Overview 1. Killavil 2. I Heard The Sound Of Voices 3. Kings And Nations 4. Blessed Be Your Name 5. Perfume 6. Miracle In My Heart 7. Some Kind Of Love 8. My Song Is Love Unknown 9. Soul's Desire 10. There's A Cry 11. Oh Jerusalem 12. The Wonder Of Your Cross
Record Label Integrity Music
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.04" Width: 5.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 14, 2004
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 1901008843 EAN 9781901008845 UPC 000768317426
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If you enjoyed RIB then this is a sure fire hit - great blend of songs, great irish melodies, annointed worship. Robin is one of the most annointed worship leaders around today. There is an honesty in his songs that is is so refreshing. The album feels different to RIB and Come heal this land - some new sounds (you are my souls desire) but the overall product is really excellent. I have heard RObin many times in concert and cannot recommend his music highly enough. Buy this album - you will not regret it - use it in your church, car, home office and let God bless you through it.
Darn it, another disappointment Oct 11, 2004
Irishman Robin Mark burst onto the Christian music scene in 1999 with Revival In Belfast, a passionate live-in-concert mix of ballads and up-tempo worship songs. It was brilliant.
However, it's becoming evident that recording is a once-in-a-lifetime success. The sequel, 2001's Come Heal This Land, had a few memorable numbers, but lots of forgettable songs, too. The same, sadly, must be said about this project.
Mark seems to lack the ability to structure drama or passion into his arrangements (i.e. stops and starts, changes in key at important moments, building up to an emotional peak), so pretty much everything on RIB II lacks passion, including the audience.
Fans of Revival In Belfast will also notice his voice is becoming increasingly raspy. It's not a huge problem, compared to what else I've mentioned here, but it doesn't help.
Wish I could write a slam-bang endorsement for this album...I was quite excited when it came out, but now feel let-down.