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Monday, July 21, 2014
About a Mile - About a Mile 2014 English Christian Album Download

About a Mile - About a Mile 2014 English Christian Album Download

About a Mile - About a Mile 2014 English Christian Album Download
About a Mile is the lastest Christian Debut Contemporary Pop album released by American Christian Contemporary Pop band, About a Mile. This album was released on July 15, 2014 and released under the label, Word Entertainment.

Album Details ::

Album :: About a Mile

Artist :: About a Mile

Release Date :: 15 July, 2014

Genre :: Pop, Contemporary

Label :: Word Entertainment LLC

Hometown :: Nashville, Tennessee, USA

About a Mile - About a Mile 2014 Biography and History
History :
About A Mile released their highly-anticipated, self-titled debut album today on Word Entertainment.  About A Mile, whose name originates from the belief that Jesus carried his cross “about a mile,” may be new on the charts, but brothers Adam, Luke and Levi Klutinoty, have a chemistry and accomplished artistry that is garnering wide critical acclaim as the trio’s music and lyrics speak to members of all faiths about the suffering then triumph of a crucified and risen Christ.
For About A Mile’s lead guitarist and vocalist Adam Klutinoty, who was a “Guitar Center King of the Blues” runner-up winner in New York City (Adam’s “spoon guitar solo” audition can be seen at this link), tangible success has never been the group’s goal, but rather, to impact listeners and simply find contentment in their faith. That goal is aptly summarized in the band’s lead single and video “Satisfied,” which Adam wrote after nearly dying during a sickness where food reacted like poison in his system.

“It actually came after I hadn’t eaten in seven days,” Adam explains of the song that is currently a Billboard Top 25 Christian AC/CHR hit and climbing. “I was fasting from food and just drinking water during my illness, slowly realizing that as long as we have Jesus, we will always be satisfied.”
Here is what the critics are already saying about the band’s debut:

“There are no filler tracks and this is the most solid debut I’ve heard since Over and Underneath by Tenth Avenue North. If you want to experience an uplifting, soul-stirring and worshipful album, look no further than About A Mile…If you like the rock bands The Fray, Lifehouse, Rhett Walker Band and Tenth Avenue North, you need to check out About A Mile.” –

“About A Mile might be a band making their full-length debut, but their self-titled LP sounds as seasoned as any veteran release this year.” – CCM

“It takes a unique style of musicianship and a rare attitude of worship to pull listeners in long enough to stay for 12 tracks. This self-titled debut from Adam, Levi, and Luke Klutinoty makes their case with a set that twinges nostalgic for the Goo-Goo Dolls, grunge and dc Talk’s Jesus Freak.” – CBA Retailers+Resources

“The band is ‘musical chemistry perfected’…Front man Adam Klutinoty is not only an exceptional vocalist, but he’s also the most talented guitarist to hit the Christian music scene since Lincoln Brewster — but Adam takes it to a whole new level. His style is the perfect blend of new and old. A Christian band of this caliber is long overdue.” –

“The vocals sound strong and the melodies are very catchy…the music sounds top notch with brilliant musicianship throughout the album.” – Louder Than The Music

“The subject of the album is clear: it’s Jesus, pure and simple. The tracks both proclaim who Jesus is and worship and praise Him for what He has done in the brothers’ lives, without restraint or reservation. With skilled instrumentals and strong, smooth vocals, they play and sing their awe of and love for God.” – Leading Hearts Magazine

“…once in a while, a band comes out of nowhere to deliver a great debut project, which is exactly what About a Mile’s debut project is…Never have I been more excited for a debut project from a band since for KING & COUNTRY…it is almost a sure thing that their album will be well received…” – 365 Days of Inspiring Media

“About A Mile’s debut… consistently portrays attitudes and messages that stem from a deep faith if it is not addressed directly, with a balance of quiet thankfulness and desperate need, earnest prayer and firm resolve.” – Christian Music Review

About a Mile - About a Mile 2014 tracklisting during rehearsels
Tracklisting ::
01. Satisfied
02. Power of The Cross
03. Who You Say You Are
04. In With The Out Crowd
05. Oxygen
06. Right Now
07. He Won't Stop Loving You
08. S.O.S. (Hope Won't Let Go)
09. I Hate Hate
10. Soldier On
11. Reason For Breathing
12. Trembling




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Sunday, June 22, 2014
Anthem Lights - Covers Part 3 2014 English Christian Album Download

Anthem Lights - Covers Part 3 2014 English Christian Album Download

Anthem Lights - Covers Part 3 2014 English Christian Album Download
Covers Part 3 is the latest Christian Pop Compilation album released by American Christian Contemporary Pop band, Anthem Lights. This album was released on June 10, 2014 and released under the label, YC Records.

