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Living Creatures Project

by Frank Hart

Modern worship. Classic Rock. Frank Hart is the frontman for the Texas based rock group Atomic Opera. He is also the Music and Creative Director at CrossPoint Church. This album is what happens when those two worlds collide. Worship Out Loud.
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1. We Begin Again
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2. Jesus Give Us Love
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3. Almighty God
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4. Christ Before Me
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5. Jesus Has Overcome The World
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6. Make Everything New
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7. Remember and Be
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8. This Place
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9. Three Days of Darkness
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10. In Jesus Name Believe
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11. The Earth is the Lord's
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12. Blessed to be a Blessing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Modern Worship. Classic Rock.

Frank Hart is the frontman for the Texas based rock group Atomic Opera. He is also the Music and Creative Director for CrossPoint Church. This is an album where those two worlds collide.

These are twelve songs that have been tested on the frontline of the great commission. The Living Creatures Project is heavy, melodic, and instantly familiar music. The lyrics are insightful and thought provoking.

"I wanted the record to sound like it was produced in 1978. That's when a lot of my favorite rock music was recorded."
- Frank Hart

Production by Frank Hart & Alan Doss.
Words and music by Frank Hart.
Mixed and Mastered by Alan Doss.
Executive Producers - Pam & Erik Keskula.

Specific Music Credits: Drums by Alan Doss. Bass & Electric & Acoustic Guitars & Cello & Lead Vocals by Frank Hart. Keyboards by Steve Young. Harmonies by Nick Taylor & Jonathan Marshall & Frank Hart. Additional guitar by Nick Taylor on Almighty God, Christ Before Me, Jesus Has Overcome the World, and Blessed to Be A Blessing. Salvation Army Harbor Light Choir provided handclaps on This Place & choir vocals on Three Days of Darkness. Mickie Satterwhite played keys on Almighty God, Christ Before Me, Make Everything New & The Earth is the Lord’s. Alan Doss played keyboards on In Jesus Name Believe. Frank Hart plays additional piano on Jesus Give us Love.

Artwork: Illustration by Jon Raveneau. Photography by Andrew Richardson and Frank Hart. Design & Layout by Frank Hart.

Special thanks to Kim & Von Behr & Angel Hart, Bill Woolsey, Matt Popovits, Kip Fox, Aaron Senseman, Wayne Watson, Gary & Beth Imm, Cindy Cavazos, Ida Franklin, Phil & Katie Rokohl, John Foster, Scott Owen, Dave Genung, Tanya Gonzalez, Vanessa Shell, Fred Smith, the people of CrossPoint Community Church.

VIPs: Dynamic Division Architect Dan Singleton. National Research Assistant Greg Chandler. Senior Directives Supervisor Danny Nicoletti. Regional Mobility Associate Michelle Thompson. Corporate Functionality Strategist Ronnie Kott. Regional Configuration Administrator Kevin McCreery. Corporate Factors Orchestrator Mark Hargrove. Legacy Creative Officer David Jung. District Paradigm Analyst Jason Woodbury. Product Tactics Coordinator Nick Taylor. Future Creative Developer Deborah Buck. Central Response Coordinator Jason Maroney.

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Ella H.

Bold faith, bold rock
Frank Hart turns listeners into believers with his album, The Living Creatures Project. Hart, the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of the rock band Atomic Opera, penned this long-awaited release as the worship leader at CrossPoint Community Church in Katy, Texas. He delivers the same soulful flavor here as he does in a smoky pub on a Saturday night and in church on Sunday morning. He is a master of uniting his music, his faith, and his worlds into one faithful experience that rocks to the core.
The album is somewhat bookended by the soothing rock-a-bye “Jesus Give Us Love” and the disarming keyboard chords in “In Jesus’ Name Believe,” but the tracks between them pack a punch. In the permeating rock song “Christ Before Me,” Hart layers his low, haunting voice over a long, mystic guitar ride. “Three Days of Darkness” dares to journey from the depths of doubt to the heights of assurance: It begins in eerie stillness and slowly swells before it bursts wide open to the triumphant claps and chants of the Salvation Army Harbor Light Choir.
The real star of the album is Hart’s longest track, “Almighty God.” Its heavy, bold, relentless beat defines the crossroads of rock and blues, hope and agony. It is universally intimate, delicately powerful, and humbly majestic. Anyone who has tasted God’s sweet relief from despair will recognize it in “Almighty God.”
By the time the album recedes into its final track, “Blessed to be a Blessing,” listeners will surely recognize the blessing of Frank Hart and The Living Creatures Project.
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Ella H.

Bold rock, bold faith
Frank Hart turns listeners into believers with his album, The Living Creatures Project. Hart, the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of the rock band Atomic Opera, penned this long-awaited release as the worship leader at CrossPoint Community Church in Katy, Texas. He delivers the same soulful flavor here as he does in a smoky pub on a Saturday night and in church on Sunday morning. He is a master of uniting his music, his faith, and his worlds into one faithful experience that rocks to the core.
The album is somewhat bookended by the soothing rock-a-bye “Jesus Give Us Love” and the disarming keyboard chords in “In Jesus’ Name Believe,” but the tracks between them pack a punch. In the permeating rock song “Christ Before Me,” Hart layers his low, haunting voice over a long, mystic guitar ride. “Three Days of Darkness” dares to journey from the depths of doubt to the heights of assurance: It begins in eerie stillness and slowly swells before it bursts wide open to the triumphant claps and chants of the Salvation Army Harbor Light Choir.
The real star of the album is Hart’s longest track, “Almighty God.” Its heavy, bold, relentless beat defines the crossroads of rock and blues, hope and agony. It is universally intimate, delicately powerful, and humbly majestic. Anyone who has tasted God’s sweet relief from despair will recognize it in “Almighty God.”
By the time the album recedes into its final track, “Blessed to be a Blessing,” listeners will surely recognize the blessing of Frank Hart and The Living Creatures Project.
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Steve Wiechman

One Tasty Tune after Another with Meat in Every Bite
From the clean, deliberate melody that delivers "Jesus Has Overcome the World," to the blues-laden take on the Nicene Creed that is "Almighty God," this album is one big meaty bite after another of real life meeting the Lord of life. Bon apetite!
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