Make Some Noise (Krystal Meyers album)

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Make Some Noise
Make Some Noise Krystal album.png
Studio album by Krystal Meyers
Released September 9, 2008
Genre Rock, electro, pop, dance-pop
Length 36:25
Label Essential
Producer Doubledutch, Adam B Smith
Krystal Meyers chronology
Dying for a Heart
Make Some Noise
Singles from Make Some Noise
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
CCM Magazine [2]
Christianity Today 4/5 stars [3]
Cross Rhythms 9/10 stars [4]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars [5]

Make Some Noise is the third studio album by the American Christian artist Krystal Meyers. Make Some Noise marks a departure from the alternative/pop rock style of her two previous albums, in favor of a largely 80s-inspired dance-pop sound. The US release of the CD features ten new tracks, while the Japanese-exclusive edition features all ten, plus a bonus track. The album debuted at No. 20 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Make Some Noise"   3:13
2. "Love It Away"   3:40
3. "Shine"   3:33
4. "S.O.S" Krystal Meyers, Ian Eskelin 3:16
5. "Feels So Right" Krystal Meyers, Adam B Smith, Doubledutch 3:47
6. "My Freedom" Krystal Meyers, Phillip LaRue, Paul Moak 4:00
7. "Beautiful Tonight" Krystal Meyers, Adam B Smith 3:31
8. "Up to You" Krystal Meyers, Brian West 4:00
9. "You'll Never Know"   3:34
10. "In Your Hands"   3:51


  • The song "Make Some Noise" was never sent to radio for airplay, but was uploaded onto iTunes as a Digital Single, and modified clip from the song was used in NBC's Fall 2008 Lineup Promotional Videos.[6]

The video was released on September 5, 2008 and was available for download from iTunes.[7]

  • The lead single "Shine" peaked at No. 12 on the R&R Christian CHR Charts.[citation needed] It charted on the CHR Recurrents Chart at No. 9.[citation needed]
  • "My Freedom" was sent to AC Radio not long after the release of the album, but failed to chart on the R&R Christian AC Songs Chart.[citation needed]
  • "Beautiful Tonight" was sent to Rock Radio almost immediately after "My Freedom" and received minimal airplay. It peaked at No. 22 on R&R's Christian Rock Chart.[citation needed]
  • The final single, "Love It Away", was sent to CHR Radio in November and has peaked at No. 16.[citation needed]


"Make Some Noise" Remix was used by NBC in promoting its fall 2008 line-up.[8]