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October 4, 2011
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Style: Modern pop/rock; compare to Lifehouse, Daughtry, Kutless, Jeremy Camp

Top tracks: "Shadows & Sunlight," "More Than Broken," "Canyon's Edge"

He started out as a Christian rap artist in the 1990s, but since 2001, Columbus, Ohio's Marc Andre has turned exclusively to modern pop/rock. Here, he joins up with mixer Todd Robbins (dc Talk, Lincoln Brewster) and masterer Brad Blackwood (Evanescence, Maroon 5, Allison Krauss) for a polished, radio-friendly collection marked by his pleading vocals, crunching guitars, and epic strings. His songwriting is vulnerable, addressing topics like addiction, depression, and materialism with Christ-centered hope.

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