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Studio album by Joy Electric
Released April 20, 1999
Recorded The Electric Joy Toy Company, June 1998–January 1999
Genre Synthpop/Electropop
Length 39:44
Label BEC Recordings
Producer Ronnie Martin
Joy Electric chronology
Children of the Lord
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
The Phantom Tollbooth 4/5 stars [2]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars [3]
Exit Zine 5/5 stars [4]

Christiansongs (styled CHRISTIANsongs) is the fourth studio album by the electropop band Joy Electric. A music video was recorded for "Children of the Lord." In 2006, it was rereleased on iTunes, along with Robot Rock and Melody. This album remains to this day the most overtly spiritual Joy Electric release, as the title suggests. Tracks such as "The Magic Of" and "Singing in Gee" maintain the distinct fantasy theme from Joy Electric's previous two albums, whereas tracks such as "Children of the Lord" and the cover "Make My Life a Prayer" speak in very plain and certain terms of Martin's devotion to God.

Track listing[edit]

(all songs written by Ronnie Martin except where noted)

  1. "The Voice of the Young" – 2:49
  2. "Children of the Lord" – 3:21
  3. "Disco for a Ride" – 3:36
  4. "Lift Up Your Hearts" – 2:09
  5. "I Sing Electric" – 3:42
  6. "Make My Life a Prayer" (Melody Green) – 3:09
  7. "Singing in Gee" – 5:18
  8. "True Harmony" – 2:03
  9. "The Magic Of" – 5:04
  10. "Synthesized I Want You Synthesized" – 3:48
  11. "Birds Will Sing Forever" – 4:40

The pre-release promotional CD contained a slightly different track order, omitting "Make My Life A Prayer":

  1. "The Voice of the Young"
  2. "Lift Up Your Hearts"
  3. "Disco for a Ride"
  4. "Children of the Lord"
  5. "I Sing Electric"
  6. "Singing in Gee"
  7. "True Harmony"
  8. "The Magic Of"
  9. "Synthesized I Want You Synthesized"
  10. "Birds Will Sing Forever"

(The cover insert for the promo CD had the same layout as the final version, but used the photos that ended up on the back cover of the final CD booklet.)



  1. ^ Christiansongs at AllMusic
  2. ^ Farmer, Michael (April 23, 1999). "CHRISTIANsongs". The Phantom Tollbooth. 
  3. ^ Simmons, Allison (March 23, 2003). "Joy Electric, "CHRISTIANsongs" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. 
  4. ^ Branum, James Matthew. "Joy Electric, CHRISTIANsongs". Exit Zine. Archived from the original on May 13, 2001.