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CD | Albertine

2006-12-09T13:15:07.480+13:00

Title: AlbertineArtist: Brooke FraserGenre: Acoustic PopRating: 4.5 out of 5 Selling over a hundred thousand copies of anything in New Zealand is an achievement, and doing it made Brooke Fraser a superstar in her own country. Three years has passed since the release of What To Do With Daylight, and the pressure must have been immense. Thankfully, Brooke steps up to the plate with Albertine.



CD | Comatose

2006-12-03T17:53:37.353+13:00

Title: ComatoseArtist: SkilletGenre: Hard RockRating: 3 out of 5 Collide was a breakthrough album for Skillet. It was the album on which they ditched the kitsch electronic touches and faux-industrial image (seriously, check out the cover for Invincible… what were they thinking!?) and decided to simply rock. It was raw, heavy and most of all it was intense. Sure, it was nothing especially new, but



CD | See The Morning

2006-10-29T10:36:38.103+13:00

Title: See The MorningArtist: Chris TomlinGenre: Modern WorshipRating: 3 out of 5How do you review an album who’s primary purpose is to provide music for corporate worship? Is right motivation enough to overcome repetition and poor songwriting?In the case of Chris Tomlin, poor songwriting is not an issue, in fact it may be quite the opposite. Some of these songs would seem too complex to make



CD | Unfailing Love

2006-10-27T10:16:31.640+13:00

Title: Unfailing LoveArtist: Trent (UK Vineyard Worship)Genre: Modern Worship / RockRating: 3 out of 5Here’s a surprise… I actually somewhat liked this album. As someone who finds a lot of modern worship albums mind-numbingly repetitive both lyrically and musically, I was quite surprised at myself.Trent is a worship band from a large Vineyard church in the UK (Trent Vineyard… very imaginative



CD | One More March

2006-10-27T10:04:29.246+13:00

Title: One More MarchArtist: MopedGenre: Reggae/Dub/RockRating: 4 out of 5I must confess, I had never heard Moped before this; their last recording. Now that I’ve heard them, I’m saddened to know that they are going their separate ways, because they were surely one of the best kept secrets in the NZ music scene.Come Before kicks things off, and it sounds like Salmonella Dub doing worship music.



CD | Blue On Blue

2006-10-11T10:49:56.423+13:00

Title: Blue On BlueArtist: Leigh NashGenre: Acoustic Folk-PopRating: 3 out of 5It’s been a few years since Sixpence None The Richer split, so this album has been a long time coming. I must admit, I never listened to any of that band’s albums, though of course I couldn’t escape their hits Kiss Me and There She Goes.So I approached Blue on Blue with no baggage or expectations.The first thing that



CD | Dawn Escapes

2006-10-11T10:51:20.753+13:00

Title: Dawn EscapesArtist: Falling UpGenre: Metal/Pop/ElectronicRating: 3.5 out of 5Falling Up play a style of music that was completely oversaturated in the first half of this decade. Bands like Linkin Park, Staind, Evanescence and many more emerged at a time when nu-metal was the format on rock radio. It wouldn’t last long however, as soon retro-rock took hold, followed by emo… and nu-metal



CD | Daylight

2006-10-09T12:09:50.340+13:00

Title: DaylightArtist: NeedtobreatheGenre: Pop-RockRating: 2.5 out of 5Usually, finding ways to describe what a band sounds like is at least a bit of a challenge. In this case… not so much.Needtobreathe sounds exactly like John Mayer fronting U2.It’s not just a passing resemblance either. The electric guitars are set all the way to Edge, and I’m pretty sure that I could play the cd to passers by



CD | Paper Tapes

2006-09-27T09:35:22.256+12:00

Title: Paper TapesArtist: The Lonely HeartsGenre: Indie / Folk-AmericanaRating: 3.5 out of 5Okay, so like most people, you’ve probably never heard of the Lonely Hearts. Here’s a quick rundown… they used to be called Holland… They play polished, clean sounding electric folk, or if you like, alternative country… albeit with an early U2 kind of ambience.That’s the Ryan Adams / Counting Crows / My



CD | Good Monsters

2006-09-27T09:31:05.516+12:00

Title: Good MonstersArtist: Jars of ClayGenre: Acoustic Pop-RockRating: 5 out of 5As Oh My God, the centerpiece of Jars of Clay’s fantastic new album Good Monsters reaches a crescendo, Dan Haseltine sings, ‘Sometimes when I lose my grip, I wonder what to make of heaven’.It is the single most honest lyric I have ever heard in Christian music.The song itself is stunning; frozen in time at a soul’s



CD | Emancipation Day

2006-08-23T13:52:31.196+12:00

Title: Emancipation DayArtist: Verra CruzGenre: RockRating: 3 out of 5Verra Cruz in a new band who sound like Third Day playing Rage Against the Machine riffs, along with a smattering of Ben Harper slide guitar.Add in a very southern rock sounding vocal style... so it came as a huge surprise then, to learn that they are in fact British.Verra Cruz do write pretty catchy groove-based hard rock.



