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We Cry Out [edit]
by Jesus Culture | Genre: Praise & Worship | Release Date: August 14, 2007

The testimonies that have come as a result of We Cry Out are staggering. We have received reports of people getting saved watching the DVD, people encountering God in a fresh way, people who every morning put the CD on and just weep. Our heart was the same on this CD as our previous CD Everything. We wanted to capture the live worship experience happening at our Jesus Culture conferences and release the same encounter. Kim Walker, Chris Quiala, and Melissa How do an incredible job as they usher this new breed of revivalists into the presence of God.

This is the digital download version without any videos.

Track Listing
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01. We Cry Out
02. Your Love is Everything
03. Rain Down
04. I Adore You
05. See His Love
06. My Romance
07. How He Loves Us
08. Fire Fall Down
09. All I Need
10. The Time Has Come

Entry last edited by liveheart on 11.11.17

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SOME OF THE BEST FROM THE WEST | Posted September 29, 2008
Jesus Culture is an underground worship movement from California. We Cry Out is a compilation featuring worship leaders Chris Quilala, Kim Walker and Melissa Wise. Though many of the songs on the album are covers, it is refreshing to hear new voices tackle some of the most loved worship songs out there right now along with several originals as well.

From the first song, the title track, Kim makes a clear breakthrough due to the strength and passion heard in her voice. Listeners will most likely gravitate toward her contribution to the album—a stunning four songs. Her version of the John Mark McMillan song “How He Loves” is another track that will jump off the record and grab your heart. Chris Quilala’s version of the soon-to-be-known hit “Your Love Is Everything” is another key song on this compilation. If the song selection and vocals are any indication, We Cry Out should be a good prediction of who our future worship leaders will be.

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True Worship!! | Posted August 13, 2011
When I think of Worship music I think Jesus Culture, I mean hey the name says it all right !!! Turn it on turn it up and you won't be able to 'not' sing and praise and dance right along with, I mean its just MOVING !!!!! There's no way to feel anything but JOY and PEACE and LOVE when listening to any Jesus Culture album :) This was the first album I ever heard, and when I did I was laughing and crying all at the same time!!! THANKYOU JESUS!!! 5 STARS !!!!!

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YOU NEED IT! | Posted August 07, 2009
This Cd is worth it- again Kim Walker co-leads this setlist- Hillsongs "All I need is You" gets injected with passion and life as Kim walker puts her spin on it- as well as the stellar How HE Loves-

IT"S EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Good | Posted March 14, 2009
This is a really good CD.

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