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Over It All [edit]
by Planetshakers | Genre: Praise & Worship | Release Date: November 06, 2020

Based in Melbourne, Australia, where citizens are under one of the world's most extreme and crippling quarantine measures due to COVID-19, Planetshakers has been following all the governmental guidelines while finding ways to connect and continue its mission.

"From a sonic perspective, we have been able to push the envelope, doing things in the studio that we couldn't do live," shares Joth Hunt. "While we can't have people together in a building, we are finding a way around some pretty incredible challenges. The Church is essential. Praise is essential. And this pandemic is not going to quarantine our worship. We may not be able to gather physically, but we can join in praise and worship remotely and through this new album."

"People are not wanting to quarantine their faith, their worship," says Russell Evans, Planetshakers Founder and Lead Pastor. "We are called to release a sound of heaven on the earth. Our prayer is as people worship the Lord with our new album, this will change the atmosphere over their homes, churches, cities and nations. I believe there are many prophetic declarations in the songs of this new album. We are so excited to see what God is going to do."

Track Listing
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01. 247 365
02. All Things New
03. So Fresh
04. Over It All
05. All I Can Say (Thank You)
06. Caught Up In Your Presence
07. Chains Are Breaking
08. Champion
09. Call On Your Name
10. Great Outpouring

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​Over It All Album Review | Posted July 08, 2023
The highly anticipated debut album, "Over It All," by the talented artist, has finally hit the airwaves, leaving fans and critics alike in awe. This album is a masterpiece that showcases the artist's growth and evolution as a musician.

From the very first track, it is evident that "Over It All" is a departure from the artist's previous work. The album seamlessly blends different genres such as pop, R&B, and hip-hop to create a unique sound that captivates listeners. Each song tells a story, with heartfelt lyrics that resonate with audiences on a deep level and time shooter 2 is also a great choice for all people.

One of the standout tracks on the album is "Breaking Free." This empowering anthem encourages listeners to break free from societal expectations and embrace their true selves. The artist's powerful vocals combined with catchy melodies make this song an instant hit.

Another highlight of "Over It All" is its production value. The album boasts top-notch production, with each instrument and vocal perfectly balanced to create an immersive listening experience. The attention to detail in every aspect of this album is truly commendable.

In conclusion, "Over It All" is an exceptional debut album that solidifies the artist's place in the music industry. With its diverse range of musical styles and thought-provoking lyrics, this album will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on listeners. Fans can expect great things from this talented artist in the future based on this remarkable debut effort.

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