Spreading their message of hope and grace, these three sisters have been making and performing music together for over 5 years. Inspired by personal struggles and real life situation, their relevant and challenging music continues to transform lives wherever they go.
Record Label Word Entertainment
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54"
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Word Entertainment
ISBN 1901007154 EAN 0785277702924 UPC 785277702924
Availability 0 units.
Reviews - What do our customers think?
i don't think so Jul 7, 2005
Contrary to what another person wrote, about them being a "cheap imitation of Zoegirl" I would have to disagree. I haven't listen to a lot of their stuff but I was pleasantly surprised. They are a little more rocky, and deeper voices. I was very glad they could sing better then ZG. I have the ZG Cds but I don't really listen to them. If you like things like krystal Meyers, Bethany dillian, ZG or Point of Grace, you may just want to listen to these clips and give them a chance.
Ohmigosh! A great album! Jul 3, 2005
I first learned about Everlife when I heard their song Go Figure. I knew from then on that they were an excellent group and I was excited to see them at my local Christian bookstore. I sampled the CD and found it to be amazing! I'm going to buy it soon.
1. Heaven Open Your Eyes 5/5 I absolutely love this song! It's a great song to open with.
2. Take a Ride 5/5 Another great song! It's totally cool!
3. I'm Over It 5/5 Simply excellent!
4. Evidence 5/5 Awesome! Another great addition to the album!
5. Lead the Way 5/5 Great song!
6. Save Me 5/5 I love it! Great beat!
7. Even When 5/5 Great lyrics, vocals, and a great beat!
8. Set Me Free 5/5 Awesome song!
9. Getting Closer 5/5 What an awesome song! I love it! It rocks!
10. Angels Cry 5/5 A great way to end the album.
I can't choose a favorite song! I hope their 2nd album is just as good as this one. Everlife is really going to reach America's teens and get them connected to God.
The worst in every way . . . Jun 24, 2005
Ok . . . I could complain so much about this group, but to not be too hard on them - I'll just give you a few reasons. They are, of coure, just a very cheap immatation of ZoeGirl except for the fact that they're sisters. Their music is horrible - I absolutely couldn't stand it!! Every single song - I hated it! And they don't at all dress very appropriatey - especially since they're SUPPOSED to be representing CHRISTIAN singers. Their pictures (which they have a lot of) are terrible - their poses and what's with the girl and her cell-phone all the time?? I wish CHRISTIAN singer -as they call themselves- wouldn't act this way. I'm glad to be rid of the CD - I don't know how anyone could stand it enough to write 5-star reviews about it! Well, I guess that's it . . . if I were you, I would look into someone like Andy Chrisman, 4Him, or Mark Harris and not waste your time on THIS stuff!
Everlife! Jun 23, 2005
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"Take a ride" with Everlife! Apr 14, 2005
Since Zoegirl has returned to its more poppy roots, Christian rock fans have found themselves hungering for pop/rock music with a harder edge. The emergence of Everlife, a surprisingly talented trio of sisters, is the answer to such prayers.
Where Zoegirl pops, Everlife rocks--hard. Things get off to a rollicking start with "Heaven Open Your Eyes," a Radio Disney smash hit that praises God alongside swaggering blues guitar and crashing bass line. "Take a Ride" continues the fun, urging listeners to ignore naysayers and "run with the Holy Ghost." In "I'm Over It," catchy pop melodies mix with sunny lyrics to create a fun song about forgiveness. "Set Me Free" bounces through a rocking chorus that celebrates being born again.
The soaring "Evidence," perhaps the album's strongest song, asks listeners to "trust what they can't see." The tune also reveals Everlife's ability to perform slower-paced ballads with equal ease. "Save Me" is a plea for daily redemption; "Lead the Way" implores God to lead His believers down the right path. "Angels Cry," the album's closing track, is a surprisingly gentle song about the desire to see humanity even in God's winged creations.
The answer is clear: Turn to Zoegirl for meaningful pop tunes. For a harder edge, Everlife is the answer.