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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

264 Ratings

Amazing Album

Braden Keith.com,

This album exemplifies the level of perfect Elevation Church set and exceeds at every corner. I love being able to see music come out of a church I attend while not being embarrassed to let friends here - but being proud of what's able to be produced in our community and what we're able to be a part of. Personally, The Church is my favorite. The call for battle is evident and inspiring.

Wow!

Matthew Bruns,

This album is what I was hoping the new Hillsong Live would be. Don't get me wrong, I dig the new Hillsong Live. But, this is a much stronger and all around great album. The songs are well crafted. For a worship team, the songwriting has a definite cohesiveness. Which, doesn't typically happen for songs on a worship album. The lyrics are not contrite. Identifiable, encouraging, with great "Modern" (whatever that means) sound. I feel it's just a good album. Beyond the worship side of things. It's just great to listen to. Like Weezer's "Pinkerton", or mewithoutYou "It's all crazy..." I'm enjoying listening to it, and it's encouraging my soul.

If you just like good music, then you will like it. If you love Jesus, too, then it's even better.

Great job guys!

About Elevation Worship

Elevation Worship is the group name given to a series of album releases related to the Elevation Church located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The church was formed by Pastor Steven Furtick in early 2006, with the first Elevation Worship release, Live Worship, following soon after. Two more albums, We Are Alive (2008) and Kingdom Come (2010) would arrive via the Essential Worship label. In 2011, they signed with the major-label Sony and released For the Honor that same year. A four-song EP, Nothing Is Wasted, appeared in 2012, with a full-length album of the same title appearing early in 2013. The following year, they released two albums: Only King Forever almost broke the Billboard Top 20, while Wake Up the Wonder marked their first live performance in a large arena, going from a 1,000-member church audience to a 16,000-member crowd. In 2016, Elevation had their greatest success yet, releasing another live album, Here as in Heaven, which debuted at the top of the Billboard Christian chart and broke into the Top 20. Recorded in July 2015 at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, Here as in Heaven saw Elevation playing to a maximum capacity crowd of over 20,000 worshippers. Following the Speak Revival EP in late 2016, Elevation delivered their next live album, There Is a Cloud, in March 2017. ~ David Jeffries

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