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Every Moment Vol. II EP [edit]
by Curt Anderson | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: April 13, 2018

An international ambassador of Christian music, Curt Anderson has released two full-length albums and two EPs since his recording debut in 2005. His most recent release, Every Moment (2016), featured the hit singles "Keep It Beating" and "Every Moment," both reaching the Top 5 on Christian radio charts in multiple countries.

Every Moment Vol. II contains remixes of three singles as well as four new tracks, and also gives fans a behind-the-scenes listen to demos of seven songs and five worktapes.

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01. Keep Me Falling
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02. Love Like You Love radio mix
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03. Identity
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04. No Matter What
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05. Honestly
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06. Heaven Come Down
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07. Keep Me Falling mellow mix
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08. Every Moment radio mix
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09. Beautiful Life acoustic demo
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10. Beautiful Life demo
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11. Love is Rising demo
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12. When it Hurts demo
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13. Keep it Beating demo
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14. For Us demo
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15. Love Like You Love demo
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16. When it Hurts worktape
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17. Keep it Beating instrumental worktape
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18. For Us worktape
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19. Love Like You Love instrumental worktape
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20. No Matter What worktape
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Entry last edited by SarahBassett_NRT on 04.11.18

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