Worth The View
Posted January 30, 2008
By KevinMcNeese_NRT, Staff Reviewer
FFH's third album was Have I Ever Told You. Although they broke little ground on this album, they did deliverer the goods that many fans grew to crave. From the pop perfection on "Watching Over Me" to the powerful Easter themed ballad "On My Cross" Have I Ever Told You is a solid collection of tunes. Unfortunately, they did write a song that is worse than "Big Fish." The song "Astronaut" left me wondering how the producers ever thought it fit the theme of the album. It's almost like finding one weed in a bed of beautiful flowers. It's a silly melody that has lyrics to match the mood: "And I don't know that much about astronauts/But I know that Jesus cares an awful lot/He made the stars/He made the moon/Just think of how much more/He love you." Huh? Seriously though, it's rare to find an album that hits home every time, and the rest of this record is great. "We Sing Alleluia" could easily be fit into any Sunday morning worship set list and "I'm Amazed" speaks clearly of how God is bigger that we will ever be able to fathom. Definitely an album that is not necessarily "out of the world," but worth looking at the view.
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