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No Other Name represents a deliberate return to the Hillsong Church’s core mission of reaching out across cultural barriers with a unifying message of faith. Recorded live in February and March 2014, the album features new songs written and/or performed by such veteran worship leaders as Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding, Matt Crocker, Joel Houston, Autumn Hardman, and Annie Garratt. No Other Name's keynote is set by the opening track, “This I Believe”: a simple yet powerful spiritual statement based on the Apostle’s Creed. The mood of deep reverence is sustained throughout the set, whether the focus shifts to uplifting pop/rock (“Heaven and Earth”), simmering Celtic-tinged folk (“Depths”), or exalted praise balladry (the title track). Of special note are “Broken Vessels” (a reframing of “Amazing Grace” in a contemporary setting) and “Calvary” (a melodically rich track based on a 1934 hymn by Mrs. Walter G. Taylor). “Mountain” shows off the Hillsong band’s prowess as an ensemble as it unfolds with a stately beauty worthy of its lyrical grandeur. Overall, this is a work of renewal, both spiritually and artistically.

Customer Reviews

slightly disappointed!

This album is excellent but I was slightly disappointed that it didn’t have some of the other new songs we’ve been singing at church (I attend a hillsong church)… my top picks are still the Cornerstone and Glorious Ruins albums.

No stereo typing Christians being easy to please

That may not always be true, i dunno what % you think that there's a possibility that that's still a thing, move on from that crap...... the fact that an Aussie is mention "pioneering"'s just how he's saying it, it's real funny! XD


Usually I wouldn't rate these worship albums cause many sound the same and get rather repetitious but hats off to this album.The words and rhythms carry deep within. God Bless my brothers and sisters...Jesus reigns!


Genre: Christian & Gospel

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Christian rock and worship group Hillsong spun out of Australia's Hillsong Church, a Pentecostal ministry based in northwest Sydney. Founded in August 1983 by New Zealand natives Brian and Bobbie Houston, Hillsong Church was first known as Hills Christian Life Centre. At launch, the congregation counted just 45 members, but grew to 900 within four years. As the church's music ministry evolved, in 1986 the Houstons founded the Hillsong Conference, an annual event created to teach and nurture contemporary...
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No Other Name (Deluxe Edition) [Live], Hillsong Worship
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  • $14.99
  • Genres: Christian & Gospel, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2014

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