Album Details ::

Album :: Covers Part 3

Artist :: Anthem Lights

Release Date :: 10 June, 2014

Genre :: Pop, Rock

Label :: YC Records

Hometown :: Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Anthem Lights - Covers Part 3 2014 Biography and History
History ::
For Anthem Lights—an innovative, high-energy pop foursome with soaring vocals and hearts bent on ministry—“Stranger” is more than another song. It’s an identity, a way of life they’ve embraced. It’s a powerful truth that impacts every decision they make, underscores every lyric they write, and every note they sing.

“As followers of Christ, we were not made for this world,” explains Anthem Lights member Alan Powell. “We don’t belong here. And all the self-doubt and insecurity and struggling to fit in, it’s all part of believing the lie that we’re supposed to be ‘at home’ here. God created us in His image—there’s nothing to doubt about that! We’re here to love others and be Christ in the world. The closer we get to Christ, to being what we were created to be in this world, our value of what this world values begins to fade.”

It’s an important message for misfits of any age, but especially for millions of teenagers struggling to find a well-lit place in an increasingly dark world.

The group’s infectiously melodic self-titled debut delivers 10 powerful anthems sure to leave a ripple effect long after the CD stops spinning.

Anthem Lights can trace its roots back to the fall of 2007, when singer/songwriter Alan Powell joined forces with then aspiring solo artist Chad Graham. Both were living in Los Angeles at the time, to pen songs for Chad’s solo effort. But providentially, the more they wrote, the more it became clear that these powerful, harmonic songs were meant for a group. Within a matter of days, the pieces fell into place, when two other Liberty University students—Caleb Grimm and Kyle Kupecky—came on board, “When God put the pieces together,” says Powell, “we just knew it was right. Everything just fell into place... like it was meant to be.”

After months of writing, recording and prayer, Anthem Lights signed with Reunion Records and began fleshing out what would become its self-titled debut.

“These songs were born out of what we’ve experienced over the past couple of years, spiritually,” Powell continues. “We’ve had to learn some very difficult lessons about who God is and who we are. We’ve gone through moments where we felt really close to the Lord, really felt Him at work in our lives, and then very real moments when you feel you’re going around in circles and can’t find Him at all. I think we’ve just tried to be really honest about what that darkness feels like and yet make it clear that ‘the Light always wins.’”

With four extremely gifted vocalists and a wealth of songwriting talent, Anthem Lights is a force to be reckoned with. But from the beginning, notes Powell, “We were intentional on being more than just another pop group. We understood our calling, that we were meant to be more than ‘music business.’ We were called to share the Light we’ve been given. To build people up. To lead the way.”

“So many people get up and chase what they chase,” adds Caleb Grimm. “There’s no real reason to wake up in the morning, no real reason to live. But Christianity is supposed to be everything to us... it’s not just a free ticket to heaven. It’s everything. Pop music is just the medium we use to get the Gospel out there.”

“We take this ministry very seriously,” says Chad Graham. “God has always been leading us down this path, and so we want to use what God has given us to get this message out to people who need it: ‘Your life has purpose and meaning in Christ.’ We all struggle with the idea of perfection, and we all stumble and fall, but that purpose for our lives never goes away. And God never, ever gives up on us.”

Produced by Juan Otero and Seth Moseley, aka The Write Brothers (Newsboys, Me in Motion), and Rob Hawkins (Fireflight, Chasen), Anthem Lights’ debut carries a message of hope and purpose for believers and non-believers alike. From the gloriously contagious pop of “Can’t Shut Up” and the danceable energy of “Outta My Mind,” to more tender moments like “I Wanna Know You Like That” and “Can’t Get Over You,” Anthem Lights infuses a little something for everyone on its stunning debut.

