Style: Corporate praise & worship; compare to Paul Baloche, Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher
Top tracks: "Adoration," "All Who Are Thirsty," "We Need You"
Having written worship staples like "Our God Saves" and "Everlasting God," one of 2007's most sung songs from any genre, and having songs recorded by platinum-sellers like Chris Tomlin, Brenton Brown has little need to pursue an artist career. But seeking a more personal vehicle for his famed catalog, Brown's first stateside release enlists a "Who's Who" of producers, players, and co-writers to impressively realize the sonic potential of his fine song craftsmanship. Though some campy two-beats and corporate "Hey, hey's" occasionally distract, the poignant strains of "All Who Are Thirsty" and monumental fervor of "Amazing God" remind us why Brown will be contributing to worship's musical landscape for years.1
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