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Album Review

Fans might question the brevity of this greatest-hits compilation, which includes barely half of the hits from the group's first nine years together. Those years produced a prolific six albums that sold nearly two million copies, as well as 17 Top Five songs. The collection unfortunately includes only ten tracks, leaving out number one hits "Before It Was Said," "On My Cross," and "Watching Over Me." No one would question the inclusion of the ten that made the final cut, but the omission of these and other hits prevented this collection from being a proper tribute to the band's success over the years. Casual listeners will enjoy what they hear on this album, but ultimately will not get an adequate taste of FFH's sweet, accessible pop/rock.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Alternative CCM vocal group FFH (Far from Home) comprised husband and wife Jeromy and Jennifer Deibler, Michael Boggs, and Brian Smith. Signing to Nashville's Essential Records, the group debuted in 1998 with Take Me As I Am. This album quickly pushed FFH into the limelight, earning the band two No. 1 hits, four Dove Award nominations, and Christian Research Report's Best New Artist of 1999. Found a Place, a stunning follow-up, was issued in spring...
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