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Album Review

Praise and worship band MercyMe is no newcomer to CCM. Previously an independent artist, the group's first label-issued album Almost There was released in August of 2001. The project combines praise and worship with Christian pop and subtle influences of country. With the album, members Bart Millard, James Bryson, Nathan Cochran, Robby Shaffer, and Michael Scheuchzer offer contemporary worship songs including "How Great Is Your Love" and "Worship You."

Customer Reviews

Love it

I Can Only Imagine is unbelievable!! I've loved this band and they're music for years. Praise God! God bless you all! Hope everyone who reads this review has a wonderful day!

Great Album

Great Album. You Keep on writing Music from your Heart!!!!! This Music Touches Everyone.

Great buy, lots of content

This is a great find - iTunes used to have a different configuration of this album, but now they have all of the interview content with the lead singer, which is really cool to hear - lots of old stories about the band. Great for an uber-MercyMe fan, or someone just getting to know their music. Really shows the heart behind "I Can Only Imagine" too.


Formed: August, 1994 in Greenville, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Although praise & worship band MercyMe were founded in 1994, vocalist Bart Millard says that the group's birth was a process God began in him during high school. Millard recalls, "My dad and my older brother were both football players. So naturally, that's what I wanted to do as well. But I broke both my ankles in a high-school football game and that ended my career." Due to the injury, Millard was left with an elective class to fill and reluctantly joined the only available option: choir. With the...
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