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Matt Redman's "10,000 Reasons": Music Review



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I didn't really want to like this album. I used to be really into Redman's music back in the '90s. but have felt that in recent years, he just kind of blended into this homogenous, 'Christianese' sound.

His new album, 10,000 Reasons, has helped to soften my opinion a bit, though. Several of these songs have a renewed energy, such as "We Are the Free" and "We Could Change the World," and will give his fans a slightly different flavor than his usual acoustic-driven hits. Get ready to hear the album-only track "Endless Hallelujah" as a corporate worship song, along with the first released single "Never Once."

You can expect a bit of musical monotony, but all in all, this is a solid release with some great tracks.

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