- Style: Pop/Rock
- 10 songs
- Released: July 2007
Pros- The sisters mix pop and rock with their usual style and flair.
- The beautiful blend of their voices is perfect, as we've come to expect.
- Even though this is the BarlowGirl's third release, they have not toned down their message in order to gain more "mainstream" popularity. They are still loud and proud about their faith.
Cons- My bosses tell me that most every album has a downside, but I simply couldn't find a single con on How Can We Be Silent
BarlowGirl - 'How Can We Be Silent' - The Review
Much like the Barlow sister's second release, Another Journal Entry, How Can We Be Silent shows definite growth in a musical sense. In a surprisingly light and playful move, track seven (one of my personal favorites), "One More Round" introduces us to a jazzy 20's sound. "The Guy Song," a hard rocker, shows the world that BarlowGirl isn't just for females by challenging guys to stand firm in their faith when the world offers plenty of bad stuff to dabble in. My other favorite rocker, "Million Voices" is an anthem for a generation. The closing ballad, "I Don't Regret," ranks up there with "Never Alone" and will likely be a fan favorite for years to come.
Bottom line here is that BarlowGirl has put out another 5-star winner with How Can We Be Silent. The sisters continue to amaze with their talent and their commitment to making a difference through their ministry.