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Hello Fear

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Hello Fear
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The Story Of Fear
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Before I Die
4:23
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I Am
5:36
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But The Blood
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Everyone Hurts
6:33
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I Smile
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Give Me
Artist: Kirk Franklin featuring Mali Music
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Never Alone Interlude
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The Altar
Artist: Kirk Franklin featuring Marvin Sapp & Beverly Crawford
6:56
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Something About The Name Jesus Pt. 2
Artist: Kirk Franklin featuring Rance Allen, Marvin Winans, John P. Kee & Isaac Carree
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Today
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The Moment #1
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The Moment #2
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A God Like You
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 77:39

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MzzDia

I am normally not a gosple music follower,however my spirit led me to download this cd, it spoke to me. I am so glad it did, this is one of the best Kirk Franklin's music I have heard in long long time.I love love love the opening song"Hello Fear", much much more than some of the others.However, Give Me, Before I Die,Moment#1 and the Story of Fear spoke volumes to me. Thanks Kirk. My spirit and I thank you for brinigng me back to the fold. I realy enjoyed this download very, very much, I recommend downloading this.Enjoy keep the blessings coming Emusic.

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Last go-round, Kirk Franklin was dark and cathartic for The Fight of My Life, but for 2011′s Hello Fear, despite the title, Franklin sounds much more positive (but still dedicated). On the cover, he stands at the edge of a rocky cliff, looking serious, ready to confront any obstacle. (After all, saying hello to fear is a welcome and not a withdrawal.) Inside, although Franklin definitely sounds a sober note during his spoken word narrative “The Story of Fear,” the music is different: hopeful, inspired, encouraging. The album title is especially ironic given that Hello Fear features some of the most uplifting material Franklin has written in several years, including “Give Me,” “Today,” and the lead single “I Smile.” Elsewhere, he reprises his 1998 classic “Something About the Name Jesus” with a part two that includes contributions from Rance Allen, Marvin Winans, and John P. Kee, and welcomes Marvin Sapp for “The Altar.” The closer, a celebratory old-school bounce track called “A God Like You,” is the perfect capstone. – John Bush

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