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This Is Your Life


Download links and information about This Is Your Life by Out Of Eden. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Gospel genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 48:31 minutes.

Artist: Out Of Eden
Release date: 2002
Genre: Gospel
Tracks: 12
Duration: 48:31
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No. Title Length
1. Different Now 3:29
2. Day Like Today 3:14
3. Paradise 3:53
4. Meditate 6:04
5. Now I Sing 4:01
6. Showpiece 4:12
7. All You Need 4:08
8. Praise You 5:02
9. Rolling Stone 4:11
10. This Is Your Life 4:04
11. I Am the One 4:48
12. Reprise 1:25



In a manner of speaking, This Is Your Life is a second coming-out party for these three sisters, Lisa Kimmey, Andrea Kimey Baca, and Danielle Kimmey, known as Out of Eden. Gone is the syrupy, pop-driven, adolescent sound of their previous recordings, replaced with a more mature, harder-edged, R&B-flavored sound that does not relinquish their pop base and works favorably with their unique vocal style. Along with the group's overall talent, this change in direction can also be attributed to the production process of the Clemons Brothers, Lee Jerkins, A.J. Wolfe, David Hackley, Todd Collins, Donnie Scantz, and Jamie Portee, whose combined credits include work on projects by such musical heavyweights as Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, Aaliyah, and Jill Scott, among others. The music on this project captures the pulse of the current vibe in urban music. The groove-filled tracks definitely make their presence felt here. Songs such as the up-tempo "Different Now," the funk-influenced "Showpiece" and "Paradise," and the hip-hop-induced "Day Like Today" (the latter featuring a guest appearance by dc Talk member Toby McKeehan) can compete with anything on the mainstream urban music front. These young ladies show that they can also effectively handle a slow jam through their performance on the smooth-flowing "All You Need." This project also shows that Kimmey is one of Christian/gospel music's top tunesmiths.