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Lifesong
Casting Crowns
Lifesong
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian
 
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: CASTING CROWNS Title: LIFESONG Street Release Date: 08/30/2005

     
   

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All Artists: Casting Crowns
Title: Lifesong
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Reunion
Original Release Date: 1/1/2005
Re-Release Date: 8/30/2005
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian
Styles: Adult Contemporary, Pop & Contemporary, Rock & Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 083061077020

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No Description Available
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Media Type: CD
Artist: CASTING CROWNS
Title: LIFESONG
Street Release Date: 08/30/2005

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Theresa L. from BRISTOL, CT
Reviewed on 8/24/2010...
Great CD!
Gina J. (HappyFeet) from MARION, MI
Reviewed on 12/23/2008...
The title song is magical. All the songs ring true. They make me cry with joy, and with pain. I love the harmonies, also.
VALERIE P. (that-girl) from ATLANTA, GA
Reviewed on 11/23/2007...
Top-ranked Christian band from Atlanta, GA.

CD Reviews

Strong Sophomore Release
Mark Baker | Santa Clarita, CA United States | 09/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Casting Crowns took the Christian music world by storm with their 2003 debut. Finally they are following up with this second CD. I'm happy to say I like it just as much as the first one.

Once again they share the focus among challenging the body of Christ, encouragement, and worship. The title track is a prayer of dedication really, asking that everything we do may be an act of worship to God. This is reinforced well with the final track which gives the reasons that our "Lifesong" should be singing to God.

"Praise You in this Storm" hit my right off the bat. I like the reminder of the verses that God is with us in the storms of life. I just wish my attitude was more like the chorus of praising Him no matter what.

"Does Anybody Hear Her" is another challenge to get out of our comfort zone, look past our prejudices, and help those around us in need.

"Stained Glass Masquerade" tackles the shallowness of many of us who act like we are perfect people when around Christians. It's a trait I recognize too well in my own life and think I need to really take to heart the challenge presented here.

"Love Them like Jesus" is described as a sequel to "Here I Go Again" from their first CD. It reminds us that our job when comforting others is to point them to Jesus, the only person who can truly help.

"Set Me Free" uses a driving beat to retell the story of a demon possessed man Jesus healed.

"While You Were Sleeping" is the only misstep on the album to me. While I agree with the idea that America is far from God with our policies, I think the comparison between Bethlehem and Jerusalem of Jesus' day goes too far.

"Father, Spirit, Jesus" is a wonderful praise chorus.

"In Me" takes the fear of failure and puts it on Jesus since He's the only way we'll do what He tells us to. Once again, the lyrics are great at reminding me how weak I am on my own but that I have straight in Him.

Finally, "Prodigal" is a great ballad of repentance inspired by the famous parable. Is there no limit to the great songs that can come from that story?

One of the things I liked about the first CD was the great lyrics, and they are still front and center here. It's taken a few extra listens to fully appreciate this CD, but I know I'll be listening to it for a long time to come."
Another Classic!
David R. Bess | Charleston, WV | 08/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It's tough for a band like Casting Crowns to follow an initial CD that has become a classic with an equal or better offering. This title however, does that very thing! The lyrics are powerful and Biblical, and the music is top-notch. Each track addresses the church in a prophetic manner, reminiscent of the music of the late Keith Green.

The track "Stained Glass Masquerade" is especially appropriate, challenging church members to pull down spiritual facades and to embrace one another's humanity.

I'm thoroughly impressed -- Lifesong is definitely a must-have for any contemporary Christian music lover!"