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All That Is Within Me
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon December 3, 2007
MercyMe's latest release, 'All That is Within Me', is a quality CD from start to finish.

Although I do not think that it is their best album ever, it is certainly very good. An album that is average for MercyMe would be top notch for most groups.

The sound is a bit heavier rock and roll than their previous albums. They pull this off very well. Lyrically, it is solidly Christian as all of their CDs are.

There are several tracks that standout. Among those are the following: Goodbye Ordinary, Time Has Come, God With Us, and Finally Home. I find the song, 'Finally Home' to be particularly touching. Anyone who has lost a parent will likely have the same reaction.

There is also a DVD from a recent concert that contains live performances of several of their all time great songs including: I Can Only Imagine, Hold Fast, Word of God Speak, Bring The Rain, and a few others.

This album is well worth the price. I recommend it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on November 22, 2007
"All that is Within Me" is another masterpiece of praise and worship. I have been listening to the title song over and over again, but I never get bored of it. Instead every time I listen to it, it reminds of how wonderful God has been in my life even though I have failed Him in several occasions. This song is all about surrendering yourself to the Lord to be as used as an instrument so that His name would be glorified in everything that you do.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2007
How many albums hit you as brilliant from the first listen? Very few in my opinion. This new one from MercyMe is an exception. I've only listened to it once and already I can see it as being arguably their best outing yet. The lyrics seem typically solid, and the music pulls you right in. There is not a dead track on it. "Time Has Come" is the early front-runner track for me. Brilliant stuff.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It's hard to argue against MercyMe being the best Christian artist of the decade and this album just adds to their stellar career achievements. Easily the most accessible Christian artist whose music is heard out and about in stores and restaurants and on radio without ever straying from the Gospel. "God With Us", "You Reign", "Finally Home" and "Time Has Come" are all Biblical and catchy and rank among MercyMe's best songs. MercyMe's sound and lyrical depth has only grown with each album and in my opinion, this is the best of 2007.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2007
I have liked Mercy Me since "I Can Only Imagine". I have quite a few of their CD's, but I think this is my favorite.
It's alittle rockier than alot of people are used to, but they pull it off. I don't know why they don't do rock more often-it suits them.
My 2 favorite songs are "You Reign (both cuts), and Another Story. Worship songs that add another dimension.
Young or old, I don't think you'll be disappointed in this CD.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
When Mercy Me exploded on the Christian music scene, they quickly became known for their rock/pop worship. This new release is another winner sure to please their multitude of fans.

Artists often put challenge songs near the end, but Mercy Me opens up with a great challenge. "Goodbye Ordinary" calls for Christians to live extraordinary lives because there is so much more to life. It's a solid pop/rock opener.

But if you are looking for worship, look no further then the next track. The rockier "Time Has Come" is a call to worship God. It's a fun track that captures the message of Mercy Me.

Other standouts include "God with Us," which marvels over the God of the universe saving us, "Grace Tells Another Story," which reminds us that God can change anyone, and the disc closer, "Finally Home," which imagines a reunion in Heaven and meeting God there.

Stylistically, this is a cross between their recent, rocky release and their more pop/rock earlier releases. What does this mean exactly? It's rockier then their early stuff, but it has a bit more pop then "Coming Up to Breath" did.

But the style is the only strike against this CD. Mercy Me has a tendency to all blend together for me, and it happens again here. The songs are great, but they sound so similar it's hard to pick them apart.

In reality I'd give this disc a 4.5, but since I can't, I've rounded down. It may not win the group any new fans, but their loyal fans will love it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 30, 2007
I started listening to Mercy Me a few years ago, and to the glory of God, they've grown spiritually and musically, always ministering to those who are down-hearted and to those who don't know Christ; reminding those in Christ what we should continually be doing: loving one another, regardless. I'm not saying that Mercy Me hasn't always been a great group; they're wonderful. This CD, "All That is Within Me" is superb, from beginning to end. I recommend it to everyone, whether you're a Christian or not. It speaks volumes to the heart and soul.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 11, 2008
Bands and artists that have been around for a while with five or more albums, and numerous top singles under their belts, seem to dumb down from one record to the next. So, when I was in the mood to try something new to listen to, somehow I picked up MercyMe's latest album All That Is Within Me. I didn't expect much from these guys. But as I began to listen, I realized I was wrong. Let me sum it up in two words.

Uplifting rockabilly.

If those two words truly go together.

This being the sixth studio album from the pop/rock group, they've strengthened what makes them so great.

The track "Goodbye Ordinary" starts the record off with a powerful rock anthem that is sure to please fans, but they don't stop there. The next song "Time Has Come" beats up the tempo as it shows off the band's edge to rock. "I Know" is a song that professes faith in God through love.

The first radio single off this album "God With Us" is torn from the same cloth as previous singles and made to become a lasting one. The two songs "Sanctified" and "You Reign" are simple titled songs with deep meaning and inspirational moods. One of the most outstanding tracks comes next with "Grace Tells Another Story". Bart Millard's vocals display conviction and morality, creating a beautiful ballad about God's grace. The song "Alright" reminded me (if I had lived in the 70's) of a song that could have been done by the group Steve Miller Band. Rounding out All That Is Within Me are the sweet moving tracks "My Heart Will Fly" and "Finally Home" that each touch on love and, what seems to be a theme in MercyMe's music, our journey toward heaven.

MercyMe has come a long way since the astronomical hit "I Can Only Imagine". Instead of being a one hit wonder band, they showed the Christian music scene that they can hold their own. In this album no barriers are broken or new avenues explored, but it's another solid recording these guys can hold high. Whether or not I wanted to listen to this album, pickers can't be choosers, and I am sure glad I did.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2008
When I hear a song by an artist or group and like it, I tell myself that there's a good chance I'll like more from this person or group. After hearing "God With Us" a number of times I thought I would download this album, knowing I've liked these guys before. After listening one or two times to the entire thing, it became quickly one of my favorite Christian set of songs I've ever experienced (I say this not as a seasoned music critic, just a guy who loves good songs). Literally I love every song here! I can't say that with all the albums I have, who can? From "God With Us" reminding us down here that there's One closer than the air in our lungs to "Almost Home" giving us a glimpse into the future when tears are wiped away at the site of the King and reunited with those we love to "You Reign" telling us through it all Jesus sits on His throne, these songs give life to the walk we call the human journey with others and our Companion. May they continue to be inspired and spread the incredibly Good News of Jesus, His coming and our hope.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2008
Well I gave this album a good listen and it has a few songs that are really good. The best song in my opinion is "God With Us" it is awesome, however, this album does not have enough rock feel to it like the coming up to breathe album had, I miss the heavy electric guitar like in the awesome mini solo near the end of "Something About You" on the previous album I loved that and they need more of that in their songs. Also, I dont like the sound like its an orchestra at the beginning of some songs.

Overall it was a decent album, but apart from a few songs the album just seemed thrown together and it didnt seem like the group put as much effort into these songs.
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