Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live] - Jesus Culture

Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live]

Jesus Culture

  • Genre: Christian & Gospel
  • Release Date: 11 August 2017
  • Track Count: 16
  • Country: USA
  • Explicitness: notExplicit

  • Sparrow Records;℗2017 Jesus Culture Music under exclusive license to Capitol Christian M

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Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live] Album Reviews

  • Anointed!!

    5
    If you're looking for an album that will have you crying, laughing, dancing, and praising Jesus all at the same time this is it
  • Just okay

    2
    I find myself listening to the old Jesus Culture albums. Something is different with your new music. It's become very commercial. These new albums don't move my heart the way the old ones do. Still love you but I'm gonna stick to the older albums for now.
  • B. Clinton

    5
    Amazing worship album! One of JC's best yet.
  • Review

    3
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  • I enjoy this album

    4
    It helps me get into presence of the Lord and worship Him. Jesus Culture is a very good worship band IMO.
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    3
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    5
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  • Jesus Culture Never disappoints

    5
    I love this album. The lyrics and the music are incredible. Jesus Culture team- love you all and May God inspire you guys to write more and more such beautiful songs! Our nation needs this kind of music!
  • Love has a Name

    5
    Jesus!!! Great music!!
  • I Miss the Old JC

    1
    I chose to wait a few days before releasing a review. Simply, I miss the old JC. I miss the originality. I miss when you were not mainstream; you were unique and rose in ranks quickly amongst worship groups because you went against the norm. You had a message of passion and fire and truth. You carried such anointing and presence with you. You are now the norm, and if this is what you were aiming for, great. You've accomplished it. You have these "fun, sing-songy" melodies that most other Christian artists present. The only song I truly appreciate is "Flood the Earth". I purchased the album for "Fresh Outpouring" and I am superbly disappointed. Kim, you've flowed much better spontaneously in the past and without singing the same thing spontaneously over and over again you always sing. You have a whole album with 5 spontaneous songs. I miss THAT Kim. Take a couple of years of JC, please. Be original and unique again. I really miss the old JC.

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