Terrible Waste of Product.| Posted June 10, 2009
NOTE: This is a review for the Precious Girls Club re-release of the album. If you would like to see my review for the actual CD, which I have 4 stars, please go to this url: http://www.newreleasetuesday.com/userprofile_reviewssinglepost.php?review_id=11290&user_id=5577
This re-release is a terrible waste of product. The original CD was great, but to re-release this album with only, downright terrible and childish bonus track is just unexceptable. Why endores the Precious Moments stuff? You guys are teenagers, not to mention there's a guy in this group, too! I just don't understand why they would do this. It's beyond me.
I wish they would release a special edition of the album with actual, cool bonus tracks and maybe a DVD. That'd be nice. But as for this edition of the album..... yeah, just buy the original.
saw it live| Posted June 09, 2009
i saw them perform some of this stuff live and although i was not a fan of the music itself really, they did seem to know how to pump certain people in the crowd up, so good job for that..
Awsome Again| Posted June 06, 2009
One year ago, pureNRG made their debut. Now, with the release of their 2nd album, pureNRG is once again giving their young fanbase more music. A lot has happened to this group since 2007, including there highly successful Winter Jam Tour. pureNRG also gained traction on Radio Disney with "Footloose," helping to introduce themselves to a bigger audience.
Despite their busy schedule, pureNRG found time to to record all new tracks for this album. Looking back on their last project, the trio recorded several remakes and continues the trend on Here We Go Again. Including, "Call on Jesus,", "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", and "More." "Girls Can Change the World" puts down spreading rumors and instead suggests spreading Christ's love - a message that anyone, a girl or not, should take to heart. "Inside Out" asks God for a heart ready to live unashamed for Him, and "BFF" and "That's What Friends Are For" thank God for friendship. Their style, both musically and lyrically, has not changed much since pureNRG, which is definitely a good thing. The group continuously praises God in every song, and never backs down in their effort to get their message across clearly to their listeners. "Get Up," the closing track, proves to be the standout, with a message that encourages putting aside our troubles and worries in order to spread Christ's love.
It's impossible to criticize this record. pureNRG has another perfect album aimed directly at the tweens. Parents and kids alike will be pleased once again. And pureNRG's future looks extremely bright as well - they're young, talented, and have a strong love for Christ. That combination could take them anywhere.