MidSouth's eponymous second album proves that their first album was no fluke. Though their harmonies are country-based, the heart of MidSouth lies with lush, synthesized contemporary pop -- this is a sound that can transcend boundaries, appealing to fans of easy listening, smooth country-pop and adult contemporary radio. It's the kind of CCM record that you listen to because it sounds good, not just because the messages are inspirational. Of course, it doesn't hurt that their beliefs are so vibrantly and moving articulated -- it just gives the beautiful music added depth.
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AllMusic Review by Rodney Batdorf