With an arsenal of influences including dcTalk, Michael Jackson, One Republic, Stevie Wonder, Gavin DeGraw, tobyMac, and Justin Timberlake, Anthem Lights has fashioned a dramatic pop experience that is all their own... a rarity in today’s music scene.

“I feel like we landed in a really original place,” says Powell of the band’s sonic approach. “We wanted it to sound big, textured, layered, to give you that feeling of being swept away, and to really connect with pop music fans. But we wanted it to have an edge too. Live instrumentation is important to us as a group, so we wanted to keep that authenticity and accessibility... incredible keys, real guitars and real drums. With those barometers, we were confident in our producers and their great musical sensibilities.”

But ultimately, adds Kyle Kupecky, it’s the message behind the music that ignites and inspires every note. “It comes down to the three things we love: music, entertainment, and Jesus... And the greatest of these is Jesus. We’re here to help people know who Jesus is and connect on a deeper level with Him. For those who don’t know Him, we want to make that introduction, to say ‘your life has a bigger purpose.’ There are such hedonistic messages in our culture—from music, movies and TV—‘if it feels good, do it,’ but we want to give them something that speaks to their soul, to encourage them and support them as they grow up in Christ. And for believers, we just really want to start a fire in them.”

Anthem Lights - Covers Part 3 2014 live performance on stage
Tracklisting ::
01. Say Something
02. Let It Go
03. Pompeii
04. Demons
05. Everything Will Change
06. Wake Me Up/Hey, Brother (feat. Gracie Schram)
07. Burn/Burn
08. One Republic Mash-Up
09. Treasure / When I Was Your Man




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Thursday, May 22, 2014
Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 English Christian Album Download

Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 English Christian Album Download

Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 English Christian Album Download
Second Horizon is the latest Christian Alternative Rock album released by American Christian Rock band, Fight The Fade. This album was released on May 20, 2014 and released under the label, Fight The Fade Music.

Album Details ::

Album :: Second Horizon

Artist :: Fight the Fade

Release Date :: May 20, 2014

Genre :: Alternative, Rock

Label :: Fight The Fade Music

Hometown :: Tulsa, OK, USA

Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 Biography and History
Biography ::
Fight The Fade (stylized as FTF)
Is an American rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, formed in 2009. The band's lineup consists of singer Zene Smith; guitarists Tyler Simpson and Bryan Conway; and bassist Trevor Taylor. They are known for their rock music which incorporates other sounds such as alternative rock, hard rock, Respectively, Jason McPhail was the band’s original lead vocalist, and was replaced by Smith in 2011.

To date, Fight The Fade has released one studio album: What We Know (2012), and a self-titled EP (2009). Fight The Fade released a studio single on September 13, 2011 entitled "House Of Cards" which featured first time studio performances from Zene Smith and newly added rhythm guitarist Bryan Conway. The band is well known for their energetic live shows.

After playing numerous shows in their hometown, the quintet set out on self-booked tours in 2010 while still remaining independent in 2013. Fight The Fade's commitment to the road has allowed them to tour the country and back, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in music, Switchfoot, Thousand Foot Krutch, Underoath, Skillet, Disciple, Fireflight, The Letter Black, Love & Death (Ft. Brian "Head" Welch of Korn), As I lay Dying, Red, and Newsboys to name a few.

May of 2012 brought the new era of Fight The Fade with "What We Know" the debut EP of the newly featured lineup. The EP featured hit singles "House Of Cards" & "Tomorrow" of which gained regional and national success. The record also saw release of a music video for the title track, along with 2 official lyric videos.

In February 2014 they announced “Second Horizon” the full length follow up to “What We Know.” Along with the announcement released the title track and later released “Rise” as the second single from the new record. Second Horizon is set to be released May 20th 2014.

Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 Band Members
Band Members ::
  • Tyler - Guitar
  • Bryan - Guitar
  • Trevor - Low Guitar
  • Zene - Mouth
Fight The Fade - Second Horizon 2014 live performance on stage
Tracklisting ::

01. Alive
02. Beside The Dying Fire
03. Second Horizon
04. Confessional of Lies
05. Monolith
06. Desolate
07. Lost (feat. Vince Lichlyter)
08. Ignition
09. Re-Archetype
10. Rise
11. Cut Me Off (You Can't)
12. Breathe


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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Fellowship Creative - Running to Follow 2014 English Christian Album Download

Fellowship Creative - Running to Follow 2014 English Christian Album Download

Fellowship Creative - Running to Follow 2014 English Christian Album Download
Running to Follow is the latest Christian Worship album released by American Christian union of Fellowship churches, Fellowship Creative. This album was released on May 13, 2014 and released under the label, Fellowship Creative Music.

