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His surging, roiling rock anthems propel you to a higher plane of faith.

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Gageedewards2016

I personally think this is one of the best albums he's put out great job💯

An Album of substance!!

First time in an album I've can relate to almost every song. A lot of effort has gone into making this album, and it shows. Especially done a great job keeping the sounds and dynamics fresh. I love every one of it. Can stop listening! 👌

Worth the long wait. Totally amazing album. My favorite: 'The Secret Place' can get that song out of my head. Love it and God bless you Phil! 🙏

Great album.

I love this album and it's totally worth the money. I have a feeling my small group will like this album :)

Biography

Born: April 5, 1984 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Phil Wickham makes passionate, faith-based rock music. Born in San Diego, California, Wickham was raised in a religious household along with his brother and sister. Wickham's parents, both musicians and former members of the band Parable, encouraged his musical interests growing up. In 2003, Wickham toured and released his self-produced debut album, Give You My World. In 2006, he signed with Simple/INO Records and released his sophomore self-titled album....
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