Album Review :
Nimisilla Park – Welcome to Nimisilla Park EP

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A long time ago in a music world far, far away, a band existed. A band that took the world by storm, but sadly its energy ebbed and it became only a well loved memory. That band was D.O.C. (Disciples Of Christ). Both Grammy and GMA Dove Award nominated, the music of D.O.C. went into the history books. Now it’s time for a new beginning and a new era.

D.O.C.’s founding members Alton Hood and Michael Brown return as Nimisilla Park. On their debut EP, “Welcome to Nimisilla Park”, the band members come with a revitalized energy, delivering a boldly unapologetic, and melodically infectious message. Combining elements of rock, pop, hip-hop and more, this project is no rehash of past glory days, but a statement of renewed faith and purpose.

“Welcome to Nimisilla Park”, carries its listeners from the fist-pumping anthemic vibe of “Outpour” and “Troublemakers”, to the simple and worshipful with “Overflow” and “Prayer”.  With a beautifully smooth vibrant delivery, Nimisilla Park has delivered an outstanding debut.

Find “Welcome to Nimisilla Park” at http://www.nimisillapark.com/get-the-music/ and iTunes.

About the author: Dave Hawkins is host of The Antidote, a syndicated weekly radio broadcast featuring interviews with innovative artists who share a Christian worldview.

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Chandler A.

I’m not familiar with this group at all, but could you explain the discrepancy between the review and the rating? Was that intentional?

Ivy

Sounds like a 4/5 review to me unless I missed something

Chandler A.

It was a 1/5 when I first commented. The fact that it was rated a 1/5 was what drew me to the review because I don’t think I’ve ever seen one that low. Anyways, I guess it was just a mistake.