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The Song Inside the Sounds of Breaking Down

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London Town
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Make You Move
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Alive
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Ashes And Flames
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Breaking Down
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Kiss Your Feet
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Closer
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Setting Suns
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I Am A Temple
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Next To You
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Walking In My Sleep
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How He Loves
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 59:29

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The song inside the sounds of breaking down

JonPMills

Quite simply this album is a masterpiece. The music is outstanding, the lyrics poetic, and it is a proper album - not just a collection of good songs, but also put together in a way that makes it even better as a whole. From the opening riff of London Town to the last echo of How He Loves, it is a wonderful listening experience. And yes, How He Loves makes a great worship song, but in it's original context it is even more powerful.

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In breaking we are made whole

jpoet07

The got this for "How He Loves" a song made popular by other bands but written for the broken. John Mark McMillan has a desperation about him and his music that is undefined by most worship artist. Though his songs are not all pretty, they are all real. God is looking for the real. Excellent artist

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How he loves

EMUSIC-00BB735D

We sing "How he loves" at church. I haven't heard the rest of the album yet (got to wait till next month.) Incredible song.

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original

Mannie

John Mark's songwriting is both disarmingly raw and elegantly poetic. A true artist among parrots.

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Great

McCleery27

Download this now if you like genuine worship music. You can tell John Mark actually loves the Lord and is walking the walk.

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Yup

luv4sail

This guy is a breath of fresh air. Musically he is pretty good, and his lyrics are awesome. I am Temple is a stand out as is make you move, and closer. If more christians start practicing their instruments like this guy, than we might get some more good Christ inspired music in the future.

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Sincerety and passion

Calhoun

At a first listening there are many qualities of the album that are unsatisfying: The production and soundquality don't sound professional; the album sounds like the 90s; the guitar is too dominant etc (it is not that bad, but I was disturbed by it). But perhaps this is how music should be made - production hasn't replaced passion. There is so much passion on this record! He means every word he sings. And it is no plastic faith that is presented, it is true, pure sincerety! So adjust your EQUALIZER and enjoy John Mark McMillan!

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Christian Angst

Returning

There is a bitter sweetness to the redemptive process and John Mark evokes it in the weaving of rock 'n' roll tales. A celebration of holiness in the dirt, 'The Song Inside the Sounds of Breaking Down' brings truth to my soul. Familiar but never predictable, John Mark's creativity is exhaustless but not gratuitous - nothing is indispensible. I've got a feeling that whatever he does next (and it's bound to be good) this will be a classic that will stand the test of time.