Throughout her teens, the Dove Award-winning songstress had many chart-topping hit songs written for her, but she later took creative control by writing or co-writing all 11 tracks on 2004's self-titled release. Word Records proudly presents a 17-song treasury spanning four albums: Blessed: The Best Of Rachael Lampa.
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Great:)| Posted June 28, 2011
I love this CD. I dont listen to it often(although I am atm:P). She has a great voice, and its the only CD I have from her because I really have to be in the mood to listen to her music, but when I do, I absolutely love it:)
Terrible Collection of Music.| Posted November 13, 2008
This is a terrible collection of Rachael's so-called "best songs". The album heavily leans toward her debut (with 8 songs), has a nice showcase from her sophomore, but completely shuns her self-titled released with a mere 2 songs! And that was her best release (in my opinion)! Where's "The Good Life" or "No Other One" or "The Art"? Plus the album doesn't have any new songs. The only other songs are a boring duet with Aaron Neville and 2 terrible, I MEAN TERRIBLE, remixes. Overall, people who don't plan on buying her first two records, get this, but make sure to also pick up her self-titled album! You'll be wowed by that 2004 release!