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This Is Your Life (Out of Eden album)

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This Is Your Life
Out of Eden - This Is Your Life.jpg
Studio album by
Released2002
Recorded2002
GenreR&B, urban contemporary gospel, pop
LabelGotee
ProducerTobyMac, Lisa Kimmey, Joey Elwood, Lee Jerkins, Donnie Scantz, Jamie Portee, Todd Collins, Tony McAnany
Out of Eden chronology
No Turning Back
(1999)
This Is Your Life
(2002)
Love, Peace & Happiness
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]
Christianity Today3.5/5 stars[2]
Cross Rhythms10/10 stars[3]
Jesus Freak Hideout4.5/5 stars[4]

This Is Your Life is the fourth studio album released from Gospel trio Out of Eden.

Track listing

  1. Different Now (Lisa Kimmey, Lee Jerkins, David Hackley)
  2. Day Like Today (Lisa Kimmey, Donnie Scantz, Jamie Portee)
  3. Paradise (Lisa Kimmey, Todd Collins)
  4. Meditate (Lisa Kimmey, Nate "Love" Clemmons, "Big Mike" Clemmons, E. Roberson)
  5. Now I Sing (Lisa Kimmey, Lee Jerkins, David Hackley)
  6. Showpiece (Lisa Kimmey, A.J. Wolfe)
  7. All You Need (Lee Jerkins, Lisa Kimmey, Lanette Stamper)
  8. Praise You (Lisa Kimmey, Danielle Kimmey)
  9. Rolling Stone (Lisa Kimmey)
  10. This Is Your Life (Lisa Kimmey, Donnie Scantz, Jamie Portee)
  11. I Am The One (Lisa Kimmey, Donnie Scantz, Jamie Portee)
  12. Reprise (All You Need)


There are 2 versions of "Different Now"-the album version and a radio version which is available on the "Wow Hits 2002" compilation album. The radio version features a spoken intro over the trumpets at the beginning, while the album version has no speaking, only the trumpets.

If you rewind track 1 in your CD player approximately 1:20 back, you will hear a hidden intro by DJ Maj, discussing with group member Lisa Kimmey about the album.

Track 12, titled "Reprise" is simply a minute-and-a-half instrumental version of "All You Need".

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim first baseman Albert Pujols, a devout Christian, uses the group's song "Different Now" for his at-bat song.

Chart history

Chart (2002) Provider Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 Billboard 178

References

This page was last edited on 29 October 2018, at 21:24
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