03 December 2007

Top 20 Christian albums: #10 and #9

Well, we're into the top 10. You may disagree with the choices so far, and you may disagree with the ones yet to come. That's fine. This is a free country. You can be wrong if you want. (Laugh! It's a joke! Lighten up, Francis!)

#10) Nicole C. Mullen--Redeemer

If only for the title song. And for "I Get on my Knees", a song she wrote, which was also recorded by Jaci Velasquez (Before Jaci went all Christina Aguilera and such). Another thing I like about the songs on here is that she sings about how much we tend to look at the outside of people (color, wealth/poverty, etc.) when Jesus came to do away with all that nonsense.

1. Ready For This
2. Shooby
3. Butterfly
4. Farewell
5. Granny's Angel
6. Family Tree
7. Blowin' Kisses
8. Redeemer
9. Black, White, Tan
10. Freedom
11. Homemade
12. Color
13. On My Knees

#9) Passion--Sacred Revolution

You have no idea how hard it was to not just put every one of their CD's on here. This one opens with the powerful "O Praise Him (All This For a King)", and includes such worship songs as "Knees To the Earth", "Come, Let Us Return to the Lord", and "Blessed Be Your Name."

1. O Praise Him (All This For a King)
2. O Come Let Us Adore Him
3. Holy Is The Lord
4. Come Let Us Return to the Lord
5. All the Earth
6. Sing to the King
7. Blessed Be Your Name
8. Knees to the Earth
9. Sending
10. Take My Life
11. Stars
12. Revolution Cry
13. Not To Us

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