'Touch' Album (Charisma Magazine)
Last modified: 01 Mar 2003

Source: Charisma Magazine
Author: Margaret Feinberg
Date: Mar 2003

The multimillion-album selling, United Kingdom import band Delirious is flying back across the pond with their latest album, Touch. This fifth studio album from the group who spread modern worship titles - including "Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble" and "I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever" - around the globe, combines songs true to their big sounding, pop-rock worship roots and more experimental musical fare. Most of the songs are taken and refreshed from the UK-only release of Audio Lessonover?

The ambitious title song "Touch" contains trademark edgy guitars and compelling lyrics. On a more experimental note, "Alien" includes creative instrumentation, while the progressive "Stealing Time" takes on almost a dreary, more emotion-provoking flavor. The catchy "Show Me Heaven" and "Waiting For The Summer" are two solid standouts.

The album is released on Furious? Records, a label launched by the band, and includes a bonus disc with six live performances, as well as three music videos. The album is a must-have for Delirious and modern worship fans, and the bonus CD adds to the value and enjoyment.

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