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Wide Eyed - Nichole Nordeman Wide Eyed (1998) - Nichole Nordeman
The Christian walk is a unpredictable journey. Just when you start to think you're somewhat mature, you discover that all you thought you had is little more than your own self-righteous works and vain imaginings. Wide Eyed is the story of a soul in that place. What do you believe? What do you trust? Nichole explores painfully real issues on this album and provides a work of art that doesn't simply reveal your faults, but also points you in the direction of healing.
All That You Can't Leave Behind - U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000) - U2
Grace is an amazing thing: it fills our lives in many ways that we often overlook or can't see. And though U2 have not been "perfect" Christians over their career, this album is unquestionably one of the best demonstrations of grace at work. From the beginning anthem "Beautiful Day" to the closer "Grace", U2 explore life issues and subtly tell the story of grace. The road is never easy, but it has its ups and its downs, and U2 has skillfully captured those feelings for all to experience on this CD.
Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys Pet Sounds (1965) - The Beach Boys
When it comes to musical quality, the Beach Boys probably don't come to your mind as a prime example. If this is true of you, then you obviously haven't heard Pet Sounds. One of a kind, Pet Sounds was primarily recorded in live sessions where Brian Wilson used a number of different instruments (guitars, electric bass, string bass, horns, flutes, saxophones, organ, piano, harpsichord, and violins to name a few). Masterfully produced and arranged, the backing tracks of the songs will amaze you; throw into that mix the subtly intricate vocal harmonies, and this album will give you many hours of listening and learning pleasure.
A Place Where You Belong - The Normals A Place Where You Belong (2002) - The Normals
Home. It's a place we all long for but can never seem to find. The Normals explore our existence on earth, finding a place where we can be content with this life while still longing for our true home. Musically, this album treads new musical ground as Andrew, Mark, BJ, Cason, and Mike sought to create music that didn't sound like anyone else but themselves. Their success at creating a new sound should be reason enough for you to buy this album; the poetical and searching lyrics only further its acclaim.
Sixpence None the Richer (self-titled) Sixpence None the Richer (1998) - Sixpence None the Richer
Poetry and musical creativity are joyfully married in this album. Never before had I heard an album with such continuity without boredom. To this day, I still can't find another album that surpasses the beauty, intelligence, and artistry that Sixpence accomplished on this album. "Kiss Me" and "There She Goes" are not the reasons that it has gone double-platinum: the artistry in-and-of-itself sells this record.

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