Here We Go Again (pureNRG album)
- Here We Go Again (pureNRG album)
Name = Here We Go Again
Type = Studio Album
Artist = pureNRG
Released = April 29, 2008 (U.S.)
Recorded = 2007
Genre = Pop, Pop-rock, Contemporary Christian music
Label = Fervent Records
Producers = Mark Hammond, Matthew Gerrard
Reviews = Billboard [http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/content_display/reviews/albums/e3ia34ad20fd7d7e68059a2130a118906e2 link]
Last album = "pureNRG"
This album = "Here We Go Again"
"Here We Go Again" is the second studio album from Christian pop band pureNRG. The album was released April 29, 2008, exactly one year after their self-titled debut. The album is very similar stylistically to their first and features the hit song "Here We Go Again". They also recorded several cover songs from other artists, including "Call on Jesus" by Nicole Mullen and "More" by Matthew West.
#Here We Go Again
#Any Which Way
#Ain't No Mountain High Enough
#Call on Jesus
#Girls Can Change The World
#That's What Friends Are For
#Are You Ready?
When pre-ordered at Family Christian stores, a bonus Behind-The-Scenes DVD is included. The DVD includes clips of pureNRG in the studio, interviews with the band, live footage from the Hello And Goodbye Tour, and more.
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