Album Details ::

Album :: Running to Follow

Artist :: Fellowship Creative

Release Date :: May 13, 2014

Genre :: Worship

Label :: Fellowship Creative Music

Hometown :: USA

Fellowship Creative - Running to Follow 2014 biography and history
Biography ::
Fellowship Creative is a movement of artists emerging from and evolving around Fellowship Church, where life change inspires creativity, and creativity inspires life change. Every song, every video, every expression has a story behind it – and that story begins with who Jesus is and what He does in people's lives.

Fellowship Creative - Running to Follow 2014 during practise sessions
Tracklisting ::

01. Glory in the Highest
02. Running to Follow
03. Future Back
04. Never Be Without It
05. Magnify
06. Jesus My King
07. Desperate for You
08. Home
09. Always Been About You
10. The One I Need
11. God of the Rescue
12. The Everlasting
13. Beautiful
14. The Takeover (Bonus Track)
15. The Everlasting Unplugged (Bonus Track)


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Thi'sl - Fallen King 2014 English Christian Album Download

Thi'sl - Fallen King 2014 English Christian Album Download

Thi'sl - Fallen King 2014 English Christian Album Download
Fallen King is the latest Christian Hip Hop Rap album released by American Christian Rap artist, Thi'sl. This album was released on May 06, 2014 and released under the label, Full Ride Music Group.

Album Details ::

Album :: Fallen King

Artist :: Thi'sl

Release Date :: May 06, 2014

Genre :: Hip Hop, Rap

Label :: Full Ride Music Group

Hometown :: St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

Thi'sl - Fallen King 2014 Biography and History
Biography ::

