The new Spanish version of United We Stand is now available!
The live recording of the new Hillsong United album - 'United We Stand' was a history making night. Thousands gathered on the last night of Encounterfest, a three-day encounter with God, to put to record what God is doing in the hearts of young people. The presence of God was all-consuming as the United Worship team led in 13 new songs, continually pursuing a fresh revelation of the salvation of God. This recording is unlike any previous Hillsong United album, and you don’t want to miss out!
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Unidos Permanecemos| Posted February 18, 2014
You really should buy Unidos Permanecemos, the Spanish version of seventh live album by Hillsong UNITED. These worshippers will make you praise with their songs. And you really need to listen to their music. Let's adore Him!
First Spanish Album| Posted July 27, 2013
I am half Spanish myself and I can say that this album has had tremendous success in the Spanish music industry and as well as the Spanish churches all around the world. Songs that have impacted me are songs like Desde Mi Interior and Fuego De Dios.
Unidos Permanencemos| Posted September 19, 2012
I would write this in Spanish, but my vocabulary still isn't big enough. My best friend gave me this CD and I have been wearing it out. I've been studying Spanish and one of my favorite ways to learn new words that I can remember is by listening to Spanish music. I find it helpful to listen to Spanish music I'm familiar with in English, so this was great since I love "United we Stand" as well :) Anyway, I've listened to the Spanish version so much, it's like my default when I hear the music start playing. Love it! Such great, powerful lyrics and amaaaazing instrumentation! Dios te bendiga!
An Just OK Album| Posted May 14, 2009
United We Stand, is a largely Hillsong-by-the-numbers effort offering plenty in the way of familiarity. Everything one has come to expect from a United album is here - the live atmosphere, the big arrangements and a dogged insistence in rewriting the same worship song over and over.
One listen to United We Stand confirms it as a predictable successor to previous United efforts. The faster songs are catchy and energetic without managing to sound memorable. Lyrically, the band never ventures beyond the expected either. The usual worship clichés abound, as each song on United We Stand involves some variety of their typical "Live for You," "Tell the world about Jesus," and "Jesus, You are beautiful" lyrics.
Chronologically, the album sounds drawn out as well. United We Stand starts off briskly enough, with three energetic live numbers ("The Time Has Come," "Take It All," "From God Above") that prove why this band is a natural favorite among youth. It is not long however, until the album gets bogged down by momentum-robbing slow worship songs that seem unnecessarily placed together, and by the time it finally draws to a close, not even the enthusiastic "Revolution" can pick this album back up.
Hillsong United are not necessarily known for variety between albums and one could argue that their fans would prefer it any other way. There's nothing on United We Stand that we haven't already heard on Look To You or More Than Life. Nothing here is new, yet nothing is missing either. Those who know and love United will no doubt enjoy this, since their favorite worship band has once again delivered a familiar batch of songs that will please more than inspire.