The pioneering singer/songwriter returns with his fourth studio record, Run The Earth, Watch The Sky. Featuring the run away hit single "The Other Side of the Radio," this record is soaked in melodic and lyrical pleasantries certain to satisfy while leaving one awestruck with the wonder of God's creation.
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Smile, it's a fun one.| Posted August 27, 2007
Run the Earth, Watch the sky is a fun worship/contemporary/pop album by Chris Rice.
The mix of different types of music bring a odd taste to the album, as one minute you could be sitting down admiring one of his soft worship tunes, and the next minute you are dancing to his pop tunes. The more fun, up-beat songs include "me and Becky", "everything's ok" and the popular single "other side of the radio". "Wonder", "circle up" and "untitled hymn (come to Jesus)" are all good worship music. The impressive song "smile is very enjoyable because it is very well done in every way. Overall most of the songs never break good.
Chris Rice's lyrics are solid, but nothing jaw dropping, as this CD just brings the attention to the wonder of God. But "me and Becky" has an important message. "Smile" is one of the several songs that will have you listening to the lyrics.
Run the earth, Watch the sky does some clever things, but most of the album is pretty simple, but fun to listen to.
Several good songs| Posted July 25, 2007
I bought this CD at a Chris Rice concert. Has a couple of my favorites from him- "The Other Side of the Radio" and "Untitled Hymn". I like the "Untitled Hymn" and how the verses go through the Christian walk. I also liked the Narnia reference in the one song.
A Couple Good Songs| Posted July 25, 2007
I bought this CD at a Chris Rice concert. I even got his autograph. I purchases this one since it has my two favorites on it "The Other Side Of the Radio" and "Untitled Hymn". I really like how the hymn takes you through the Christian walk. I also liked the Narnia reference in the one song.