A lot of people ask me, “Why do I do what I do, the way I do?” I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, in one of the worst neighborhoods in America, in one of the worst times in the country’s gang history. In my neighborhood just like a lot of other neighborhoods around the world, it was plagued with violence and drugs. Where I grew up 75% of the males believe that there is one way to make money and that’s trapping or as you would say selling drugs. When it comes to gangs, If your hood bangs and you hang out, you are visible to other hoods, so you might as well bang cause you affiliated, so we bang. If you a male in hoods like mines you either trapping, robbing, stealing, murking for money, or you broke. It’s the same for the women, 75% of the females either on welfare, boosting (stealing clothes), trapping or looking for a dude with money to support them, and that’s how it go. Our mindset is, “this is where I am, my momma a drunk or smoked out, my daddy was this so that’s what I’m gone be, all my family in the street get it like this, my whole hood live this way, I have to do what I have to do, this is life.” You add this onto the back of a sixteen year old that just had a baby, everyday he comes in the house there is no food, a house full of crack heads, and you get what you see in the inner cities around the world, "Survivors!" This life that we live is made to look cool, by the media, movies, magazines, documentaries, and of course, music. Most rappers you hear today spitting gangsta are “Fake thugs, point blank period!” They have never touched a gram of dope, never banged a ratchet (a gun), and have never even been hood at all, never! Every now and then you get a couple of them that really are hood, when they come out talking about hood life, the struggle of it, the drive of wanting to get out by any means necessary, they become our voice because their story is our story and therefore it becomes the soundtrack to our life. When your hear a dude talking about your struggle and you see him come up out of it, you think that can work for you and even if it don’t, the pressure that comes along with the life we live will make you try it because anything is better than this. I don’t condone anyone selling drugs, stealing, killing, robbing or any crime, but I do understand the mindset of the people that do it for survival. I’ve been in the situation where my kids didn’t have any where to stay, no family to help and thinking from a hood mindset, I would have murked the world to feed my babies. I understand the young boy that wants to be a man and provide for his family so bad that he would rob to do it. I understand that he only uses the things that he knows and I spit to give him hope that there is another way to live. "Thats why I do what i do." One day I was awakened to the fact that the way i was living was all a lie! Everything that my hood, music and movies told me was not what i was born to be, I wasn’t born to be a goon, killer or murderer. I was awakened to the fact that females were not made to be toys of my sexual pleasure. They were not part time conversations or trashcans for me to dump my hurts and emotions. I learned that God made them, as well as myself, and that God had a purpose in mind for me and them. In the hood we are some of the most religious, hypocritical people I have ever seen. We have what my friends and I call “Hood Theology.” We know God exist, we say we love God, we pray, we may even go to church, but we think God is cool with everything we do. I know I been there. I’m in the back of the police car cuffed up, I’m like, “ God get me out of this please I will never do it again.” Soon as I’m out the car I’m right back at it again. I’m stupid high riding in the car, like, “man God please don’t let me crash, I’m done getting blowed.” Soon as I wake up the next day I’m right back at it again. Faced down in the trap house by the police, guns in my face, guns busting at me, shot up in the hospital almost dead, locked up on felonies and get out messing with nasty girls. What ever the case is, we see that the grace of God. that same grace gets us out of trouble time and time again and we go right back to what we do, because God keeps showing us grace and we think it means He’s cool with what we live. That’s what I thought to, because God kept showing me grace in my (most I just named) situations I thought God was cool with how I was living, but he wasn’t, and if you living that way He is not cool with it either. The truth is this;
Romans 1: 4 Or do you presume on the riches of his kindness and forbearance and patience, not knowing that God's kindness is meant to lead you to repentance?
5 But because of your hard and impenitent heart you are storing up wrath for yourself on the day of wrath when God's righteous judgment will be revealed.
That’s why God shows us mercy and grace, so it can lead us to repentance, to faith in Jesus, but instead we continue on and store up wrath for ourselves. I know because I was the same way, I thought God was cool with everything I did because I knew he was always letting trouble past me by that I deserved, but He wasn't . Grace says even though you deserve to go to jail for the rest of your life, I’m going to let you free. Even though, you should have HIV from all the people you slept with, you don’t. Even though, you should be dead from those 9 shots or even paralyzed, you’re not because of Grace! God’s grace should lead us to repentance! We should look at the grace that God is showing us and turn from our sin filled wicked lives and live for Him! Instead the sin in our hard hearts pushes us to continue on and use God’s grace like a diaper, we dirty it up and throw it away and then we call him again when we need Him. Still again, there is grace. That’s what grace is even though we deserve the consequence; God doesn’t allow it to happen. When I learned about the biggest act of grace I was rocked to the core. For the sin we commit we should receive death, not just death but hell. That’s another part of “Hood Theology,” that hell doesn’t exist, but that’s a lie. The biggest act of grace for you and me was this,
“Romans 5:6 for while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly (for you)
.7 For one will scarcely die for a righteous person-though perhaps for a good person one would dare even to die-
8 but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
9 Since, therefore, we have now been justified by his blood, much more shall we be saved by him from the wrath of God.10 For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, now that we are reconciled, shall we be saved by his life”.
That’s why God keeps showing you grace, so you can see His love, repentant your sin and believe in Jesus as your savior. That’s love, that God would put His Son to death in your place for your sin. When I learned about that I was so gone on the fact that God loved me that much, that grace lead me to repentance. Now I am a voice crying out to hoods across the globe saying, “look at the grace of God while you are still alive and repent.” A voice of the people from amongst the people, “saying we don’t have to suffer as murders, thieves and trappers,” saying, “Young girl you're worth more than that, God loves you, you have a father in Him, and you can be more than a baby momma.” That’s why I rap the way I do, this is why I do what I do.”

Thi'sl - Fallen King 2014 singing live on stage
Tracklisting ::

01. Broken Crown
02. King Without a Crown (feat. Corey Paul & Swade)
03. Chicago - Detroit
04. King of the Trap
05. Keep Grinding (feat. Brian Owens)
06. Rooks (feat. SPZRKT)
07. No Make Up
08. Inside out (feat. Laquan Green)
09. Dream Team (I Had a Dream)
10. Do Something Bout It (feat. Nonna)
11. Take My Life (feat. Flame & Json)
12. Fallen King (feat. Marz)
13. Be King (feat. Laquan Green)
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