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  • Audio CD (October 31, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bec Recordings
  • ASIN: B000IHY9RU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,469 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Three time Gold selling artist Jeremy Camp is about to release his highly anticipated new album Beyond Measure delivering another reason that the has earned accolades such as Songwriter of the year (2004 & 2005 ASCAP Christian Music Awards), Male Vocalist of the Year (2003 & 2004 GMZ Awards), New Artist of the Year (2003 GMA Awards) plus 9 #1 Radio back to back hits. Beyond Measure promises to please current fans and connect with an even larger audience with newly talked about songs that cut to the score of human brokenness and the ability to get on our knees in thankfulness...

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Great vocals, great music, and great lyrics.
David Sanchez
I would highly recommend this to anyone who likes upbeat Christian music.
Victory
I needed to get some of the songs from an older album.
Jennifer Ratcliff

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By W. N. Hixon on November 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Let me just start out by saying that it's about time. I think it was 2004 when Restored was originally released, and the Live Unplugged and Gold Edition albums just haven't cut it for me. Finally, new stuff!

Also since 2004, with the few new tracks that we have received(particularly Open Up Your Eyes on the Narnia inspired-by), we've been hearing a shift in Mr. Camp's style, and now here it is for sure. This album isn't Stay. It's not even Restored. It's a new sound, a new feel to Jeremy Camp. And as much as I love all of his old releases, I won't say this is a bad change.

The title track, Beyond Measure is probably his most powerful writing since I Still Believe, and a great song overall. Let it Fade also seems to capture some of the heavier, older JC feel, and is also really good. Then we have songs like Give Me Jesus that really embody how he's definitely toning down his sound. It also feels, overall, like he's being influenced a lot by his wife, Adie, sound-wise, but hey, her solo debut was really good in my opinion.

So to close a rather disjointed review, this is a good album. It's not his best, but it does contain what I feel are some of his best songs to date. The sound and style are changing, but despite changes, it is Jeremy Camp, so you can expect good things.
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Trevor R. Raichura on March 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Two things I loved about Jeremy Camp. (1) His lyrics were so "real", so easy to relate to, and so encouraging. Even challenging at times. (2) He had cool guitar parts. While not overly complicated, they were pleasant to listen to.

Beyond Measure is fairly bland, sad to say. The lyrics seem somewhat uninspired (sounds blasphemous, but let me explain), and the songs themselves are not very original. There are a few good tunes, but this one doesn't find its way to my CD player nearly as much as his previous releases.

About the lyrics: for the most part, they do not strike a chord with me the way his two other major releases (Stay and Restored) did. There are many platitudes about taking up one's cross, living a life of sacrifice, giving God control, and on and on. I know these are all good things, but I just don't "feel" his heart (or God's) in these songs. Maybe that will change in time. The worst song lyrically on the album is probably "Give You Glory" which throws out all the standard phrases. The best song is probably "I Am Nothing". Of course "Give Me Jesus" is awesome too, but it's a cover of a hymn so I can't credit him with lyrical genius here.

Of course it's Jeremy Camp, which means that fans of his music will likely gobble this one up too (as many already have, as evidenced by the reviews). But I guess maybe I am looking at this album critically. Which is good, because Christian artists need to be held to high standards, too! While his voice and songwriting don't come into question, his passion does. I recommend listening to audio clips before purchasing this one.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By NetBlazerDJ on November 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Jeremy returns with his new release "Beyond Measure". I heard the first single, the high-powered "Tonight" before the album released, and loved it. I am a little disappointed that there are few other songs that "rock out" like this one on the album, though "No Matter What" isn't bad. I was hoping for a return to his earlier, more aggressive stuff along the lines of "Stay", "Lay Down My Pride", and "Take My Life", at least for a few tracks on the album. Perhaps super-producer Aaron Sprinkle (Kutless, Hawk Nelson, Fair) should have been employed on more than just 3 tracks. Not surprisingly, 2 of these three, "Tonight" and "What It Means" are a couple of the project's best. The remainder of the songs consist of mostly well-crafted melodies, especially "When You Are Near". At times, some of the lyrics are a little cliché-ish. His talented wife, Adie (check out her solo project), provides some background vocals on the album. Overall, an ok disc, but I was hoping to play more air guitar. I'd like to add that I applaud Jeremy's talent and ministry, along with his live shows. I've seen him 3 times and would go again.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Harmon on November 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is okay. I'd say their are about 5 good songs on this album. The others seemed like filler or close to it. I knew this cd would be different from his earlier releases because he said it would be at the concert I went to. This album was mostly contemporary with a few rock and worship songs. Unless this album is a one time thing it looks like Camp is going contemporary to which it seems he's been moving to over the albums. Restored was not as rock as Stay, but close. The move from Restored to Beyond Measure is more apparent. If Camp wants to make this move however he has to come up with better songs though. The other big difference on this cd is his high notes. I think it works. I also think he doesnt need to hit those notes and Im surprised no one has commented on it. Track 1 Tonight is an amazing song to start off the album and it would have been nice to have more of that style. Camp seems to have a knack for start off songs (Understand and Restored are amazing) sadly the following 3 songs after Tonight didnt run the relay as in previous albums.I rarely skipped and tracks on his previous cds, sadly I will keep this cd only to burn 4 or 5 songs to a Camp mixed cd. Favorite songs: Tonight, Feels Like, When You Are Near, No matter What, Everything, and Give me Jesus. Those songs run the gambit of what makes Jeremy Camp great. They are songs that best showcase his rock, soft rock, contemporary, and worship influences.
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