Remixed: Get Movin' by Mandisa  | CD Reviews And Information | NewReleaseToday

Shop Now At Amazon Buy Christian Music On iTunes


Remixed: Get Movin' [edit]
by Mandisa | Genre: Electronic/Dance | Release Date: August 14, 2012

After three-time GRAMMY® Nominee Mandisa delivered last April’s immensely successful and fastest-selling album, What If We Were Real, the American Idol finalist will follow up with the release of her new EP, Get Movin’, available exclusively at all digital retailers on August 14. The five-song assortment features tracks that span the vocal powerhouse's discography, opening with the thrilling Capital Kings interpretation of her current smash single “Good Morning,” featuring TobyMac.

Track Listing
Click here to add a video. Click to add lyrics if not listed.
01. Good Morning (Capital Kings Remix)
02. Stronger (Movin’ Remix)
03. Only The World (Switch Remix)
04. Shackles (Switch Remix)
05. My Deliverer (RawlsCO Latin Remix)

Entry last edited by NRTeamAdmin on 07.27.12

Christian CD Reviews
(2) Total Review(s) | Average NRTeam Rating:
Rated 3 Stars
Add Your Review Join The NRTeam
Sort Reviews By: Most Helpful | Most Recent | Showing reviews 1 through 10 of 2:  

High-Energy Party | Posted September 24, 2012
Remixed-Get Movin', the latest release from former American Idol contestant and Christian pop diva Mandisa, is a welcome escape from the standard versions of the songs that are played on your local CCM station. It contains remixes of 5 previously released songs spanning her three previous full length albums.
First up on this high-energy EP is the Capital Kings Remix of "Good Morning." This single is from the 2011 release, What If We Were Real. This remix has enough bass and hard hitting drums to wish all your neighbors a good morning as you turn it on high and pull out of your driveway. If you liked the previous version, you will love this even more.
Up next is another remix from What If We Were Real. The Movin' Remix of "Stronger" definitely comes with a stronger attitude than the original. The lyrics don't change but the message seems to morph with the new energy added to the song.
The Switch Remix of "Only the World" follows on, taking us back to Mandisa's debut album, True Beauty. The remix is a nice change from what is still played on CCM radio. The message holds true of the song. Some of the added effects on the song with the cheering crowds are somewhat overdone and will detract if you're listening closely, but you'll be too busy with it cranked up and bobbing your head.
One of the first songs Mandisa ever sang to the general public shows up next. A cover of Mary Mary's "Shackles" takes us back to that night on American Idol when Simon Cowell called her performance "a bit indulgent." For one of the first times on a mainstream television hit a Christian was professing their faith rather than standing behind a mask of performance. This is a great cover of a great song and the remix is a nice flashback. The effect of chains dragging is again a bit much but, I can forgive a bit of indulgence.
The album closes with the RawlsCO Latin Remix of "My Deliverer." This of course is from Mandisa's sophomore release Freedom. The Latin vibe is really nice on this and if you don't find yourself doing a little meringue dance while listening than you need to get your pulse checked.
Closing Thoughts:
This album is a nice bit of fun. It is a good summary of Mandisa's greatest radio songs and I was actually excited listening to it. I'm not the biggest fan of the first efforts that have almost been overplayed on Christian radio stations, but these remixes put some new life into the songs. 

Comments (0)Add Comment | Is This Review Helpful? Yes | No
justink (115)

It's Ok... | Posted August 15, 2012
Remix albums are never really creative unless they take the song apart and REbuild them into something great- they didn't do that. They sped up vocals and put it over new beats which is fine but it is what it is: sped up vocals over new beats. Good Morning, which was already a fun song in the first place, amps up the fun. Stronger is annoying with too fast vocals, Shackles is pretty good. 

Wait till it goes on sale for like 1.99 on amazon to buy it. 

Comments (0)Add Comment | Is This Review Helpful? Yes | No
NRTeam Review RSS Feed
Showing reviews 1 through 10 of 2:  

Christian Music, Facebook Christian Music, Twitter Christian Music, YouTube Christian Music, Instagram


Christian Music

©2020 NewReleaseToday
A Division Of NRT Media Inc.


Discover New Artists
New This Week
Coming Soon
NEW! PodCasts
Free Music
Album Reviews


New Music
Movies / Media


Music Videos


Concert Reviews
We Love Awards


Privacy Policy
Terms of Use
New Music Email


Music Studies
Artist Training
replica watches
repliki zegarkow
replicas relojes
repliki rolex

replique montre fausse rolex replique rolex