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Though not a complete departure, Everything Is Different Now marks a new maturity on the part of Stellar Kart. This time out, the band’s considerable energy has been channeled away from giddy rave-ups towards more worshipful expressions. True, there are still outbursts of joy here, such as a synthesizer-accented cover of Fee’s “We Shine” and an aggressive, riff-heavy take on Norman Greenbaum’s “Spirit In the Sky,” and the album’s title track is a careening rallying-cry in the tradition of SK’s earlier material. Overall, though, there’s an emphasis on more contemplative praise tunes, served up with the youthful idealism that has always characterized the band’s work. “Something Holy” (an electronica-tinged original) and “You Never Let Go” (a folk/pop treatment of the popular Matt Redman tune) are especially impressive. “Like the Sun” — a dreamy, Beatlesque piano ballad — lets the band explore some fresh sonic textures. Producer Ian Eskelin does a commendable job at steeling Stellar Kart towards a more nuanced sound without repressing their wide-eyed fervor, musically or spiritually.

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I already posted a review and after reading what people are saying I had to say something. First I think the music on this album is great BECAUSE ITS A WORSHIP ALBUM that's why alot of the songs are a bit mellowed AND that's why alot of them are covers!! Tons of bands do this on worship albums and no one complains! it's not a full length album from them and they stated that themselfs that it's a worship project! Again five stars cuz of how they bring you into worship with a punk style. I wonder if any of these people actually BOUGHT this album cuz the thirty second clip doesn't give it justice it's so in depth through and through and I listened to it again and again and again after I bought it! GREAT NEW SOUND FROM THEM!

Okay you want my opinion!

I know some of you have said its not fresh new music but WHO CARES! As Christians we should care more for the lyrics then the beat! And lyrically they have nailed it, I am happy to see that they stayed true to what they believe and I say this album is awesomeeeee! However a good tune does help but I think this is great!


I love this album. They really did a good job. It is definitely more focused on worship, but thats what the purpose of music is right?


Formed: Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Phoenix, AZ-based Christian pop-punk outfit, Stellar Kart released their first album, All Gas, No Brake, in early 2005. A few singles from the album managed to crack CCM radio, justifying the young band's recent deal with Word Records. However, Stellar Kart's breakout year would prove to be 2006, as their follow-up album (We Can't Stand Sitting Down) scored a number one single ("Me and Jesus") on the Hot Christian Songs chart, not to mention winning the band a 2007 Dove Award. This would also be...
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