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World Wide Message Tribe
World Wide Message Tribe |

Heatseeker (1998)*

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Let's dance

If you aren't familiar with World Wide Message Tribe, they formed to minister to Manchester (England) school kids but their popular dance music has made them a hit with audiences across Europe and America winning them a Dove Award in 1997 for We Don't Get What We Deserve

This album finds them on new ground again. Most school ministries would just rework their current stuff but not this one. Their music always has a fresh, new sound to it and this album is no exception. Once again World Wide Message Tribe has come up with an album that reflects current trends dance music. With influences from bands like the Chemical Brothers and Prodigy, tracks like 'Messiah,' 'Heatseeker,' and 'Hypocrite,' are sure to keep the dancers happy. My favorite track is 'Hypocrite' in which the singer talks about being himself a 'Hypocrite' for not always being willing to share Christ with others, an idea taken from Paul's letter to the Romans. Also appearing is a house version of Bob Dylan's 'Precious Angel.' As usual, the lyrics are blatantly Christian but never formalistic.

This album also sees World Wide Message Tribe going through a major change in line-up. Founding members Andy Hawthome and Mark Pennells have stepped back from their work with the band, although they can still be heard on Heatseeker. Cameron Dante is now a full-time member of the Tribe. He joined the group after his conversion in 1995 at one of their worship events. Dante is well acquainted with the dance scene having worked as a DJ and a member of Bizarre Inc., the band that scored a world wide hit with 'I'm Gonna Get You.' He has also released a solo album as Preacha, titled Geography of a Journey, documenting his spiritual journey. Another addition to the line-up has been Doronda D. Lewis, who has replaced Beth Vickers (now Mrs. Matt Redman and member of Storm) as lead vocalist. Doronda brings an interesting black Gospel influence to the music. Replacing Mark Pennells is Tim Owen, who is was known as a rapper and dancer in the now deceased British dance band re:fresh.
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