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Love, Peace & Happiness [edit]
by Out Of Eden | Genre: Rap/Urban | Release Date: February 10, 2004

Out Of Eden's fifth Gotee Records release, Love, Peace & Happiness is brimming with confidence. From the warmth of the title track to the emotionally evocative, "I Know," Out of Eden has outdone themselves once again, setting an artistic benchmark for their genre.

Track Listing
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01. Make Way
02. Just The Way
03. Love, Peace & Happiness
04. Soldiers
05. I Know
06. It's You
07. Shoulda Listened
08. Could've Been Me
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09. Drama Free
10. Tennessee Girls Interlude
11. Secret
12. Sincerely

Entry last edited by CCMSingles on 01.18.16

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out of eden | Posted November 30, 2011
Sincerely just drives me over my head. If it was not for God the Son's mercy and grace. I would have not ben saved. The sondg has just got a strong word to it. And just gets me reminded of God's love and mercy. Shoulda listened, soliders and could've been me are so so uplifting.

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this rocks! | Posted September 11, 2008
these ballads rock! i love out of eden... their music is really great... this cd is one of their better ones.. i love it ! keep up the good work!!!!!!!

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out of eden | Posted February 02, 2008
I don't know where I heard of them first, I probably saw them in the bookstore (I have an addiction to going in there and just dreaming about all the stuff I would buy if I had all the money in the world. :D) and I heard the song "soldiers". The rest is history. Their other songs are not necessarily my favorite, but I like "soldiers", and my sister is constantly asking to borrow my CD and she just listens to that song over and over again. :D

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Overall Great CD with a few flaws... | Posted November 02, 2007
This is one of my favorite CDs from OOE. It's the newest one (besides the hymns project), so it feels like R&B and hip-hop music of today. Even though God's name is rarely blatantly mentioned, He is implied in every song. This album's main focus seems to be witnessing and reaching out to non-Christians. The album starts off with 4 stellar songs, and ends with 3. The songs in the middle seem like filler, but it's overall a great album. The album opens with "Make Way" and "Just The Way" which are both upbeat, catchy hip-hop tunes. The title track has a '70s disco feel, but is modernized enough to sound like it belongs in today's culture. "Soldiers" is a catchy, upbeat hip-hop tune that is a call for Christians to stand up. "I Know," "It's You," "Could've Been Me," and "Shoulda Listened" are midtempo R&B songs. While all of them are catchy, none of them really stand out to me. "Drama Free" is another upbeat hip-hop tune that just makes you want to get up and dance with an awesome beat. "Secret" is a story-song about going to the grocery store and talking to a woman who wonders why she is so happy. The song is a slower-paced hip-hop song. My favorite part of it is the last chorus, which is "big" and climactic. "Sincerely" is an awesome ballad to close the album. It's a catchy and beatiful tune saying how we are unworthy of Jesus's love.

Favorites: Make Way, Soldiers, Secret, Sincerely
Great: Just The Way, Love Peace and Happiness, Drama Free
Good: I Know, Could've Been Me
OK: It's You, Shoulda Listened
Bad: none

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