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Humour/Spoken Word - Released January 10, 2019 | Centricity Music - 12Tone Music, LLC

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Not counting the 2016 holiday LP Behold, 2018's Look Up Child is the follow-up to Lauren Daigle's breakout debut, How Can It Be, an album that topped the Billboard Christian chart and crossed over to the Top 30 of the Billboard 200. More stylistically diverse and notably more soulful, Look Up Child not only lives up to the potential of her debut but ups the ante in terms of arrangements, production, and performances. (It also outperformed her debut on the charts, going all the way to number three on the Billboard 200.) As if to re-set expectations, it opens with a dramatic, orchestral glissando before settling into the urgent "Still Rolling Stones," a choral call to faith. In terms of rhythmic diversity, she ventures into reggae on "Your Wings," and the syncopated title track experiments with African-inspired beats and gospel. Seeming to embrace higher volumes -- vocally speaking -- on much of the record, there is plenty of dynamic balladry here, too, including tracks like the choir-backed "You Say" and poignant "Love Like This." Offering respite from the album's frequent swelling climaxes, she offers more delicate interpretations on tracks like "Rebel Heart" and "Inevitable," the only song with solo piano for accompaniment. After 12 original songs, the album closes on a carefree, six-and-a-half-minute version of the traditional hymn "Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus." Throughout, Look Up Child's nuanced, soul-steeped vocal performances are bound to draw Daigle even more comparisons to Adele -- not the worst burden to have to endure. ~ Marcy Donelson
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French - Released November 2, 2018 | Rec. 118

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released January 25, 2019 | Centricity Music - 12Tone Music, LLC

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released June 10, 2015 | Ina Archives

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French - Released October 25, 2019 | Rec. 118

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released April 14, 2015 | Centricity Music (CEY)

How Can It Be is the debut album by Louisiana-based CCM singer Lauren Daigle. After appearing on future labelmate Jason Gray's 2012 single "Nothing Is Wasted," Daigle signed with Centricity Music, which released an EP in late 2014 based around her soaring, piano-led worship ballad "How Can It Be." When the single hit the Billboard Christian charts at number 16, seven more songs were added, fleshing out the EP into Daigle's 2015 full-length debut album. Her powerful, smoky voice has drawn comparisons to Adele, and the album's soulful production offers plenty of punch and pop hooks. Daigle co-wrote much of the album and is joined on the song "Power to Redeem" by Tennessee-based duo All Sons & Daughters. © Timothy Monger /TiVo
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French - Released August 2, 2019 | Rec. 118

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Humour - Released July 19, 2019 | 800 Pound Gorilla Music

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released May 26, 2003 | WM Spain

Mike Oldfield's groundbreaking album Tubular Bells is arguably the finest conglomeration of off-centered instruments concerted together to form a single unique piece. A variety of instruments are combined to create an excitable multitude of rhythms, tones, pitches, and harmonies that all fuse neatly into each other, resulting in an astounding plethora of music. Oldfield plays all the instruments himself, including such oddities as the Farfisa organ, the Lowrey organ, and the flageolet. The familiar eerie opening, made famous by its use in The Exorcist, starts the album off slowly, as each instrument acoustically wriggles its way into the current noise that is heard, until there is a grand unison of eccentric sounds that wildly excites the ears. Throughout the album, the tempos range from soft to intense to utterly surprising, making for some excellent musical culminations. Mandolins and Spanish guitars are joined by grinding organs and keyboards, while oddball bells and cranking noises resound in the distance. In the middle of the album, guest Viv Stanshall announces each instrument seconds before it is heard, ending with the ominous sounding tubular bells, a truly powerful and dominating instrument. The most interesting and overwhelming aspect of this album is the fact that so many sounds are conjured up yet none go unnoticed, allowing the listener a gradual submergence into each unique portion of the music. Tubular Bells is a divine excursion into the realm of new age music. [The 2003 bonus DVD edition included tracks mixed in 5.1 sound, as well as "Introduction 2003: 'The Video'."] © TiVo
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Humour/Spoken Word - Released November 16, 2018 | Maranatha (MRA)

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released October 11, 2019 | Hillsong Music and Resources LLC

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released April 14, 2016 | Cavalere ENT.

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released June 28, 2019 | Hillsong Music and Resources LLC

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released September 12, 2019 | Republic Records

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Humour - Released July 19, 2019 | Versöhnungsrecords

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Humour - Released December 16, 2019 | FrtyFve

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released July 15, 2016 | Hillsong Music and Resources LLC

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released January 27, 2020 | Republic Records

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released December 9, 2019 | WortArt

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Humour/Spoken Word - Released June 14, 2019 | Highscore Music