# 46: Cadia - Radiate

Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe that these girls are on Fervent Records, the same record company as PureNRG. Anyway.

Cadia is like a cross between Aly & AJ and Jump5. They've got the Aly & AJ-like melodies and instrumentals(plus the fact that there's two of them..) but they've got the 'empowering'/CCM lyrics.

CCM is another genre I've got a soft spot for, because the melodies of the songs I hear are almost always brilliantly crafted. Cadia is no exception.

If I was to choose my favorite song on the album, it would be this one. It balances the CCM lyrics with a very mainstream melody and arrangement. Of course I'd love it!

Radiate starts out with just a piano and the two girls and then transitions into a pop/rock-y masterpiece and once the chorus hits, the whole song explodes.

Now I'm waiting for what these girls will do in 2009!

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