Best christian music according to redditors

We found 174 Reddit comments discussing the best christian music. We ranked the 114 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/BTsBaboonFarm · 19 pointsr/vinyl

Here's a few that I have and love

Dave Matthews Band - Crash: All analog master and cut by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed at MPO. Some bias, because I'm the resident DMB fan on r/vinyl, but this is a perfect release and what every band should model anniversary vinyl releases after. If Radiohead had done this with OK Computer, it would have been 1000x better; missed chance. Anyways, this is a must have for any DMB fan. $30 on Amazon

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik: All analog cut. Not sure if Bellman did this or Grundman himself, but it was cut at BGM. Maybe one of the best sounding remastered albums in my collection. It's extremely detailed and "revealing". Definitely recommend picking this up, both on the quality and the music itself - one of the best albums of the early 90's. $30 on Amazon

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium: Another all analog mastering and cut RHCP album, this one by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray. All versions (original, deluxe, and reissue) use the same stampers. It's a rarity that a 2006 album was recorded analog, so it's wonderful they kept the vinyl AAA. Full bass, and a really detailed high end. Highly recommend if you're into the band, it's a steal at $33 for a 4xLP

Nirvana - In Utero: Released for the album's 20th anniversary, this was a direct metal mastering and cut that used the albums original cut and contains a bonus disc featuring alternate mixes. There was also a version released in 2013 with all alternative mixes and was also all analog. Both are great and fully dynamic, though I prefer the original mix. Whichever mix you prefer, go with that version, you won't be let down.
$50 shipped (lowest available) for the 20th Anniversary release | $25 for the 2013 mix thru Walmart

Nirvana - Nevermind: Bernie Grundman mastered this one himself, and keeping with the theme from above this is all analog as well. Maybe the best album of the 90's, this is (in my opinion) the ultimate version of it. This master was released by ORG in 2009, but it was released again from the Geffen label using the same stamper in 2013 and pressed at Pallas. $24 on Amazon

Van Morrison - Moondance: This is the 2008 release, mastered and cut analog by Steve Hoffman & Kevin Gray at Acoustech and pressed at RTI. There's a really good discussion about this remaster and specifically the mix of Into the Mystic over at the Steve Hoffman Forums. $18 on Amazon

Phish - Junta/A Picture of Nectar/Lawn Boy/Rift/Hoist: All of these Phish albums are fan-freaking-tastic sounding. Bellman did them all at BGM and used all analog sources and cuts for each, minus Rift which was cut from hi-res digital files. All can be found at Phish Dry Goods for $50 each. A bit pricey but well worth it IMO!

The Beatles - 2014 Mono Remasters: If you want the ultimate, most true to the original, Beatles releases; this is what you want. These are all analog and do everything to mimic the UK first press releases. There's always good debate about Mono/Stereo for The Beatles, but there's no debate that these are top notch releases. You can buy the whole box for ~$350 or each release individually for $15-$25 each if you search for each on Amazon

There's really an endless amount of good, affordable, new records with great sound. Check out Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MoFi/MFSL), Analogue Productions, Analog Spark, Music Matters, among others. MOV also does great work, though they generally use hi-res digital rather than tape to cut from. Also, look for the mastering engineers I mentioned above - Chris Bellman, Bernie Grundman, Steve Hoffman; plus Kevin Gray, Scott Hull, among others

u/Untitled_One-Un_One · 19 pointsr/nintendo

They sell the entire soundtracks for Xenoblade and XCX in Japan. You can import them from websites like CDJapan and That being said importing is a hassle and really expensive.

u/davidjricardo · 12 pointsr/Christianity

Johnny Cash - My Mother's Hymn Book

u/djent_illini · 11 pointsr/Opeth
u/abxyz4509 · 6 pointsr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

You should get the OST if you have $30 to spare. Otherwise maybe soundcloud but ripping the audio from anywhere is illegal.

u/Heavykiller · 5 pointsr/nintendo

Maybe you somehow skimped over it because Best Buy tells you what it is exactly in the, "What's included" section.

