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In 2005, Aaron Shust became a Christian music star thanks to the plainspoken intensity of his praise tune “My Savior My God.” He infuses 2007’s Whispered and Shouted with a similar combination of intimacy and grandeur, conveyed through his compelling voice and unguardedly reverent songwriting. Sonically, the album takes cues from Coldplay in its minimalist modern rock arrangements, with touches of country-pop added for sweetening. Shust prefers to under-sing rather than lift his voice in full-cry — when he rises to falsetto heights (as in “Can’t Hide from Your Love”), the effect in shiver-inducing. Even on more aggressive tracks like “Long Live the King,” his vocals embody a tightly-focused conviction rather than enraptured abandon. The album’s lyrics resonate with quiet determination and an almost childlike purity of faith. “I Will Wait,” “Give Me Words to Speak” and “Worthy/Let All I Do” rest upon bedrock Biblical messages of humility and gratitude. “Like I Never Felt Before” succeeds as both a statement of personal victory and a universal call to worship. Whispered and Shouted often has a contemplative tone, which may disappoint those looking for roof-shaking rock hymns. Looking inward, Shust turns his second album into a deeply-smoldering expression of praise.

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Curse the Sophomore Curse

Aaron Shust's new records destroys any premonition of the ever feared "sophomore curse." Since many bands spend more time on the road promoting their first record than writing, often their second record is weak in content. This, however, is not the case with "Whispered and Shouted". Shust's new record is leaps and bounds ahead of "Give Me Words To Speak" both sonically and in songwriting. Shust also managed to do all of this while touring extensively since the release of his first record. He captures the excitement of life with purpose in songs such as "Long Live the King" and "Like I Never Felt Before," and finds the beauty and intimacy of faith in songs like "Come to Me." This record is a must have and will no doubt be a favorite in houses across America.

Shust hits a home run and brings God all the Glory in the process

God's Glory, that seems to be the theme and purpose of this album. Shust manages to turn the spotlight away from himself and put it solely on Jesus Christ. Still not sure if this latest is as good as Anything Worth Saying, but most definitely 5 stars nonetheless. Long Live The King is as jubilent a worship song as one could hope for, and is by far my favorite on the album. Both long live the King and Like I Never felt before emphasixe the electric guitar and are a new sound for Shust. My other favorite is I Will Wait because it is catchy and worshipful and fun at the same time. Create Again, Life itself, The name of Jesus, Can't Hide from your love seem to radiate God's magnificent Glory. Runaway and Come to me seem as though they could be God's love spoken directly to us by God. So all in all a worship album in which Aaron decreases and Christ increases. All I have left to say is LONG LIVE THE KING!


I'm trying to get into christian music more, and this got me into it!


Born: October 31, 2011 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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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