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Whispered and Shouted

Aaron Shust

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Album Review

Whispered and Shouted is more of the same temperate worship lyrics and glitzy production from the Jakob Dylan sound-alike. Expectations were high even before Aaron Shust was named Songwriter of the Year at the GMA Awards. To a degree, this sophomore project met the hype by offering more simplistic worship odes like those on Anything Worth Saying. The instrumentation is more varied this time around, yet Shust's work shows a disappointing sameness and transparency that plague the disc throughout. Rather than taking you to new places (which he is clearly capable of doing), the journey remains stagnant. Had he focused on expanding his lyrical versatility versus experimenting with production, Shust had the potential to live up to the accolades that began stacking up possibly a little too early in his career.

Biography

Born: 31 October 2011 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Religious

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A contemporary Christian singer and songwriter, Aaron Shust grew up in Pennsylvania, but became a true musician in Georgia, where he studied music theory. His first album, Anything Worth Saying, was recorded in 2004, which landed him a deal with the Brash Music label soon thereafter. The album would end up becoming the fifth best-selling praise & worship record in 2006, and produced a genre radio hit with the single "My Savior My God." The song would go on to hit the top spot on a number of charts,...
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