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Music / Robin Mark

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Robin Mark (born 1957) is a Northern Irish Christian singer, songwriter, worship leader, and recording artist based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Mark has written several songs sung throughout the world. He is best known for his songs "Days of Elijah", "Revival", "All for Jesus", "The Wonder of The Cross", "Not by Might" and many more. He has released thirteen albums in total (which include Revival In Belfast, Come Heal This Land, and Revival In Belfast II) with sales of over two million world wide and has won the GMA's international award.

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  • Album Title Drop: Come Heal This Land.
  • Epic Rocking: "Jesus, All For Jesus" on Revival In Belfast clocks in at 10 minutes.
  • Everything's Louder with Bagpipes: The intro to "Garments Of Praise" on Revival In Belfast feature Irish bagpipes.
  • Greatest Hits: Days Of Elijah: The Worship Songs Of Robin Mark.
  • To Hell and Back: "You're The Lion Of Judah" says of Jesus that He "descended to Hell, but was raised up to reign at His Father's side."
  • List Song: "Revival" has a list of various types of people waiting for a revival.
  • Live Album: Revival In Belfast, Come Heal This Land, and Revival In Belfast II are his best-known ones.
  • Second Coming: The theme of some of his songs which include "Days Of Elijah" and "You're The Lion Of Judah".
  • Title Track: Come Heal This Land.
  • Truck Driver's Gear Change: After the second verse and chorus of "Be Unto Your Name" is sung, the song changes pitch with the second and third repetition of the chorus and ends with a lengthy instrumental section. "Days Of Elijah" also undergoes this shift after the "There's no God like Jehovah" bridge section.

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