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With 11 million albums sold and 5 Grammy® Awards to his credit, TobyMac refuses to settle on past accomplishments, as he delivers a diverse album built on honest struggle. He remains passionate about his desire to write songs at the intersection where life and spirituality collide. He calls his new album, Eye On It, which he also calls a complete labor of love.

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  • Audio CD (February 9, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Forefront Records
  • ASIN: B002XZ62D4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
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1. Tonight (Feat. John Cooper Of Skillet)
2. Get Back Up
3. Funky Jesus Music (Feat. Beckah Shae And Siti Monroe)
4. City On Our Knees
5. ShowStopper
6. Changed Forever (Feat. Nirva Ready)
7. Hold On
8. LoudNClear (TruDog 10)
9. Hey Devil
10. Wonderin' (Feat. Matthew Thiessen)
11. Captured
12. Start Somewhere
13. Break Open The Sky (Feat. Israel Houghton)

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"'City On Our Knees' is really about a moment," says Toby. "A moment that we all come together to a place where there's no judgment, but really love. And we choose to recognize one God together. And it's really a reminder that that moment could be right now, tonight. And in that moment judgment falls by the wayside, we choose to step across the line, whatever side we're on. Love fills in the cracks and makes up the difference."

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2010 album from the Christian artist, the highly anticipated follow up to the best-selling album Portable Sounds. Continuing Toby's unique ability to blend musical influences Tonight has an amazing mix of Rock, Pop, Urban and Hip Hop sounds and styles. It features the smash hit single "City On Our Knees"

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My 10 year old son LOVES this CD.
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I like pretty much all the songs, and it really gets me pumping.
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Great beats and an amazing message.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Davis TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 9, 2010
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Starting with dcTalk, and then going solo when the group disbanded in 2000, TobyMac still clings to such notions as hard work, persistence, patience and the power of music, which he insists is still what keeps him going. Tonight is easily the most anticipated new album of the new decade, and is truly amazing and a great way to start off the year. If you are a long-time Christian music fan, you'll hear that classic blend of rock, hip-hop and worship that made Jesus Freak one of the all-time greatest albums in the history of Christian music. Toby grabbed me immediately with opening track "Tonight," featuring John Cooper from Skillet, which is a techno-style rock song that rivals "Say The Words" by dcTalk, both in intensity and catchiness. Toby's vocals have never sounded better and he and John blend seamlessly as they both sing their hearts out on this fantastic opening song expressing our urgency for God. One theme that runs loud and clear throughout the album is the idea that we all need God, and we need him now, this morning, this afternoon, tonight. "Right here, right now / Under the stars / I promise You my heart / 'Cause it starts tonight," Toby sings on the chorus of the title track.

If you are looking for a hip-hop song in the style of "Made To Love," look no further than second song "Get Back Up." The melody and music is so catchy, I was bouncing in my seat as I listened to the song. "Funky Jesus Music" is next and I can't remember any album since Portable Sounds that has three opening tracks as strong and upbeat as the first three songs on Tonight. If the start of the album wasn't incredible enough, next comes Toby's GRAMMY-nominated song "City On Our Knees." "If you gotta start somewhere why not here? If you gotta start sometime why not now?
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Heaven Citizen on February 15, 2010
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I bought a copy of TobyMac's latest CD album, "Tonight" from Family Christian Stores on its release date. The employee at the store was kind enough to sell me one of the "pre-bought" copies of the Limited Deluxe Edition of the album. :-) I started listening to it in my car on the way home and from the get-go, it definitely felt like a sequel to the best-selling album Portable Sounds. The album includes a diversity of different sounds and beats. From a more traditional rock style to hip hop and dance, the CD includes both heart-pumping rhythms and sincere heart-felt love songs. Already a hit song "City on Our Knees," is a call to action for many Christians, as the song says "Tonight's the night".

The album includes dance tracks "Funky Jesus Music", "ShowStopper" and "Tonight". The song "ShowStopper" may appear during the Winter Olympics 2010 and on the NFL Network. The album features John Cooper from the band Skillet, artist Beckah Shae and Matthew Thiessen from Relient K, as well as the members of the Diverse City Band, which includes DJ Maj, Shon Lock, B. "Da Bomb" Haley, Gabereal, Nirva Dorsaint-Ready, Tim Rosenau, Toddie Funk and Dave "dDubb" Wyatt.

One thing I liked about this Deluxe Edition is the fact that it includes a Bonus DVD with approximately 70 minutes of content, i.e., behind the scenes, making of, on tour footage, and Gospel Music Channel's Faith and Fame. You get to see TobyMac's journey from his early childhood, the dcTalk days, to where he's at today. It's informative, honest, and fun to watch.

If you're a TobyMac fan and enjoyed his prequel album, Portable Sounds, you won't be disappointed with Tonight!!! :-)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CAL on February 10, 2010
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Okay music fans! If you love music this is a great CD to have. If you have had a rough year & looking for God to speak to you & restore you & minister to you, this CD is a MUST!

Toby has been doing his thing for more than 20 years & I must say TMac I do not know how you do it but you have out done yourself again. You are not only writing good music, but tapping into God's heart & raising up an amazing future talent (go TruDog- I look forward to hearing more of you in the up & coming years).

Whatever you may be going through, God will use this music to minister to your soul!

Enjoy!
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22 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Josh Balogh on February 10, 2010
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Well, I pre-ordered toby's newest "tonight" months ago and my expectations were high (and rightfully so, he usually delivers) but this one let me down. I noticed another reviewer commenting that these smell like b-sides; I concur. Toby usually raises his game from cd to cd and changes his style to keep it fresh but these songs just sound like a continuation of "Portable sounds", only not quite as good.

I had really looked forward to hearing what toby and Matt Theissen of Relient K would come up with in their collaboration, but their song "Wonderin" was really the largest swing and miss for me. Others that didn't quite connect with me were "Get back up" which is too similar to "I'm for you", and "Captured" which reminded me of "Burn for you". "Funky Jesus music" is the "Diverse city" of this album and "Showstopper" is just like "The slam", "Boomin", "Yours", and "Extreme days".

All is not lost though, the title track "Tonight" with John Cooper from Skillet is a major highlight, more of a driving techno rock feel. "City on our knees" is still a great song even though radio plays it to death. "Break open the sky" is Tobymac's nod to traditional reggae although Israel Houghton's appearance is forgettable. The horns in "Start Somewhere" are nice and tasty, and "Hey devil" is different enough from previous rock songs that Toby has done to keep it interesting.

As a long time fan of all the former Dc talk boys I really wanted to love this one, but I didn't see enough growth and risk to warrant more than a 3 star cd.
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