CD | The Chess Hotel

2006-08-23T13:53:47.780+12:00

Title: The Chess HotelArtist: The ElmsGenre: Classic RockRating: 4.5 out of 5I've been following The Elms for some time now. I bought the excellent, if patchy 'Truth, Soul & Rock n Roll' a few years back, and from there worked my way backwards, also picking up the EP 'The Big Surprise'. The Elms started life with a poppy, jangly Beatles-esque sound, while 'Truth...' introduced some old school



CD | B Collision (The Eschatology of Bluegrass)

2006-07-31T07:14:57.286+12:00

Title: B Collision (The Eschatology of Bluegrass)Artist: David Crowder Band*Genre: Acoustic Rock / WorshipRating: 4 out of 5In my eyes, David Crowder Band's 'A Collision' may have been the most important Christian album in the last five years. You could argue the point that Switchfoot's 'The Beautiful Letdown' should get that honour, but I believe 'A Collision' was undoubtedly more important to



CD | End of Silence

2006-07-31T07:12:32.900+12:00

Title: End of SilenceArtist: RedGenre: Nu-metalRating: 2.5 out of 5Heard any Linkin Park? Evanescence?If the answer is yes, than you will already know what new Essential Records signing Red sound like; the gothic piano, industrial beats, swelling strings, nu-metal riffing... it's all here.This will no doubt be a good thing to some, and a not so good thing to others. I think you can guess what



CD | Define The Great Line

2006-07-31T07:10:23.426+12:00

Title: Define the Great LineArtist: UnderoathGenre: Screamo/HardcoreRating: 4 out of 5Let me say this right from the start... I've never listened to much hardcore, post-hardcore or screamo. I popped this cd into my car stereo on the way home from work, not expecting much at all.And then a strange thing happened... I liked it... I turned it up... I rocked out.The first thing that struck me was the



CD | Cut & Move

2006-07-18T08:29:07.440+12:00

Title: Cut & MoveArtist: Day of FireGenre: Hard RockRating: 3.5 out of 5If anything, Day of Fire are a very reliable rock band. You always know what you're going to get... No ambitious rock operas here, thank you very much. In fact, having briefly met vocalist Josh Brown I think I can safely say that boundary-pushing sonic experimentation will never be on the cards. His full-body tattoos don't



CD | Everything Glorious

2006-07-14T10:00:03.186+12:00

Constantly fueling the collegiate generation and beyond with fresh and compelling songs of worship Passion brings together a brand new collection with their latest release – recorded live from the Passion 06 gathering in Nashville, TN. Under the leadership of sixsteps artist/worshipers Chris Tomlin, Charlie Hall, Matt Redman and David Crowder*Band, this focused team delivers new and prominent



CD | Business In The Front...

2006-07-14T10:00:30.833+12:00

Crunk rock newcomers, Family Force 5 are ready to steal the show. The five-piece band is comprised of front man Solomon Olds (aka Soul Glow Activator), twin brothers Jacob Olds (aka Crouton) on drums/vocal, Joshua Olds (aka Phatty) on bass/vocals, Nathan Currin (aka Nadaddy) on keyboard and Derek Mount (aka Chap Stique) on guitar.To Pre-order phone 0508 4 mannaCheck out their website



CD | United We Stand

2006-07-14T10:00:48.986+12:00

'United We Stand' is the latest release by Hillsong's youth team, Hillsong United. Around the world, they have become well known for their explosive praise and passionate worship and this album is sure not to disappoint! With 13 brand new songs, the sound of a new generation of worshippers, hungry to glorify can be heard. Included with the CD is a bonus DVD capturing all the highlights of the



CD | Hearts Of The Innocent

2006-07-14T10:01:16.033+12:00

With multiple #1 singles and a three hit albums, Kutless’ bold lyrics and driving, guitar-based music have garnered them legions of fans. With their latest release, the band returns to their edgy rock sound, offering a powerful call to this generation of believers to be strong and courageous. Releasing end of March CD $26.95 CD/DVD $34.95Pre order now 0508 4 Manna (62662) oremail: Music@



CD | Arise

2006-07-14T10:01:44.290+12:00

Arise! is the call and the title of the new Planetshakers studio album, featuring 13 songs of passionate praise and worship that will challenge us all to rise up and make a difference for Christ in our world. This cutting edge album is a powerful combination of modern rock/pop anthems such as 'Set Me Free' and 'My Hero' and inspiring worship songs including 'Your Glory' and 'Majesty'. Featuring



Testify | P.O.D

2006-01-11T07:39:00.550+13:00

The multi-platinum rock group has teamed up with Grammy award winning producer Glen Ballard to create their most ambitious album to date. Combining the band's inherent musicality with Ballard's legendary ability to bring clarity to an artist's vision has brought a new dimension to P.O.D.'s distinctive sound. Testify is a collection of songs that are both sonically rich and lyrically poignant. As



Live from Austin Music Hall | Chris Tomlin

2006-01-06T09:32:27.616+13:00

The road continues with this unique LIVE recording from his hometown in Austin, TX. Recorded September 18, 2005 in the famed Austin Music Hall, this live recording promised to capture not only the heart of Chris Tomlin's songs but the personality of Chris and the band. Going back for some favorites and offering acoustic versions from the top seller Arriving.Arriving soon at Manna - email us to



Chaotic Resolve | Plumb

2006-01-06T11:16:14.196+13:00

Coming soon...Plumb is an artist whose provocative, intoxicating music blends the complex, feminine poignancy of Suzanne Vega with the sophisticated, modern Rock n Roll of Garbage to create something timeless yet cutting-edge. While her voice frequently draws comparison to Amy Lee of Evanescence, Amy's own citation of Plumb as one of her primary vocal influences is further evidence that Plumb is



Ripen | Shawn McDonald

2006-01-05T13:09:07.156+13:00

Something to look forward to...Ripen is the follow up studio album to 'Simply Nothing' from critically acclaimed, acoustic-soul, singer-songwriter Shawn McDonald.As the title of the new album suggests, Ripen allows us a front-row seat into Shawn’s continuing journey of faith as well as new developments into his music and songwriting. Some elements of Shawn’s music that captivate us are still