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Megachurch Gospel: An Explosion Of Praise! by Various

Cross Rhythms Rating: 9/10
CD: Album
Tags: Gospel, CD, Live, Worship, Album, Recommended, Top Rated
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14 mega-gospel songs by some of America's mega-churches.

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  1. 1. T.D. Jakes & The Potter's House Mass Choir
  2. 2. Amazing Grace
  3. 3. Mt. Zion Choir
  4. 4. Bishop Dennis Leonard & The Heritage Christian Center Mass Choir
  5. 5. Straight Gate Mass Choir
  6. 6. St. John Baptist Church Music Ministry
  7. 7. Abundant Life Cathedral Choir
  8. 8. New Samaritan Mass Choi
  9. 9. Lakewood Church Choir
  10. 10. New Birth Missionary Baptist Church Choir
  11. 11. Time Square Church Choir
  12. 12. Changing Your World Mass Choir
  13. 13. Bishop Larry Trotter & Sweet Holy Spirit
  14. 14. Bishop Clarence McClendon & The Harvest Fire Mega Mass Choir
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9/10

Reviewed by Paul Poulton

First track up is the classic "Let's Just Praise The Lord" performed by TD Jakes And The Potter's House Mass Choir. It's exquisite in its execution, it's a great song, the melody fits neatly over the chord progression shouting out "listen to me." TDJ does his inimitable talk/rap over the second half of the song, talking about the kind of church The Potter's House is, he even manages to get the word "ethnicities" into the groove. The performance is alive - I can just see the sweat spraying out as he twists and turns pounding the stage. Next up's "Hosanna" by The Christian Cultural Centre, a new-ish song, which is pushed along by fast programmed drum triplets, mmmmmm tasty; first-class tune and rendition. There are 14 mega-songs from some of America's mega-churches. Excitement, anointing, outstanding playing characterise the CD. "Everybody Ought To Know" is arranged as an anthem that the congregation will find it hard to resist joining in with. "I Was Created To Worship You" pulsates at the exact same frequency as the oscillation of a human body at rest. "Get Back Satan" jitterbugs along in a forward motion, it's grrrreeeat. What more can I say about this feast of musical praise? It's all meat, a real treat.

Style: Gospel
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 12395
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Integrity Gospel 000768321928
Items: 1
Release Date: 2004

14 mega-gospel songs by some of America's mega-churches.

An explosion of praise is reverberating from the rooftops of America's Mega Churches (congregations of 5,000 or more) and as these churches worship, the sound of their praise is stirring the church worldwide.
This album features the powerhouse sounds of 14 of these congreagtions including The Potter's House in Dallas, Straight Gate Church in Detroit, Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City and Lakewood Church in Houston. Combining favourite worship songs along with never-before-heard tracks, this mega worship experience will warm your heart and refresh your soul.














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