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    It's 2011 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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#19. And Then There Were None
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Release Date: Sometime 2011
ATTWN's debut Who Speaks for Planet Earth? had me hooked from the start, mostly because their emo-punk-you-can-dance-to was so addictive that the CD managed to get stuck for extended periods of time in my car's stereo. (Okay, and hearing Richard Marx's late 80s piano ballad "Right Here Waiting" transformed into a club anthem sold me for good.) Since then, the lineup has changed quite a bit, but word has it there will be more ATTWN goodness on the way this year.
        - Jen Rose

Electro-techno-pop-dance-etc rockers ATTWN seem destined to make some kind of wave this year in Christian music. Their mildly successful debut two years ago was definitely worth attention, and with a change in their band lineup, which now includes synth/vocalist Sarah Graziani, it's hard to know what to expect. I can't deny that I'm really looking forward to this project... a lot.
        - Logan Leasure

Who Speaks for Planet Earth? was an interestingly-received album in 2009; some loved the techno-rock sound brought to Tooth & Nail Records, but some felt the project was repetitive, dull, and lacking in long-lasting flavor. But no matter which party one's from, the radical personnel changes bring uncertainty for the band's sophomore record, but it's quite a healthy dose of it...
        - Roger Gelwicks

  • Visit our And Then There Were None page for more information about them...

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