We Cry Out: The Worship Project

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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
There are nearly as many subgenres of Christian pop music as there are of pop music generally (if you haven't heard Christian death metal, it's worth seeking out), but frequently Christian pop sells its message subtly, and sometimes even coyly -- you might hear lots of second-person devotionals that could easily be mistaken for conventional love songs, for example. But when an album bills itself as "The Worship Project, you know that there's going to be no mealy-mouthed doubletalk. And even if the word "worship" in the album title didn't tip you off, consider the song titles: "Jesus Saves," "You Are the Lord," "Everlasting God," "King Jesus," etc. Jeremy Camp has never ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
There are nearly as many subgenres of Christian pop music as there are of pop music generally (if you haven't heard Christian death metal, it's worth seeking out), but frequently Christian pop sells its message subtly, and sometimes even coyly -- you might hear lots of second-person devotionals that could easily be mistaken for conventional love songs, for example. But when an album bills itself as "The Worship Project, you know that there's going to be no mealy-mouthed doubletalk. And even if the word "worship" in the album title didn't tip you off, consider the song titles: "Jesus Saves," "You Are the Lord," "Everlasting God," "King Jesus," etc. Jeremy Camp has never been especially reticent about the faith-based nature of his music, but he's all out on this one, and one nice thing about being this explicit about the religious exhortations in your songs is the fact that it really frees you up to rock out -- no matter how loud the guitars get, no one is going to call this devil music. In fact, these songs work best when they're rocking hardest: "Jesus Saves" is anthemic and gorgeous, and perfectly showcases Camp's rich, chesty voice; "Everlasting God" is similarly (and appropriately) huge in sound and abundant in its melody; and even the relatively tame power ballad "Mighty to Save" delivers a solid hook. "Not Ashamed" and "The Way" both suffer from relatively unexceptional melodies, and when Camp takes a chance on a slow 6/8 with "Overcome," the results are OK but not great. But the cameo from his equally talented wife Adrienne on "You Are the Lord" is perfect, and "You Never Let Go" is spot-on as well. This album is perfect getting-up-in-the-morning music for Christian teenagers who need a little bucking up before they go out to face the world -- and that's pretty clearly exactly what it was meant to be.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/24/2010
  • Label: Bec Recordings
  • EAN: 5099930791626
  • Catalog Number: 07916
  • Sales rank: 61,594

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Jesus Saves (3:47)
  2. 2 Not Ashamed (4:14)
  3. 3 The Way (3:57)
  4. 4 Mighty to Save (5:22)
  5. 5 We Cry Out (3:56)
  6. 6 You Are the Lord (4:21)
  7. 7 Everlasting God (4:05)
  8. 8 Overcome (8:03)
  9. 9 You Never Let Go (4:29)
  10. 10 Unrestrained (3:15)
  11. 11 King Jesus (4:41)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jeremy Camp Primary Artist, Background Vocals
Brown Bannister Percussion, Piano, Keyboards
Eric Darken Percussion
Luke Brown Background Vocals
Scott Dente Acoustic Guitar
Blair Masters Piano, Keyboards
Jerry McPherson Electric Guitar
Randy Williams Electric Guitar
Jennifer Paige Choir, Chorus
Tom Lane Choir, Chorus
Aimee Joy Weimer Choir, Chorus
Michelle Swift Choir, Chorus
Adrienne Camp Background Vocals
Ken Lewis Percussion
Missi Hale Choir, Chorus
Terry White Choir, Chorus
Felicia Wolfe Choir, Chorus
Leif Skartland Drums
Jacob Sooter Piano, Keyboards
Debi Selby Choir, Chorus
Walt Smith Bass
Joy of Africa Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Brown Bannister Programming, Producer, overdub engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Doug Sarrett overdub engineer
Chance Scoggins Director, Choir Arrangement
Dave Dillbeck Digital Editing
Rob Williams Composer, Engineer
Brandon Ebel Executive Producer
Mike Snider Booking
Matt Maher Composer
Matt Redman Composer
Reuben Morgan Composer
Jeremy Camp Composer, Producer
Chuck Butler Digital Editing
Tyson Paoletti Executive Producer
Tim Hughes Composer
Matt Balm Management
Brenton Brown Composer
Colin Heldt overdub engineer
Buckley Miller Digital Editing
Jordan Butcher Art Direction
Andrew Schubert Engineer
Brad Townsend Engineer
Jon Egan Composer
Beth Redman Composer
Ben Fielding Composer
Nick Herbert Composer
Ken Riley Composer
Rob Ghosh Digital Editing
Billy Whittington Digital Editing, overdub engineer
John Bannister Digital Editing
Hector Mjana Director
Grant Dryden Composer
Brad Peens Composer, Director
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Awesome! Jeremy did it again!

    This CD is one of my absolute favorites! Very positive, with a live sound. Even though this album has some popular and common songs that other artists have done, Jeremy adds his own flavor to them. Worth every penny!

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