21 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

This energetic, effusive offering by Elevation Worship reflects the youthful spirit of its congregation. Raw emotion flows freely on the upbeat “Unstoppable God,” with rhythmic hand claps keeping the beat, and on the mellower, but emotionally affecting “Jesus I Come.” The synth-heavy “Jesus Forever” offers hymn-like praise, while “For the Lamb” builds on that powerful declarative message and “Let Us Adore” recombines elements of “O Come All Ye Faithful.” Taken together, the tracks can be seen as one seamless prayer.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This energetic, effusive offering by Elevation Worship reflects the youthful spirit of its congregation. Raw emotion flows freely on the upbeat “Unstoppable God,” with rhythmic hand claps keeping the beat, and on the mellower, but emotionally affecting “Jesus I Come.” The synth-heavy “Jesus Forever” offers hymn-like praise, while “For the Lamb” builds on that powerful declarative message and “Let Us Adore” recombines elements of “O Come All Ye Faithful.” Taken together, the tracks can be seen as one seamless prayer.

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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

265 Ratings

MUST BUY

Chris DeSoto,

I went to the live recording for this album and let me tell you, this album is so great that I've been waiting for this ever since the recording.

Not Bad

wuzwashere,

Bought the album. It's not bad but it just seems like a noticeable step down from Elevation Worship's last album, "Only King Forever". Lyrically and instrumentally. Even in the overall production, the signer's voice often does not stand out enough in most of the songs and I struggle to hear what the singer is saying in select of some of these tracks. I also thought the bass drum kick wasn't bassy enough in most of the songs; the thump was too weak (don't know how else to describe it). I'm not trying to be a hater lol I'm just providing detailed constructive criticism. I still love Elevation Worship and its always ultimately about worshipping out Lord so I'm not an unhappy camper :)

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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