REVIEW: Hillsong UNITED – Live In Miami
Aftermath: Live In Miami
For the first time in four years, Hillsong UNITED brings a fresh live album to the end tour that sold out venues across the United States and became the first Christian group to sell out the Staples Center. The two-disc album contains the hits from their “Aftermath” album and fan-favorites from years past. It’s a more-than-welcome addition to both your personal collection yet also provides variety and inspiration to arrangements in Hillsong songs you are likely already using in your congregation.
More: Aftermath: Live In Miami does an amazing job as live album – not leaving the listener feeling as if it is an album mixed for a studio release. Instead, it leaves the true audiophile feeling like you are actually at the live concert without the bootleg-feel.
Less: Hillsong UNITED has always had an amazing way of being able perform their songs acoustically. I would have loved to hear them pull off a couple in a very toned down acoustic worship fashion in this monumental album.
More Details: hillsongunited.com
(Note: A variation of my review appears in the 2012 March/April issue of Worship Leader Magazine. To read it and many other great reviews of music, books, and resources perfect for the worship leader – please visit www.worshipleader.com today. While my reviews and articles may appear in Worship Leader Magazine, the views and opinions stated here on gotworship.net are my own and in no way represent Worship Leader Magazine.)
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