Human Emergency, Compact Disc [CD]   -     By: The Cross Movement
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Human Emergency, Compact Disc [CD]

Provident Music Distribution / 2000 / Compact disc

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CBD Stock No: WWCD48365

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/preview/79/43/CD48365_1.mp3 1. Intro--Dispatch Cross Movement 1:03 Album Only
/preview/79/54/CD48365_2.mp3 2. The Light Cross Movement 4:36 Album Only
/preview/79/56/CD48365_3.mp3 3. Hold it Down Cross Movement 4:01 Album Only
/preview/79/57/CD48365_4.mp3 4. C to the R Cross Movement 4:41 Album Only
/preview/79/58/CD48365_5.mp3 5. On the Move Cross Movement 3:57 Album Only
/preview/79/59/CD48365_6.mp3 6. Know Me Cross Movement 4:38 Album Only
/preview/79/60/CD48365_7.mp3 7. In Route (interlude) Cross Movement 1:05 Album Only
/preview/79/61/CD48365_8.mp3 8. What Do You See? Cross Movement 5:25 Album Only
/preview/79/62/CD48365_9.mp3 9. Love Life Cross Movement 4:25 Album Only
/preview/79/44/CD48365_10.mp3 10. Come in London (interlude) Cross Movement 0:41 Album Only
/preview/79/45/CD48365_11.mp3 11. Lord? Cross Movement 4:31 Album Only
/preview/79/46/CD48365_12.mp3 12. Creature Double Feature Cross Movement 4:41 Album Only
/preview/79/47/CD48365_13.mp3 13. Somebody Help! (interlude) Cross Movement 1:01 Album Only
/preview/79/48/CD48365_14.mp3 14. On Right Now Cross Movement 4:07 Album Only
/preview/79/49/CD48365_15.mp3 15. All Day Cross Movement 3:56 Album Only
/preview/79/50/CD48365_16.mp3 16. Remember Cross Movement 4:11 Album Only
/preview/79/51/CD48365_17.mp3 17. Live Agua Cross Movement 4:48 Album Only
/preview/79/52/CD48365_18.mp3 18. To My Peoples Cross Movement 3:17 Album Only
/preview/79/53/CD48365_19.mp3 19. Back Up Cross Movement 4:14 Album Only
/preview/79/55/CD48365_20.mp3 20. Cypha' 911 Cross Movement 3:21 Album Only

Product Description

WARNING! Explicit scriptural content inside! Revivalist words + revolutionary rap = a riveting combination of hip-hop and skip beat that has the Lord eyeing your soul! Includes the hands-to-the-air, feet-to-the-dance-floor "Know Me (Huh What?)"; the mega-groove "To My Peoples" and "Hold It Down"; the industrial "Lord?"; and more.

Product Information

Format: Compact disc
Vendor: Provident Music Distribution
UPC: 881413000425
Availability: In Stock

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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 13, 2009
    Tim D.
    This might be their best album. All of the Cross Movement's albums are great! Other great hip hop artists are KJ-52, Lecrae, and John Reuben.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 30, 2005
    This cd was pretty good, a christian brother of mine recommended this cd to me, it was the first of many cross movement cds that I have purchased. I didn't really know anything about this group, but now I do so I am going to continue to support their ministry.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 9, 2003
    Everett Fowler
    Just for a minute, let's ignore the front cover; I understand the whole "Human Emergency" theme, but come on, the front cover is bad. However, this minor fracture should not keep you away from buying this album. For one thing, the Cross Movement changes over the years with their sound and with this album it might be their best. "The Light" performed by Ambassador feat. Truth, is a excellent track to begin an album. Right after that we hear Tonic flowin on "Hold it Down"; Tonic gives us the best lyrics since "Shock" (on the Cross Movement first album "Heaven's Mentality"). "Lord?" featuring and performed by M.O.D. (Pligrim and E-Miner) should be played with your bass on maxinium. For once I have two favorites; "Remember" performed by Enock and "Cypha 911" performed by the Cross Movement. Both of these tracks are head bangers to the fullest extent and is an constant repeat in my CD player. In conclusion, the Cross Movement is group you have to respect, not only because they can flow, but with their lyrics they save souls. Every lyric is said to edify Jesus and no one else. Buy the album, trust me it's worth the money.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 12, 2003
    Julius Lollis
    This is the hottest Gospel Rap CD out. None can even come close to the Cross Movement. They have the smoothest lyrics in the industry and are definitely witnessing on the mic. The whole album is tight! Every song speaks the TRUTH and every lyric has God in it. They are not your average Christian Rap artist, just putting some words together to rhyme, but actually know the LORD as there Saviour and are not ashamed to let the world know! It is a must have! I own all three of there albums and the Ambassadors "Christology in Laymens Terms". Pick it up!
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 21, 2002
    This cd is gotta be the best I've ever heard. I first heard about these guys from kj-52's first cd when the ambassador and the phantik did a song with him. I knew I had to get their cds! These guys have the tightest beats, phatest rhymes and the best message. The way their lyrics just flow on and on is just amazing. If you dont have this cd you MUST buy it. If you are even half heartedly interested in hip hop then you need to own it.
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