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Passon: God of This City [edit]
by Passion | Genre: Praise & Worship | Release Date: February 05, 2008
 

Uniting thousands of university students in an effort to make God's fame known in the campuses and churches of the nation, the Passion movement continues to gain momentum.

Passion's latest disc highlights some of the best moments of both Passion'07 in Atlanta (with over 23,000 university students) and the USA regional events. The album features new music from Chris Tomlin, David Crowder Band, Charlie Hall, Matt Redman, Christy Nockels, Kristian Stanfill and more.

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01. Let God Arise - Chris Tomlin
02. You Are God - Charlie Hall
03. God Of This City - Chris Tomlin
04. O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing - David Crowder*Band
05. Hosanna - Christy Nockels
06. Sing Sing Sing - Chris Tomlin
07. Beautiful Jesus - Kristian Stanfill
08. Walk This World - Charlie Hall
09. We Shine - Steve Fee
10. God Of Our Yesterdays - Matt Redman
11. Glory Of It All - David Crowder*Band
12. Shine - Matt Redman
13. Dancing Generation - Matt Redman
14. Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) - Chris Tomlin

Entry last edited by Angel on 02.17.09

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Another good Passion collection | Posted August 05, 2008
I've been a big fan of the Passion conference collections for the past 10 years, especially the last few which have included the newest live versions of future hits by Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, Matt Redman and Charlie Hall.

Passion: God of This City is another good Passion collection. God of This City by Chris Tomlin is one of the highlights and I love the addition of Fee and We Shine to the conference. My other favorites are Hosanna sung by Christy Nockels, The Glory Of It All by David Crowder and my favorite song is Shine by Matt Redman based on Philippians 2:14-16, which seems to be the theme of this album.

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CONTINUING TO EMPOWER A NEW GENERATION | Posted September 29, 2008
The latest installment in the Passion series is God of This City, a live disc featuring the best moments of Passion ’07 and regional events which visited six cities this past fall and spring. Fourteen tracks include favorites from Chris Tomlin, Charlie Hall, David Crowder Band, Christy Nockels, Matt Redman, Kristian Stanfill and Fee. Songs like Tomlin’s “Let God Arise,” Crowder’s “The Glory of It All” and Redman’s “Shine” rock harder live than on the original recordings. There are numerous moments of collective worship where the live choir of voices shine through. And if you attended any of the Passion events over the past year, it makes for a memorable keepsake to draw you back to the experience.

The six new songs obviously shine. The title track is by far the best song of the collection. Chris Tomlin’s passionate vocals, underscored by a soft piano, work in tandem to build to a powerful chorus that’s extremely fitting for this season in the life of Passion, as Giglio & Co. set out this month on a 17-city world tour. The lyrics eloquently state, “Greater things are yet to come and greater things are still to be done in this city,” an anthem sure to be chanted throughout the world as Passion takes its timeless message to the nations.

Other stand-out new tunes include Christy Nockels’ beautiful rendition of Hillsong United’s “Hosanna,” Chris Tomlin’s anthemic “Sing Sing Sing” (sure to show up on his much-anticipated new studio album) and Matt Redman’s tender ballad “God of Our Yesterdays.”

A good live album breathes new life into songs and creates an atmosphere that transports the listener to the time of the live experience. You won’t be able to listen to this record without belting out the choruses to these songs alongside the attendees of these events. God of This City puts listeners in the center of the heartbeat of Passion. And if the new tracks are any indication, greater things are yet to come from the artists represented on this project. –Lindsay Williams

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passion band | Posted August 11, 2012
realmente essa banda manda muito bem...                                                                            ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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God of this City | Posted February 07, 2008
The new Passion album is one of the most amazing CD's. It's filled with powerful worship songs. I could listen to the song "God of This City" over and over and never get tired of it. It is sung by Chris Tomlin and has such a powerful message. The other songs are great as well. There are songs from David Crowder, Matt Redman, Charlie Hall, Christy Nockels, and more. Definitely get this CD.

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