It sucks, but was expected. Hell, as of right now the only way you can obtain the full soundtrack (legally) is by importing from Japan. It costs a whopping $63.80 not including tax. As cool as the full soundtrack would be and legit USB with more storage; It probably would have driven the cost of the special edition from $90 to probably well over $120 easy.

u/sidekicksuicide · 4 pointsr/mewithoutYou

It's listed as "Linear" on some early CD presses I believe.

u/thegreatequalizer · 4 pointsr/mewithoutYou

I remember early torrent sites having it wrong, so it was probably just human error/someone typing in the wrong song title. Unfortunately it has persisted in some digital providers (cough Amazon cough).

u/raddit-bot · 3 pointsr/listentothis

| | |
|about artist|mewithoutYou is a post-hardcore band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that formed in 2001. They are known for their warbling vocal style and introspective lyrics of lead vocalist Aaron Weiss, as well as their prominent bass riffs and atmospheric guitar. The band was originally conceived as a side project. The Weiss brothers and Kleinberg were playing together in another band called The Operation (who released one album, 2001's There Is Hope For A Tree Cut Down, on Takehold Records), but Aaron wanted to start another band to experiment with new sounds. (more on|
|similar to|As Cities Burn, Listener, Colour Revolt, O'Brother, The Chariot|
|album|Brother, Sister, released Sep 2006|
|track|Messes of Men|
|images|album image, artist image|
|links|wikipedia, official homepage, soundcloud, allmusic, discogs, fanpage, myspace, twitter, facebook|
|tags|rock, indierock, posthardcore, indie, christian|
|mp3|Get the mp3 from amazon!|
|cd|Get the CD from amazon!|
|metrics|lastfm listeners: 264,773, lastfm plays: 13,362,825, youtube plays: 204,236, score: 23.75|

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u/Mr_Robot_Overlord · 3 pointsr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

35$ there’s not many left in stock though, so if you’re planning on picking it up I’d recommend you do it soon Xenoblade Original Soundtrack

u/hajahe155 · 3 pointsr/bobdylan

This is the "new" Gonna Change My Way of Thinking. Dylan recorded a rewritten version for the 2003 album Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan, along with Mavis Staples.

Lyrics are completely different from the original; you can compare the two here.

u/TheMasonian · 3 pointsr/nintendo

If you don't mind importing, the OST was sold in Japan. You should be able to find it online. Here's the OST on Amazon

u/DragonDDark · 3 pointsr/nier
u/squindar · 3 pointsr/audioengineering

I think it depends a tremendous amount on the kind of music you're going to be mixing. Here are some of my go-to choices:

Blind Boys of Alabama: Spirit of the Century

Steely Dan: Gaucho (link is to the 96khz/24 bit FLAC release)

Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms

Thomas Dolby: Aliens Ate My Buick

BB King: Blues Summit

And last but of course never least, Michael Jackson's Thriller

Assuming you don't already own it, a tool like Smaart and a reference mic would be very useful to you.

u/ROM_Bombadil · 3 pointsr/Christianity

You might like mewithoutyou. Certainly very different from Radiohead, but capturing the avant-garde/atmospheric side of Radiohead.

u/LoyalV · 2 pointsr/punk

I believe he wrote this song for Johnny Cash but it never got recorded. Instead they did a cover of Redemption Song that only appeared on a Cash box set of his American Recordings with Rick Rubin.

u/JohnR831 · 2 pointsr/Music

Also available on Amazon, Spotify, and wherever else you might find music!

u/Im_just_saying · 2 pointsr/Christianity

Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan, covered by various black gospel artists. Awesome album.

u/vinylontubes · 2 pointsr/vinyl

First thing to do is research the Music Corner forums at Discogs won't tell you the best pressing. The database isn't structured to do that there are too many noobs there. People outside of a few people that have large record collections aren't going to through all the effort to catalog their entire collection on discogs. I have about 2000 records and it took me a couple of months to get mine complete. Another source is Fremer reviews records and he compares them to older pressings.

If you want to know a few re-issues that worth the money that are still in print I'll give you my list.

Van Morrison's Astral Weeks, Moondance and His Band and Street Choir from 2008. These are as good as the original green labels. Cut by Kevin Gray (with Steve Hoffman on Moondance).

Metallica's Kill 'em All, Master of Puppets, and Ride The Lightning cut by Chris Bellman from 2016 on Blackened.

T-Rex Electric Warrior 2017 Roctober release cut by Kevin Gray

Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication cut by Chris Bellman

Big Brother and Holding Company Cheap Thrills (mono) cut by Kevin Gray

Love Forever Changes cut by Chris Bellman

Paul Simon Graceland 25th Anniversary Edition cut by Ryan Smith

The only expensive one is Californication, all the rest are under $30 and you can probably find Electric Warrior for less money than Amazon.

