosphere in sound, yet the lyrics is as powerful and in praise, as the upbeat numbers. All in all, it's an album of pure Christian, Gospel, and powerful tracks.

    There are only really 3 upbeat numbers in sound: The opening track - "Step By Step/Forever We Will Sing," "You Are The Lord," and "You Are Holy (Prince Of Peace)." Not to say the rest of the album slows down the pace, nor makes it less to listen to. Not a chance -- The remaining songs are probably the most relaxing pieces of music you can ever listen to, with the powerful lyrics of praise in Christian music. "The Wonderful Cross," "Ancient Words," "Lord Have Mercy" are very spiritual, easily cleansing the listener's ears of spirituality, and the negligence of hearing other "distracting" sources of music. "The Sacred Romance" is a beautiful (yet could be classical) instrumental, leading into the next beautiful song, "I Can Hear Your Voice." The choir gives the song "I Give You My Heart" a sincere powerful feeling. Feelings of pleasantness and worship are stored in "There Is None Like You" and "I See You."

    The studio cuts are all pleasant in worship -- "Lord Have Mercy" is the same song as heard previously, yet this version includes the vocals of Amy Grant. "Here I Am To Worship" and "There She Stands" are both nice, relaxing. ("There She Stands" is a bonus track.)

    Fulfilling the Christian and Gospel genres, Worship Again proves that Michael W. Smith is a powerful performer. For the true Chrsitian music fans, you really can't go wrong with his music. Give this one a try, and afterwards, the powerful feelings will overflow, and a positive attitude.

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