12 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

If any album can be said to have galvanized Christian rock’s move toward pure praise and worship, it’s SonicFlood’s electrifying debut. The LP is littered with songs that quickly became worship standards, sung routinely in churches worldwide. You know the big ones—the empathic “I Want to Know You,” the swaying sing-along “I Could Sing of Your Love Forever,” the prayerful “Holiness.” But the whole album is shot through with high-octane rock and big, worshipful choruses. Plus, even lesser-known songs like “Something About That Name” are mesmerizing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

If any album can be said to have galvanized Christian rock’s move toward pure praise and worship, it’s SonicFlood’s electrifying debut. The LP is littered with songs that quickly became worship standards, sung routinely in churches worldwide. You know the big ones—the empathic “I Want to Know You,” the swaying sing-along “I Could Sing of Your Love Forever,” the prayerful “Holiness.” But the whole album is shot through with high-octane rock and big, worshipful choruses. Plus, even lesser-known songs like “Something About That Name” are mesmerizing.

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