If you notice the list is almost entire Chris Bellman and Kevin Gray. You can look them up on discogs. It will list records that they have cut. This won't tell you which to buy, but it will give you a starting point.

u/mx3orange · 2 pointsr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

That was the flashdrive from the collectors edition, which IIRC only had a few songs from the OST. The full soundtrack is on a 4 disk set. I got mine from Amazon Japan a while ago, along side the original Xenoblade soundtrack

u/OZONE_TempuS · 2 pointsr/gamemusic
u/Information_Landmine · 2 pointsr/Opeth

The format selection says "Audio CD" but the more detailed description says "2 CD+Blu-Ray+DVD".

u/VinylDealsBot · 1 pointr/VinylDeals
u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/VinylDeals

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u/ErichUberSonic · 1 pointr/community

It's called Ashokan Farewell- I think I got the version of this CD -

u/PennyRaider · 1 pointr/nier

Anybody know if this Import version being sold on amazon NA has the bonus CD?

u/DaaraJ · 1 pointr/folk

Songs of the Civil War is worth checking out. Essentially the soundtrack for Ken Burns' Civil War documentary.

u/Alligator_Pie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here's my CD!

Thanks for the contest!

u/ilessthanthreemath · 1 pointr/nier

The listing on Amazon (US) doesn't mention anything about a bonus disc. There's another verified purchase that says that they didn't get the bonus disc, so I don't know.

$50.99 is a lot more than importing it, even after foreign transaction and shipping fees.

u/Pikagreg · 1 pointr/nier

I meant Amazon US for $50.99. They have a listing hidden if you go to "more sellers" sold directly from Amazon. It also shows Amazon US as the only seller on the SE page for the OST.

u/Supersnazz · 1 pointr/Music

Amazon has it, but I'm assuming that's not what you meant.

u/Plebsy_Mcplebster · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I knew it looked familiar, I have the soundtrack at home.

u/MOONGOONER · 1 pointr/recordstore

Gospel is tough. It never got properly written into music history (it's usually thought of as something rock & roll was built off of) and collecting-wise SO MUCH of it is on tiny vanity labels from unknown groups. But I have some recommendations.

The Relatives are still performing and are one of the most incredible live shows I've ever seen.

Rev Johnny "Hurricane" Jones has been comped on at least two CDs. They often feel like sort of musical services, so I wouldn't say that all his songs have the same momentum as this song: but he can definitely work up a frenzy.

And the best Gospel compilation that ever was is the multiple CD set called "Fire in my Bones". It can definitely be pretty raw (which I think is a good thing) but I listen to it ALL THE TIME.

If you're OK to dig around for 45s, I would suggest keeping an eye out for labels like Songbird, HSE, and Peacock. It helps if you live in the South.

u/MBgov1133 · 1 pointr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

To be honest, I'd recommend buying the OST if you have $30 to spare. It's definitely worth it. I mean, it's around 50 songs in total, with many tracks being double song tracks (meaning two songs in one song file), so you're essentially getting around 90 songs for the price of $30.

You've already been linked the Amazon Japan link (there's a button to view the website in English, if the Japanese is too much trouble).

If it's too much trouble to click the "In English" button on Amazon, CDjapan is also a good place to buy the OST.

u/tw04 · 1 pointr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

Not sure if I fully understand your question, but I'm talking about this one from Japan:

I believe some people said it's missing a few instrumentals but besides that yeah it should have all the songs. As far as I'm aware no songs were changed for the US release.

u/Turom · 1 pointr/Okami

You can get it on Amazon or Play Asia

u/kreihst · 1 pointr/Music

Amazon seems to have it.

u/Chaujiu · 1 pointr/Okami

There might be one on the US store, but this is the edition I got. I don't think there's much of a difference either since no one's ever talked about the booklet coming translated before. Other than that, enjoy this game's full soundtrack.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/AskReddit

If you listen to Unearthed, and invert the order of the final two songs on Disc 5, I think it provides a nice bittersweet effect. "Hurt" sounds like he's dying. "We'll Meet Again" makes it sound like, well...that you'll meet him again...after he's dead. You know?


u/AnAndroidDisagrees · 1 pointr/trashy

I wasn't referring to the song, actually, which I've never heard, but to this:

Out of print now, but maybe you can find a bootleg copy online?

I'm making dinner right now but will follow your links as soon as it's done. Thank you for your recommendations!