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  • Audio CD (Oct. 22 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • Run Time: 73.00 minutes
  • ASIN: B00006IR5X
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,175 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Step By Step/Forever We Will Sing
2. You Are The Lord
3. The Wonderful Cross
4. Ancient Words
5. Lord Have Mercy
6. The Sacred Romance (Instrumental)
7. I Can Hear Your Voice
8. I Give You My Heart
9. There Is None Like You
10. I See You
11. Are You Holy (Prince Of Peace)
12. Lord Have Mercy
13. Here I Am To Worship
14. There She Stands

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Worship continues to Top the Charts with sales approaching 1,000,000 units.

Michael's first Worship release is was one of the Top Selling album in Canada.

Worship Again features powerful songs including "I See You" and "Step by Step/Hallelujah" as well as a few newly written songs.

CD-ROM Premium with purchase of "Worship Again" (While Supplies Last).

Matching songbook also available.



Building off the massive success of Worship, Michael W. Smith is back with yet another collection of worship-oriented material. With Worship, Smitty cleverly captured the essence of today's modern worship movement with familiar material. Don't look for such familiarity on the more eclectic Worship Again, yet the passion of praise still radiates strongly from this mostly live release. Smith showcases his masterful composition skills at the very start, merging Rich Mullins's "Step by Step" into his own "Forever We Will Sing." The end result is a dynamic opener that feeds well into the choral magnificence of "You Are the Lord," another one of Smith's own and another reason why he could be considered one of today's finest hymn writers. It's interesting how Smith also includes the Chris Tomlin-penned "The Wonderful Cross," an ethereal-sounding update of an old hymn, as well as the classic-sounding but little known "Ancient Words." The call-and-answer chorus of "I See You" is another highlight, as is the rocking "You Are Holy (Prince of Peace)." Smith's variations on the worship theme never sound stale. --Michael Lyttle

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Format: Audio CD
With his first worship project (Worship, released September 11, 2001) still high in the charts, Michael W. Smith released his sophomore worship project simply titled 'Worship Again' on October 22, 2002. I absolutely loved 'Worship,' and I had a chance to preview some of the new songs on the "Worship DVD," so I had been looking forward to the release of this project for months and ran out first thing this morning to pick it up (nearly making myself late for work!). I can safely say I was sold the first copy at the store because the clerk didn't even have them out of the box yet when I arrived.
I was certainly not disappointed when I listened. MWS brings the same passion and musical talent to this album, recorded live at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. It has upbeat praise choruses like "Step By Step/Forever We Will Sing," a moving instrumental, "The Sacred Romance," and the great chorus "I Give You My Heart," just to name a few. Awesome crowd and choir particpation made for a great version of "You Are Holy (Prince of Peace)." Amy Grant provides a nice solo verse in the studio cut of "Lord Have Mercy." And no one can deny the great patrotic tribute in the bonus track "There She Stands." "Worship Again" is a great follow-up to the "Worship" project. I give it 5 stars! I'm thinking Worship 3, how about it, Smitty?? ;)
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After the huge success of his 2001 release Worship, Michael W. Smith decided to follow up with this CD. While the title is unfortunately very unoriginal, the CD itself is as wonderful as the first one was.
Again, the majority of the CD is from a live recording featuring Michael W. Smith on lead vocal and piano with others on other instruments and a few people providing the additional vocals. He didn't reunite the all star group from the first CD, but this group of musicians does just as fine a job.
The song selection was more unfamiliar to me when I first got it, but there are some standout songs here as well. My favorite would have to be "The Wonderful Cross." I just love this modern take on the classic hymn. Two Rich Mullins classics are featured, "I See You" near the end and "Step by Step" as part of the opening medley with "Forever We Will Sing." I also really enjoy the last live track, "You are Holy (Prince of Peace)."
Once again, the studio cuts feature a song already on the CD live, this time its "Lord Have Mercy" which includes vocals from Amy Grant. He also includes "Here I Am to Worship" and, as a bonus track, "There She Stands," a patriotic song in honor of the US flag. While I like the song, I do wonder what it is doing on a worship CD.
Fans of the original will love this follow-up. Anyone looking for a good praise CD will find this one fits the bill.
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Format: Audio CD
CD is a cut above the gluttony of praise and worship CD's that have emerged within CCM released with the past five years and a recommended must buy. This is the high quality one expects from an well renowned artist such as Michael W. Smith. Even though this CD is a little bit below the first CD in terms of song selection, anointing, and feeling the presence of the Lord, it still is a recommended buy. To me, some of the 'spontaneous' feeling of the crowd enhanced in the first CD is missing and it appears to be a little bit more polished, produced, and perfected than the previous CD.
I was not impressed with the 'filler' studio stuff except for the 9-11 influenced song "There She Stands", is a sobering patriotic song about American patriotism and the American Flag written by Smith and Wes King that is so moving.
The the only thing that disappointed me on this CD was that from talking to people who were at the actual concert this CD was recorded from, these people claimed that "Smitty" did a breathtaking version of the song '40' by U2 (which was Psalm 40 placed to music) and unfortunately, this was not on this CD. Many pre-release articles had stated that the '40' song was going to be on this CD. Knowing how Christian Music is ran these days, it was probably deleted because if 40 was on this CD, the 'official Christian perspective (Dobson and others)' would have bashed this CD.
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I agree with some of the reviews on here that this second worship album is very different from the first, in its tone, choice of songs, and overall presentation, and I found it a bit difficult at first, as well. The first album was a "wow" inspiring performance-IMHO, Smith is a much better live performer than a studio artist; the man was born to rock the stage-and if you are looking for a performance, then he does fail to deliver. What he does deliver, however, is a true praise and worship session. Gone are the star-studded performances and the dramatic instrumental. This time, Smith lets the music speak for itself, and it speaks loud and clear. He forsakes choices from the Top 40 Christian hits, and instead, modernizes such classical hymns as Lord Have Mercy and The Wonderful Cross, with magnificent results. What I loved most about this album was the emphasis on the audience, the voice of which sometimes drowned out that of both Smith and the backup vocalists. When they raise their voices together in I Give You My Heart, I get chills every time. At first, I, too, was disappointed, having been in love with the awe-inspiring Worship. But the more I listen to this album, the more I realize-it's the better of the two. If this is a trend, then I can't wait for the third.
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