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    It's 2009 and it's time to take a look ahead at another new year of music. So, once again, we're Highlighting our most anticipated projects already in development for the year. Read on to see what records the staff of Jesusfreakhideout.com are most excited about - and why!



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#6. Children 18:3
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Release Date: Sometime '09
Children 18:3's self-titled debut last year was stellar. One of the best albums of all of 2008. Though it seems kinda soon for a sophomore release, it shouldn't be a bad one. There wasn't one thing on their debut that wasn't golden, and expectations are high for their follow-up...
        - Scott Fryberger

These kids took me by surprise last year. And while it does seem soon for a new album, if this rumored release does come to light in '09, it's bound to be an instant favorite...
        - John DiBiase

I wasn’t at all a fan of punk music until I heard the debut from these Minnesotan siblings. The album is fresh and inventive all the way through. If they stick with the same formula, they’ll have all but a “sophomore slump”...
        - Matthew Watson

As one of the best new artists of 2008 (and my personal favorite debut of last year), the siblings from Minnesota had brought to us a punk sound never heard before in Christian music. Their mysteriously accessible style surprised everyone. A follow-up to this record sounds like musical bliss just waiting to happen...
        - Roger Gelwicks

The homeschooled, punk rock siblings of Children 18:3 have garnered a great deal of success within the last year. As they continue their journey with a sophomore effort, growth and maturity are two of the main factors pondered in the minds of critics and fans alike. Hopefully, these children will not disappoint and will raise the bar even higher than before...
        - Laura Sproull

  • Visit our Children 18:3 page for more information about them...

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