david santistevan

worship.leadership

5 Worship Albums You Need to Hear (if you want to)

1. Elevation Worship “Kingdom Come” – A sick worship album from the boys down in North Carolina. Inspired by how this team works with their senior pastor Steven Furtick to reach their city and inspire faith. Great production, great songs.

2. All the Bright Lights – Though not a worship album per se, I recommend this album for your personal worship. Instrumental, gentle, epic, cool. Enjoy.

3. Casey Darnell “EP” – Absolutely love this. Of the 5 songs here I wish I could lead all of them. Truly heartfelt songs and a great voice.

4. One Sonic Society “EP” – Love the tunes on this record. A couple are also found on the new Hillsong record. Really strong lyrics and a cool vibe.

5. Always been a fan of Charlie Hall. While his songs are not easily singable, nor the most corporate, they are super challenging, cool, and prophetic. His lyrics are not typical and are always refreshing.

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September 30, 2010 - Posted by | Music

4 Comments »

  1. No jesus culture?! come on dude..

    Comment by christianlaliberte | September 30, 2010 | Reply

    • When Jesus culture releases their new album, I will do a month’s worth of blog posts on its brilliance. I’ll have you as a guest blogger.

      Comment by santahara | September 30, 2010 | Reply

  2. haha… awesome. sounds good

    Comment by christianlaliberte | October 2, 2010 | Reply

  3. […] 5 WORSHIP ALBUMS YOU NEED TO HEAR… IF YOU WANT TO […]

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