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Let the Worshipers Arise

This album in itself is an amazing compilation of deep worship hymns that has great melodic tunes to it. PC&D have many great albums out, but I don't believe there is one that packs as much punch towards worship as this one belts out. You won't be sorry for getting anything from this group of Godly men. They are one of the best.

Let The Worshippers Arise

Let The Worshippers Arise is one of those songs that when you are at church and the choir is seated, you can't stay seated. When I think of it, it makes me long to arise in His presence. PC&D has done it again! They're awesome.

Spiritually Uplifting Worship Songs

I have to say that I haven't heard PC&D in a while. I received this album from a friend. I'm so glad that I did because it is very inspirational. A lot of the words within the songs really help through rough times and great times. It's a very uplifting album. Have my little child singing along with it even though she only knows a few words herself. Very mind-opening choruses with nice musical weaving with every beat. I'd recommend this album in a heart beat. If you don't have it and just want to scoop a song or two, I'd recommend the third and fourth ones. Definitely worth it.


Formed: 1991

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Phillips, Craig & Dean first appeared in 1992, when the trio's self-titled debut introduced a blend of Christian ministry, vocal harmony, and contemporary pop/rock songwriting. From the start, the group wielded a good deal of influence in the sacred community, earning nominations at the yearly Dove Awards and routinely dominating the charts on CCM radio. Albums like Trust, Lifeline, Where Strength Begins, and Restoration maintained such popularity throughout the '90s, and Phillips, Craig & Dean ushered...
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