Nothing Is Impossible (Planetshakers album)

Nothing Is Impossible is a studio album by the Australian worship band Planetshakers.[1][2]Planetshakers Ministries International, Integrity Music and Columbia released the album on August 9, 2011.

2011 studio album by Planetshakers
Nothing Is Impossible
Studio album by

Released August 9, 2011 (2011-08-09)
Recorded 2011
Studio Planetshakers Studios in Melbourne, Australia
Genre Worship
Length 66:44
Label Planetshakers Ministries International, Integrity, Columbia
Producer Joth Hunt
Planetshakers chronology
Even Greater
Nothing Is Impossible
Heal Our Land

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cross Rhythms [3]
Ganns Deen [4]

Mike Gill, in a nine out of ten review from Cross Rhythms, says, “The album, produced by Joth Hunt, exudes the excitement and cutting edge professionalism that we have come to expect. This is a sonic feast for those with a taste for solid rock worship. The opening track “Power” is a no-nonsense energy song that demonstrates the world class quality of the rhythm section of Mark Peric (bass) and Mike Webber (drums); guest worshipper Israel Houghton pulls out all the stops on the title track; the wall of sound on the powerful “Running To You” is absolutely breathtaking though ends so suddenly you are left hanging in space waiting for more; and “Song Of Victory” is an energetic stomp with tight vocals and Gary Newman-type synthesizer work. The quieter moments work too with tasteful piano on “Come To Jesus” and the dénouement “We Cry Out” being a beautiful appeal for revival among God’s people to spread to the nations of the world.”[5]

In a four-point review with twenty-five stars, Ganns Deen states, “Altogether a solid worship album whose energy and sincerity is surprising considering it is a studio album, not a live worship album. It comes highly recommended.”[6]

Russ Hutto, for The Worship Community, replies, “Overall, I really like the Nothing Is Impossible album. There is a reason that Planetshakers is one of the pioneers in fresh praise and worship these days, and they have again blazed a new trail to fresh, passionate, encouraging praise and worship.”[7]

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